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In an increasingly digital world, the prevalence of cyber crime poses a significant threat to individuals and organisations alike. It is important to not only stay updated on the new tricks that scamsters use for phishing, identity theft and online scams, but also to understand who to approach for redressal and what kind of assistance can be expected from them.
 
Join us as Mr Balkrishna Wagh, retired assistant police commissioner (ACP), shares practical tips and advice on how individuals can protect themselves from becoming victims of cybercrime. He will also explain the role of police in investigating and combating cybercrime and how the cyber cell works to track down cybercriminals.
 
For ease of access, this webinar will be conducted in a mix of English & Hindi languages.
 
 
 
Registration Link:
https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUsf--upzovHdEjJHR7r7F2LsF1vAp_nvHt
 
 
Balkrishna Wagh, retired as ACP after serving over 33 years in Maharashtra Police. Between 2018 to 2020, he worked as a senior police inspector at Cyber Cell of Thane Police. During this time, he investigated several cases of cybercrime including a Rs53 lakh fraud at State Bank of India, Thane branch by arresting two criminals who used fraudulent debit cards. He has also investigated complaints received through Interpol and Homeland Security about child pornography, and also investigated cases of fake currency notes in India.
 
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