Imphal: Kamjong district deputy commissioner Rangnamei Rang Peter has appealed officers and employees to stay alert from any kind of cyber crimes, and and urged to report to the nearest police station or the SP Cyber Crime office if any doubtful incidents are faced.
The deputy commissioner made his appeal at the Cyber Jagrookta (awareness) Diwas was observed on Thursday at DC office, Kamjong.
This diwas is an initiative of the ministry of home affairs and is to be observed every month on first Wednesday in all schools, college, universities, Panchayat Raj Institutions (PRI) and municipalities by involving district magistrates, police authorities, education department officers etc.
The observation was also attended by ADC Ningeiram Leisan; additional superintendent of police Semmi Ramror, DLOs and staff of the DC office.
Rangnamei emphasized the importance of cyber awareness on issues related to cyber crimes and cyber hygiene to prevent cyber crimes, phising, online financial frauds, cyber impersonation, defamation cases etc. Observance of Cyber Jagrookta Diwas is such a step to create awareness in the society, which is now increasingly adopting digital mode of transactions, he added.
Ramror gave a detailed powerpoint presentation on various kinds of cyber crimes, the legal implications and the way to legally tackle such issues.