FJA Trained Judges against Cyber crimes
"All I know is that I know nothing,” DG, Human Rights Cell, SCP quotes Socrates to sensitize judges for learning and relearning
Islamabad: Director General, Human Rights Cell, Supreme Court of Pakistan, Mr. Khalid Teepu Rana on Tuesday highlighted the importance of tackling cybercrimes as a scourge of a transnational nature that “poses a multitude number of challenges for the world today.”
Addressing the Additional District and Sessions Judges from all over Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir in the certificate awarding ceremony at the conclusion of a two-day training workshop on “Cybercrimes and Digital Forensic” Director General, Human Rights Cell, Supreme Court of Pakistan, stated that, “ Judiciary is facing criminal methods with unexpected characteristics, that bring in new problems, and we must have to prepare and update ourselves to overcome the surging challenges of cybercrimes.”
Citing a saying of the Greek philosopher Socrates who once said, "All I know is that I know nothing,” DG, Human Rights Cell, sensitized the participants about the importance of learning and training.
Speaking on the occasion, Director General, Federal Judicial Academy, Mr. Hayat Ali Shah said that the aim of this workshop training was to provide participants with the skills and knowledge needed for combating cybercrimes.
This two-day workshop provided training to judges with respect to, among others, “Perspectives on Cyber Crimes and Cyber Criminals”, “Introduction to Digital Forensic”, “Global overview of Existing Legislation on Cyber Crimes”, “Exploration of Cyber Space (Case Study), the handling of electronic evidence, and international cooperation in the fight against cybercrime.
At the end, the chief guest awarded certificates to the Additional District and Sessions Judges from all over Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir in the ceremony held at the Federal Judicial Academy.