Mr.Kislay Chaudhary session at CDTS – “Investigation and Detection of Crime”
The Central Detective Training School (CDTS), Ghaziabad invited Mr. Kislay Chaudhary, Chairman Indian Cyber Army (ICA) to deliver lecture on “Advance Course on Investigation and Detection of Crime” w.e.f. 02.01.2017 to 14.03.2017
56 police officials attended this Cyber Security training program from the rank of Sub-inspectors to Superintendents to update their investigative aptitudes on cyber security. Among the aggregate police authorities 3 of them were Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), 5 of them were inspector and rest 48 of them were Sub Inspector (SI) from different states of the nation.
Mr. Kislay Chaudhary being Founder and Chairman of Indian Cyber Army, and an Investigation Adviser and Analyst to Cyber Crime Investigation Unit of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Bihar and Delhi Police. He is additionally the Visiting Faculty and Trainer to CBI Academy and CDTS, BPRD, Govt. of India.
He gives master direction in comprehending distinctive Cyber Crime Cases to Various State Police, Law firms, analyst offices and Legal Enforcement offices. He has built up India’s first National Level Private Cyber Crime Helpline under Indian Cyber Army at Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India for helping any victim of Cyber Crime either in banking sector, social media crimes, etc.
CDTS is as of now a ‘centre of excellence’ and will lead concentrated counter-terrorism based oppression and insurrection courses for police authorities. Central Detective Training School, Ghaziabad conducts courses to create “Special Investigators” in different fields of investigation to improve their investigative aptitudes in specific fields.
Mr.Kislay Chaudhary during cyber security training covered the following topics:
• Investigation and Tracking of Email with hands on – how to seek information from email service providers.
• Improving image of police using social media.
• Leveraging social media- Intelligence Gathering/ Cyber Patrolling on Popular Networking Sites.