Judges join two days Training workshop on Cybercrimes and Digital Forensic
Cybercrimes posing serious challenge for today's society and judiciary: Director General, Federal Judicial Academy
Islamabad: The Additional District and Sessions Judges from all over Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir have begun undergoing a two-day training workshop on “Cybercrimes and Digital Forensic” to equip them with knowledge on different forms of cybercrimes and Digital Forensic.
Addressing the workshop participants, Director General, Federal Judicial Academy, Mr. Hayat Ali Shah stated that, “One of the greatest challenges before the society and our institution of judiciary today is Cybercrimes. With cybercrimes wreaking an irreparable loss to the life, limb and self-respect of the people, the Academy thought to design and conduct such a course which becomes highly useful and helpful for judges, to cope with the online crimes and criminals.”
“This workshop aims to prepare judges, with relevant knowledge to fulfil their roles effectively to keep up with the ever increasing challenges posed by the rise of crimes committed by, through, or with the use of computer systems,”
The workshop would play a role in ensuring that the Additional District and Sessions Judges from all over Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir are imparted the necessary skills and knowledge required to “effectively adjudicate over cybercrime cases in their courtrooms”.
The topics to be covered in the training workshop include: “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), etc.