Call to set up cyber tribunal in B'lore

Director General of Police  S T Ramesh at the Cyber Security Summit-2011. DH photo

Addressing the gathering S Prabhu, Principal Accountant General (Accounts and Entitlements) said Bangalore is the only place where the CAT should come up.

“Which could be the better place for a CAT bench than Bangalore in South India? We have to work on setting up the CAT in Bangalore to save time, money and energy of people of South India who are compelled to travel to New Delhi for the hearing of the cases," said Prabhu.

He said people must outreach computer wizards to create a strong cyber security net. There is a need for building trust and adequate infrastructure for the young entrepreneurs who could do better in the field of cyber security.

Speaking on the occasion the Director General of Police S T Ramesh said cyber crime is a borderless crime and catching the culprits is a tough job. The only way to deal with hi-tech crime is to build a strong security ring in the cyber space.

He added that the police department has a cyber lab which came up with the help of National Association of Software and Service Companies.

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