Leveraging New Technologies in Fraud Investigations
As breaches become more commonplace in India, law enforcement agencies are leveraging new technologies to assist in investigations. This edition of CyberEd APAC features an interview with Brijesh Singh, inspector general of police for cyber in Maharashtra, who outlines the challenges in investigating breaches and the new technologies that are playing an important role, including artificial intelligence and machine learning.
He stresses that organizations need to have "baseline controls" in place as well as a risk management framework to help prevent breaches. "You need to have an intelligence framework in association with law enforcement, wherein the dark web is trawled regularly for information which is relevant to you," he explains.
Also featured in this edition is an interview with Minatee Mishra, a security specialist at Philips, who tackles the topic of managing IoT device risks. She describes "four guiding principles" for managing IoT devices.
"One of the ways in which you can minimize the risk is isolate these systems or have a perimeter control which is strong enough to detect any intrusions coming in," she says.