• From strengthening the National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal (NCRP), closely monitoring when dormant accounts become operational, to taking stock of the illegal loan app fiasco, the meeting will cover a wide range of issues facing India’s financial ecosystem currently. The meeting will be chaired by the Financial Services Secretary.
  • Among those invited are the RBI Governor’s nominee; TRAI Chairperson; Secretary in Department of Economic Affairs (DEA); Revenue Secretary; Telecom Secretary; IT Secretary; the Chairman of Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI); and the CEO of National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), among others. Apart from chief executives of all banks, representatives from Google Pay and Razorpay are also invited to join.
  • During the meeting the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C), under the Home Ministry, will make a presentation on the latest statistics of digital payment frauds as reported in the NCRP, including challenges and issues faced in countering such issues.
  • Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C) is an initiative of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India to deal with cyber crime in the country in a coordinated and comprehensive manner.
  • I4C focuses on tackling all the issues related to Cybercrime for the citizens, which includes improving coordination between various Law Enforcement Agencies and the stakeholders, driving change in India’s overall capability to tackle Cybercrime and to improve citizen satisfaction levels.
  • Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre scheme was approved on 05th October 2018. Since its roll out, it has worked towards enhancing the nation’s collective capability to tackle cybercrimes and develop effective coordination among the Law Enforcement Agencies. The I4C was dedicated to the Nation on 10th January 2020 by Hon’ble Home Minister.
  • National Cybercrime Threat Analytics Unit (NCTAU) is a platform for Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), persons from private sector, academia and research Organizations to work collaboratively in order to analyze all pieces of information relating to Cybercrime. This unit collects Cybercrime feeds from open sources, National Cybercrime Reporting Portal, CERT-In, and other agencies working in this field, analyzes it and further disseminates it to the concerned agencies for taking further appropriate action.

Major initiatives

  • Cyber volunteer framework
  • Citizen Financial cyber frauds reporting and Management system
  • Open source information system

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