The HDFC Bank today conducted a cyber crime training workshop for Patna police in order to update the skill sets of law enforcement authorities and enhance their ability to tackle economic offences in banks.
"With the help of real life examples and case studies, we endeavour to equip law enforcement authorities with appropriate skill sets to tackle economic offences in the banking space, said Zawed Nawaz, Regional Manager - Risk Intelligence & Control, HDFC Bank.
The training is a part of HDFC Bank's secure banking initiative, aimed at engaging with all its key stakeholders to improve security in banking across different channels to prevent cyber crime, a HDFC statement said.
Over 50 police officers attended the seminar in Patna including higher officials.
The programme covered various aspects of investigating economic offences in the banking space, such as how to identify and deal with skimming scams, vishing, phishing, data counterfeiting, identity theft, e-commerce trends, retail assets fraud, SIM duplication and email threats among others, the HDFC statement said.
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