We are pioneers and leaders in providing training to officers in the Judiciary and Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA) across all states in India. Our training programs are developed to impart the necessary skill and knowledge of the IT Act and associated Cyber Laws, Intellectual Property Laws and their application to cases.

With the development of technology and enhanced communication modes, the crime scene and scenarios are dynamic in their evolution. Keeping pace with the march of technology, criminals are increasingly using sophisticated and complex methods in perpetrating their attacks. This is the biggest challenge for the Judiciary and LEA – keeping abreast with the exponential velocity of technology change.

AutoBot helps senior and junior officers to address the challenge of technology crimes, and to get visibility on future crimes, and be prepared for such new challenges.

Our programs are designed with supporting visual aids, case studies and investigation / attack scenarios. The design is highly interactive and seeks to enable the participants gain necessary skills through participation in group, or individual, exercises.

As technology has permeated the business scene, all banks and organizations are offering e-commerce services, and this has made online banking and payment transactions a normal mode. While technology has improved the quality of life and administration through ease / speed of transactions, and empowerment it has brought with it, the need for training and awareness at all levels.

Recognizing this need, our training program includes modules where giveaways and learning is imparted to the participants on their responsibility towards the common citizen users, as well.

An aware public means lower number of crimes perpetrated through online frauds, defamation, theft, pornography, phishing, etc. and our LEA trainings are designed for 360 degree coverage.

 

Investigation techniques address the manner in which cybercriminals remain anonymous, techniqes used, their modes of communication, attack, tools used and marketplaces. It is our intent to familiarize the judiciary and LEA with the dual use of technology, the black markets and the black activities, to help them become familiar with tactics, techniques as well as the applicability of the law.

Over the past year, partnering with like-minded individuals and organizations, we have imparted training to over 60,000 officers across the nation. Our services are available in India or any other friendly country.

About the Training Program:

The objective is to create an aware and knlwdgeable officer of the law who will have the skill to identify, respond, investigate, or adjudicate cyber crimes effectively and knowledgably. He/she will have awareness and in-depth knowledge about dual use of technology, cybercrimes and cyber law covering IT Act, Cyber Laws, Intellectual Property Laws, Data Protection and Privacy along with international laws and protocols.

 

The typical course is as follows:

  • Introduction to the cyber world and cyber law.
  • Various types of cybercrimes – cases and judgments (India and overseas).
  • Understand the issues and challenges of ecommerce, and online banking / payments.
  • Understand the IT Act 2000 (amendment 2008).
  • Understand challenges of IPR, Privacy, in the cyber space and the development of the law in this regard.
  • Explain the regulation and protocols of the cyberspace /cyber crimes at national and international level.
  • User behavior and control.

 

Many programs are designed and developed based on a needs and current status assessment with the concerned department.

 

Training Procedure:

We offer new teaching methodologies, specially designed course materials, evaluations tools, custom-made means of delivery and greater accessibility. Trainings will be in the virtual environment on our website. The team of tutors will be available to guide the participants. It is an interactive, instructor driven course where the tutors and participants can participate.

 

Depending on the program, we provide participants with access to our digital library and our publications (e.g. Cybercrime Investigation Manual)

The following course outline indicates the sort of coverage you can expect in some of our regular program modules:

  1. Introduction to the Cyber World and Cyber Law
    • Cyber World: An Overview
      • The Internet and Online Resources
      • Security of Information
      • Digital Signature
    • An Overview of Cyber Law
      • Introduction about the Cyber Space
      • Introducing Cyber Law
      • Scope of Cyber Laws
      • Cyber Law in India (IT Act 2000 + Amendment 2008)
  1. Regulatory Framework
    • Cyber Law in India
      • IT Act, 2000 – Digital Signature, E-Governance, Certifying Authorities Regulations, Penalties and Adjudications, Offences under the Act, etc.
  1. Cyber Crimes
    • Introduction and Classification of cybercrimes and computer crimes
      • Cybercrime and concepts
      • Distinction between cybercrimes and conventional crimes
      • Reasons for commission of cybercrimes
      • Cyber Forensics
      • Cyber Criminals and their objectives
      • Various kinds of cybercrimes
    • Regulation of Cybercrimes
      • Investigation Issues
      • Jurisdiction Issues
      • Evidence Issues
      • Relevant provisions under Information Technology Act, 200, Indian Penal Code, Pornography Act and Evidence Act etc.
  1. Forensics
    • Forensic tools and techniques
    • Evidence collection and management
    • Report writing
    • Evidence presentation
  2. E-Commerce
    • Online business
      • Definition of e-commerce
      • Types of e-commerce
      • Important issues related to global e-commerce
    • IPR Issues
      • Overview of IPR
      • Issues of Copyright in Cyberspace
      • Issues of Trademark in Cyberspace
      • Software Compliance and IPR Issues

Please contact us and let us know about your interest and requirement – our representative will revert asap.