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CCTNS Hackathon & Cyber Challenge In Collaboration With Cyber Peace Foundation & National Crime Research Bureau

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CCTNS Hackathon &
Cyber Challenge (Police Edition)

The intersection between crime and technology is more apparent today than ever before. Digital technologies and the Internet have not only spurred cybercrimes but also made them much more sophisticated. It is therefore very important for law enforcement agencies to be agile, skilled in the use of new technology tools and adopt innovative methods to track, investigate and combat cybercrimes.

NCRB and Cyber Peace Foundation have designed CCTNS Hackathon & Cyber Challenge 2020, with the aim to enhance skills and deepen understanding of the police personnel at ground level to adopt smart strategies for effectively addressing the evolving threats. The Challenge invites participation of law enforcement personnel across all ranks and file, as well as cyber security experts (civilians) across India.

CCTNS Scheme had been conceptualized as a comprehensive and integrated system for enhancing the efficiency and effective policing at all levels and especially at the Police Station level in order to achieve the following key objectives:

Creating Centralized Databases

Creating State and Central levels databases on crime and criminals starting from FIRs.

Sharing Real-time Information

Enable easy sharing of real-time information/ intelligence across police stations, districts and States.

Prevention

Improved investigation and crime prevention.

Citizen Portals

Improved service delivery to the public/ stakeholders through Citizen Portals.

COMPETITION DETAILS

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PHASES OF THE COMPETITION

Round 1: Interested participants (non-police) will be asked to share their details and their rank holding profile e.g. ‘HackerOne’ profile, ‘Hackthebox’ profile or any other contribution towards information security management. It is also open to police personnels without any rank holding profile.

Grand Finale: After shortlisting by the Screening Committee, top 30 participating individuals will be invited to New Delhi for the final round of the competition and best 3 will be selected for awards.

#1 CCTNS Bug Hunting

Inviting innovative minds, secured coders across all segments of civilians and police personnel, to find vulnerabilities and logical flaws in the CCTNS application. Participating teams will be evaluated based on their findings, classified as high / medium / low on criticality.

Participants: Police personnel, cyber security enthusiasts/professionals, students from academic institutions and professionals from tech companies. The participation will be on individual basis.

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Requirements

1. We are looking for students, professionals who are working in the industry. Who has a knack for finding security vulnerabilities, thinking out of the box to hack into the systems etc.

2. If you are a security employee in any company or if you have proved yourself in the past by reporting such vulnerabilities to any organisations or you are a bug bounty hunter.

3. Selection will be based on previous work. So please share your achievements, blog posts, hall of fame etc with us.

4. 30 of those who are selected will get a confirmation mail from our side.

5. We will contact you in case we need any more details

#2 CCTNS Ideathon

An opportunity for police personnel to share ideas, suggestions and good practices to make Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems (CCTNS) more robust and popular.

Participants: Police personnel from States/UTs & CPOs

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PHASES OF THE COMPETITION

Round 1: Participants from all police rank and file to submit ideas, suggestions and good practices for improvements in CCTNS application. Each State/UTs to submit a maximum of two entries.

Grand Finale: The screening committee will select the top 10 entries for presentation in New Delhi. Each participant will be given 15 minutes (10 minutes and 5 minutes for Q/A) and the best 3 entries will be selected for awards by a special jury.

PHASES OF THE COMPETITION

Round 1: Participants across all police rank and file to share investigative aids, tools, videos, applications, strategies, case studies etc. developed by them to address and solve cyber-crimes effectively. Each State /UTs may send two entries.

Grand Finale: The screening committee will select the top 10 entries for presentation in New Delhi. Each participant will be given 15 minutes (10 minutes and 5 minutes for Q/A) and the best 3 entries will be selected for awards.

eRAKSHA AWARDS

Potential minds in the LEA who have devised and implemented innovative practices and solutions for smart and successful cybercrime investigation. Participants may share investigative aids, tools, videos, applications, case studies and proof of concept developed by them to address and solve cyber-crimes effectively.

Participant: Police personnel from States/UTs & CPOs.

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Awards & Schedule

CCTNS Hackathon & Cyber Challenge offers a unique experience to the participants, who will get an opportunity to advance their skills, knowledge and build networks for further growth.

A total of 9 awards are being given across all the three tracks (3 awards in each track). All the winners will receive Trophies, Certificates and industry sponsored kits. The shortlisted candidates will get appreciation certificates. The winners will also get an opportunity to network with senior Police Officers and Cyber Security Experts. The profile of the winners along with their project details will be compiled in a compendium.

29 Jan 2020

Announcement Of Competition

20 Feb 2020

Submission of Entry Ends

24 & 25 Feb 2020

Screening by Selection Committee

2nd and 3rd March 2020

Jury Meet of Track II & III

6 & 7 Mar 2020

Bug Bounty at NCRB

7 Mar 2020

Declaration of Winners

13 Mar 2020

Award Ceremony

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Schedule

29 Jan 2020- Announcement
20 Feb 2020- Submission Ends
24 & 25 Feb 2020- Screening
Jury meeting for Track 2 and 3 : 2nd and 3rd March 2020
6 & 7 Mar 2020- Bug Bounty at NCRB
7 Mar 2020- Declaration of Winners
13 Mar 2020- Award Ceremony

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