NEW DELHI: As Jamtara in Jharkhand and Rohtak in Haryana emerge as hubs of cyber and phone frauds, with the countrywide case averaging at 10,000-12,000 a month, the Union home ministry has taken the lead in ensuring crackdown by state police against cyber crooks . A dedicated team of Jharkhand police is keeping an eye on phone fraudsters and taking action where needed. The need to have a Banking Payments Settelment law to fix responsibility and a possible time-lag between payment and realisation was also discusssed. A internet protocol upgrade to IP6 was suggested to ensure more secure e-payments. "They have been asked to develop filters to identify and segregate account numbers and holders of accounts who have been victims of e-payments fraud," said the officer.
Source: Times of India November 14, 2017 10:52 UTC