Law Enforcement-Private Partnerships Curb the Dark WebManoj Abraham on New Techniques and Approaches to Combat Dark Web Security Threats
Modern and ever-evolving technologies have made crime easier to commit and harder to combat, and the dark web has become an ideal platform for planning dangerous crimes. Kerala police have reinvented their approaches and are relying on private partnerships to curb the menace on this new battleground.
Manoj Abraham, additional director general of Kerala police and head of cybersecurity, spoke to Information Security Media Group about how the dark web remains a big challenge for enterprise security and how criminals are using it to defeat businesses and security agencies.
Abraham also sheds light on how law enforcement is responding to these threats and how security practitioners are leveraging threat intelligence capabilities to navigate through the dark web.
In this video interview conducted at Information Security Media Group's Bengaluru Cybersecurity Summit, Abraham also discusses:
- The law enforcement investigation process and technical capabilities needed;
- Challenges posed by the dark web and cryptocurrencies for enterprise security;
- New techniques and approaches being used to combat security threats from the dark web.
Manoj, a cybersecurity specialist focused on integrating technology with policing, is the architect of Kerala police Cyberdome - a PPP initiative in cybersecurity and also the driving force behind the International Cyber Security Conference, India's first Drone Forensic Lab and Research Center, the highly successful Kerala Police Social Media Cell and the internationally acclaimed Center for Countering Online Crimes Against Children.