Prof. Triveni Singh, The Cyber Singham, Reveals an Innovative Cybercrime Management Framework at the DSCI Event in Gurugram

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Prof. Triveni Singh

Prof. Triveni Singh, The Cyber Singham, Reveals an Innovative Cybercrime Management Framework at the DSCI Event in Gurugram

Gurugram:  At a DSCI event in Gurgaon today, IPS officer and renowned cyber security expert Prof. Triveni Singh introduced a comprehensive framework aimed at addressing the growing cybercrime menace, serving as a cautionary tale for the digital age. The individual’s pessimistic evaluation depicted a “rapidly expanding sector” where worldwide losses will surpass $6 trillion in 2021 exclusively, compelling urgent measures to remain proactive.

The “Emerging Cyber Crime Threats: Can We Stay Ahead?” keynote address by Prof. Singh revealed the dark web, the shadowy underbelly of the internet. He disclosed that this digital sanctuary for illicit behavior functions as a flourishing market for pilfered information, unauthorized cyber equipment, bank accounts, and SIM cards. The immediate availability of money laundering services and cyber weapons, he cautioned, fuels a criminal ecosystem worth trillions of dollars.

In order to address this adverse aspect of the digital realm, Professor Singh introduced his innovative Indicative Cybercrime Management Framework. This comprehensive strategy comprises all phases of the cybercrime lifecycle, commencing with proactive prevention and concluding with successful prosecution.

The framework places particular emphasis on:

  • Governance: Proficient administration by organizations such as CIS (MHA), Interpol, NCB, I4C, S4C, and District Cyber Police, supported by interconnected IT infrastructures including Cyber CCTNS-JMIS and JCCT.
  • Identification: Information collection and analysis, proactive enforcement, and intelligence gathering are essential for preventing hazards in their nascent stages.
  • Protection: CERT-In and NCIIPC are indispensable entities in ensuring the protection of essential infrastructure via Information Security Management Systems (ISMS).
  • Detection: Early warning requires threat intelligence, dark web surveillance, Security Operations Centers (SOCs), and NCRP/CCTNS complaints.
  • Response: For prompt damage control, digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) capabilities, in conjunction with CERT-In breach notification guidelines, are indispensable.
  • Recovery: Robust archival systems and electronic discovery guarantee business continuity amidst security breaches.
  • Investigation: Adhering to legal protocols regarding search and seizure, conducting thorough investigations employing specialized techniques, and meticulously preparing case files are critical components in the collection of evidence and appointing offenders to justice.
  • Prosecution: For punishment and deterrence to be effective, judicial awareness and a concentration on conviction rates, in addition to awareness training for prosecutors and judges, are indispensable.

The framework presented by Prof. Singh struck a chord with the audience, which included industry leaders, law enforcement officials, and cyber security professionals.

The Indicative Cybercrime Management Framework, developed by Prof. Triveni Singh, provides an invaluable road map and comprehensive blueprint for safeguarding against the escalating threat of cybercrime and navigating the perilous digital environment.

About The Author:

Yogesh Naager is a content marketer who specializes in the cybersecurity and B2B space.  Besides writing for the News4Hackers blog, he’s also written for brands including CollegeDunia, Utsav Fashion, and NASSCOM.  Naager entered the field of content in an unusual way.  He began his career as an insurance sales executive, where he developed an interest in simplifying difficult concepts.  He also combines this interest with a love of narrative, which makes him a good writer in the cybersecurity field.  In the bottom line, he frequently writes for Craw Security.

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