Pakistan trained 12,458 individuals to control cyber crimes

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has arranged training of 12,458 individuals from all walks of life to serve purpose of controlling cyber crimes during last four years.

National Response Centre for Cyber Crimes (NR3C) arranged these trainings on digital forensic comprehension for interpreting forensic reports, evidence extraction methods and laws application to judicial community.

Official sources on Wednesday said concerned Wing of FIA also registered 894 cases since January 2013, out of which 179 cases were so far decided.

During the said period, the Wing also arrested 689 accused persons who were allegedly involved in cases related to cybercrimes.

The sources while listing measures to control such crimes said technical facilitation has been extended through digital forensic analysis, cyber tracking, digital crime investigation to local Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) in cases such as murder, robbery, extortion and many more.

The other step was technical trainings on cyber crime, digital forensics, information security to LEAs including local police.

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