Udaipur, cybercrime training was conducted from February 21 to 22 in all Udaipur district offices under Inspector General of Police Satyaveer Singh and District Superintendent of Police Dr. Rajeev Pachar under the Cyber Crime Free Rajasthan Campaign. Expert and Founder of Rakshasutra Foundation, Manas Trivedi, gave detailed information on reducing cybercrime in this workshop. He explained ways to protect against cybercrimes through fake I.D. prevention, bank fraud call protection, OTP not sharing, etc.
He said that in order to bring awareness about cybercrimes by Additional Director General of Police, Technical Services Rajasthan Jaipur, various workshops related to awareness of cybercrimes are being organized by Rakshasutra Foundation Jaipur under Mission Rakshasutra.
Correct use of the Internet will reduce crime:
Manas says that currently, blackmail by creating a fake account on Facebook or trying to gain people's sympathy, freeing the entire account by becoming friends on social media, taking money out of the account by sharing OTP, such crimes such The number of criminals is constantly increasing. In such a situation, it has become essential that we use the Internet properly, differentiate the real fake, and register our presence on social media.
Manas said that the only way to avoid cybercrime is vigilance or awareness. During this lockdown, there has been an increase of 300% cybercrime. Under this, there has been increased Paytm fraud, e-commerce fraud, seam swapping, and card cloning in financial fraud. Cases of cyberbullying, molestation, identity theft have increased against the same woman and children. Excessive sharing of information will result in losses. It is not right to share more information on Facebook, trust any phone calls and incoming messages, and not be tempted.