'iCafe Manager' to be installed in 70 Noida cyber cafes
PTI | January 2, 2013
To ensure cyber security in the city, Noida police on Sunday directed 70 cyber cafe owners to install a new software that will secure their computers from being misused.
Noida police in association with Ideacts Innovations launched a new software 'iCafe Manager' to be installed in computers to check cyber crimes.
"Cyber cafes in Noida can avail this software free of cost and improve the user experience along with assisting in national security by securing their cafes," Deputy Superintendent of Police (Crime) Triveni Singh said.
"The objective is to ensure cyber security and management in Noida city. It is our attempt to contain cyber crime as cyber cafes are the common targets for misuse and need to be well regulated," said Singh.
The software helps in all aspects of management like accounting, terminal management and user data storage providing a convenient environment for users, he said.
"Digital photo capture, name, address and photo ID archive data can be easily searched without any problem of storage," Singh added.
'iCafe Manager' software is in compliance with the new Information Technology Act (Guidelines for Cyber Cafe) Rules, 2011 under the IT ACT, the DSP said.
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