A high-end cyber crime lab, which will have all the facilities to detect various types of cyber crimes and will also have components of cyber forensic, will come up in the city soon, Director General of Police N. Sambasiva Rao said here on Monday.
The DGP was here to inaugurate a seven-day workshop on cyber security and ethical hacking, being organised by the Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering, Andhra University College of Engineering.
Speaking to media persons after the inaugural programme, the DGP said post demonetisation the entire country was moving towards cash-less transactions and this will increase the use of e-machines and online transactions.
“This will increase the scope of cyber crime and we have to gear up for that,” he said.
According to him, the lab will be attached to the Cyber Crime Police Station and the government is willing to earmark Rs. 20 crore to 30 crore for