Punjab News Express/ S.K.Vyas
JALANDHAR: Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal today inaugurated country’s first Digital Investigation, Training and Analysis Centre (DIATC) at Gurugram. The Centre would enhance technological capabilities of the police in solving cyber crime cases
This was disclosed by DITAC, Director General of Police, Dr. K.P. Singh on Thursday.He said the Centre, which is first of its kind, has been set up in collaboration with National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO) of Government of India.
The Centre has State-of-the-art Cyber Forensic Laboratory equipped with high-end tools and also have high-tech training facility at the premises of Haryana Police for advance level training of police officers not only of Haryana Police, but also from other state police forces. Apart from this, the Centre has Social Media Monitoring Lab for enhancing technological capabilities of Haryana Police.
Dr. Singh said the DITAC is equipped with highly sophisticated tools and software for enhancing technological capabilities of social media monitoring and investigation skills. He said that social media laboratory at this centre would keep tab on sensitive and provocative content on social sites to check any negative fallout on law and order and crime. Apart from this, this Centre would also be useful in application of investigation and analysis techniques to gather and preserve evidence from a particular computing device or mobile phones. Technical experts of NTRO would also extend their support in providing training and smooth functioning of the lab, he added.