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SecureIT 2014 - Data Security Protecting Businesses and National Assets - S N Pradhan, Additional Director General, Criminal Investigation Department, Jharkhand
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SecureIT 2014 - Data Security Protecting Businesses and National Assets - S N Pradhan, Additional Director General, Criminal Investigation Department, Jharkhand

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  • 1. DATA SECURITY IN POLICE SECURITY OF CRITICAL POLICE DATA THAT HAS CITIZEN IMPLICATIONS
  • 2. We have a faith based approach to [data] security in that we pray every night that nothing will happen ! James Lewis, Centre for Strategic and International Studies
  • 3. BREACH OF POLICE DATA • Data breach at Greater Manchester Police • ICO Investigation-Substantial fine levied • Theft of a memory stick-No password protection or encryption • Contained details of more than a thousand people with links to serious crime investigations. • David Smith, ICO Director of Data Protection, said: “This was truly sensitive personal data, left in the hands of a burglar by poor data security. The consequences of this type of breach really do send a shiver down the spine... should have been obvious to the force that the type of information stored on its computers meant proper data security was needed…
  • 4. DATA WITH POLICE (DwP) - surging tide • OWN HRMS • MIS ON ASSETS • DATAPOOL OF MONITORING/SURVEILLANCE/SENSORS • CCTNS – • CRIME & CRIMINALS ( ORDINARY CRIME/OC/NAXALS/TERRORISTS/ECONOMIC CRIMES ET AL) • ACCUSED • COMPLAINANT • SUSPECTS • WITNESSES • SHARED DATA ACROSS STATES AND POLICE INSTITUTIONS • CROSS PLATFORM DATA –  VIGILANCE  PASSPORT  RTO  INCIDENTAL REFERENCES – MNREGA/PDS ETC. DwP WILL MULTIPLY IN FUTURE. NEEDS TO BE PROTECTED .
  • 5. WAY FORWARD •Data protection - ACT/PROTOCOLS/RULES? •Data related awareness/sensibility •Built in security into databases •Encryption across devices •Detailed audit trails •Training •Private cloud ?
  • 6. REQUIRED •Guidelines for the creation, transmission, and storage of criminal justice information and all DATA with POLICE (DwP) •Example : The CJIS Security Policy sets minimum standards that individual jurisdictions may exceed at their discretion.
  • 7. Thanks