India’S First Ever Crime Criminal Tracking Network System Lunched by Maharashtra [ Current News (Concise) ]
India’s first ever comprehensive ‘Crime Criminal Tracking Network System’ (CCTNS) has been launched by Maharashtra Government through the operationalization of 42 cyber laboratories across the Maharashtra to fight agents increasing cybercrimes.
- With this Maharashtra become first state of India to do so.
- Pune based Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) has developed this CCTNS.
How it work?
- All police stations in the state will be linked with one another and share information about crimes of their respective authorities.
- It provides way for a digital police force in Maharashtra.
- All the services of the cyber labs will be connected using secure high-speed fibre optic cable network.
- It will be only accessible to address cyber security concerns of private organizations and banks among others.
- In this regard the state government will form a special cyber police force of about 1,000 well trained policemen so they can handle the growing incidents of cybercrimes.
- The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing is a research and development organization which is work under the Department of Electronics and Information Technology, Govt of India.
- Since 2003 National Centre for Software Technology (NCST), ER&DCI and CEDTI were merged into CDAC.
- Published on: August 22, 2016