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Cops Draft Tips For Banks On Ways To Check Cybercrime | Jaipur News | #cybercrime | #computerhacker

Jaipur: Rajasthan police is drafting a list of suggestions for banks, like use of artificial intelligence (AI) to detect suspicious accounts, to counter the menace of cybercrime.
A senior police officer said cops and senior bank officials held a meeting last week about how to face the challenge posed by mushrooming cybercrime syndicates. “We are readying a draft that provides important suggestions about countering cybercrime. We will list our concerns and point out suggestions that could help us battle cybercrime,” said an officer.
The officer added that the use of AI will be advised to detect dubious accounts where large sums of money are frequently deposited and withdrawn.
“Banks have not been able to flag suspicious accounts wherein large amounts of money flow through every day. But there are AI tools which immediately point out which particular account is being used for illegal activities,” said the officer.
Another suggestion is to set up ATMs carefully in sensitive areas where cybercrimes are rampant.
These measures come after Rajasthan police unearthed multiple bank account frauds in the past few days. On Tuesday, the crime branch arrested a 30-year-old man in Jaipur for allegedly opening over 100 fake bank accounts.
“The accused would dupe educated unemployed youths by promising to get them jobs in companies. The accused would ask youths to submit their Aadhaar cards and other documents. These details were then used to open bank accounts and get SIM cards,” the officer said.
The city police on Sunday arrested five members of a gang who took personal loans worth crores of rupees from various banks using fake documents. The officer said that the draft will suggest that OTPs be sent only on Aadhaar-linked mobile numbers.


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