`Rajasthan lacks facilities to deal with cyber crime`
Jaipur: Rajasthan police today expressed concern over the lack of important infrastructure in the state to counter cyber crime.
Speaking at a two-day training programme on information technology, the ADGP (Crime) Ajit Singh said Rajasthan lacked important facilities, infrastructure and equipment to contain cyber crime.
Consumer awareness in information technology was a must to control rising incidence of the crime, he said, and cautioned against disclosing personal information while working on net-banking, lottery, and called for the immediate upgrade of cyber crime units in the state capital and districts.
DGP, ACB, Manoj Bhatt and ADG (Police Academy) B L Soni also spoke on the occasion and stressed on various factors to curb cyber crime.
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