On Saturday night, a high-level meeting was conducted in the conference room of Lok Seva Bhawan to discuss expanding the cyber awareness campaign throughout the state. Pradeep Kumar Jena, the chief secretary, presided over the meeting. Director General of Police (DGP) Sunil Kumar Bansal, ADG, Crime Arun Bothra, Principal Secretaries, Commissioners-cum-Secretaries of various departments, Collectors of all districts, SPs, and senior officers of the Home Department were present at the meeting. Deo Ranjan Kumar Singh, the Additional Chief Secretary for the Home Department.
With the aid of the district administration and the district police, the Chief Secretary provided the required guidelines and recommendations for the program’s successful implementation in each district. Jena instructed the Collectors to create an immediate road plan for the program’s success. According to him, it is crucial to raise public awareness of cybercrime since it is a serious problem. Throughout the campaign, he placed a strong emphasis on daily mobile text messages spreading cyber awareness.
Additional According to DK Singh, the chief secretary of the home department, a lack of cyber knowledge has led to a rise in financial scams targeting older persons, women, and regular people, as well as damage to life and property. From September 30 to October 15, the ADG for Crime Bothra gave a presentation on the substantial measures taken to improve cyberawareness. The show will debut on September 30 from Bhubaneswar, as per the arrangement. Starting on October 2, the Cyber Awareness Rath will be introduced at each district headquarters.
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