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NLSIU starts new forensic 'cyber lab' with 30 computers (for its PGs)

NLSIU Bangalore has started a "cyber lab", in part funded by the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DEITY), and the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, which has 30 computers with "basic cyber forensic tools" to teach government officials to prosecute, police and adjudicate cyber crimes, reported The Hindu]. The report did not specify whether the lab would be accessible to students other than those on the school's new-ish postgraduate diploma in cyber forensics and cyber law, by which it is run.

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