We collect no personal information, like names or addresses or contact number, when you visit our website. If you choose to provide that information to us, it is only used to fulfil your request for information.
We do collect some technical information when you visit to make your visit seamless. The section below explains how we handle and collect technical information when you visit our website.
Information collected and stored automatically:
When you browse, read pages, or download information on this website, we automatically gather and store certain technical information about your visit. This information never identifies who you are.
The information we collect and store about your visit is listed below:
The Internet domain of your service provider (e.g. ceir.gov.in) and IP address (an IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer whenever you are surfing the web) from which you access our website. The type of browser (such as Firefox, Netscape, or Internet Explorer) and operating system (Windows, Linux) used to access our site.The date and time you accessed our site. The pages/URLs you have visited and If you reached this website from another website, the address of that referring website.
This information is only used to help us make the site more useful for you. With this data, we learn about the number of visitors to our site and the types of technology our visitors use. We never track or record information about individuals and their visits.
When you visit some websites, they may download small pieces of software known as cookies on your computer/browsing device. Some cookies collect personal information to recognise your computer in the future. We only use non-persistent cookies or “per- session cookies”.
Per-session cookies serve technical purposes, like providing seamless navigation through this website. These cookies do not collect personal information of users and they are deleted as soon as you leave our website. The cookies do not permanently record data and they are not stored on your computer’s hard drive. The cookies are stored in memory and are only available during an active browser session. Again, once you close your browser, the cookie disappears.
If you send us personal information:
We do not collect personal information for any purpose other than to respond to you (for example, to respond to your questions or provide subscriptions you have chosen). If you choose to provide us with personal information— like filling out a Contact Us form, with an e-mail address or postal address, and submitting it to us through the website, we use that information to respond to your message, and to help you get the information you’ve requested. We only share the information you give us with another Government agency if your question relates to that agency, or as otherwise required by law.
Our website never collects information or creates individual profiles for commercial marketing. While you must provide an e-mail address for a localised response to any incoming questions or comments to us, we recommend that you do NOT include any other personal information.
For site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all users, the Government computer system employs commercial software programs to monitor network traffic to identify unauthorised attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage.
Except for authorised law enforcement agencies, no other attempts are made to identify individual users or their usage habits. Raw data logs are used for no other purposes and are scheduled for regular overwriting.
Unauthorised attempts to upload information or change information on this service are strictly prohibited and may be punishable under the Indian IT Act.
Delhi Police(INDIA) maintains SSL(Secured Socket Layer) on web pages to eliminate scope of phishing activities.
All the dynamic modules (database driven) are regularly audited by CERT-In(Computer Emergency Response Team of India) empanelled auditors after every change in the applications.
Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing(VAPT):
Penetration Testing is a simulated hacker-style attack on an application aimed at gauging the gravity of the existing vulnerabilities. This is to say, Penetration Testing focuses more on how each of these vulnerabilities could be exploited as opposed to Vulnerability Assessment, which merely identifies and lists all existing vulnerabilities in your website.
In view of above, Delhi Police conduct VAPT from the expert in the industry on the database driven applications in regular interval with the change in software, OS & DB.
Material on this site is subject to copyright protection unless otherwise indicated. The material in form of file or printable matter may be downloaded without requiring specific prior permission. Any other proposed use of the material is subject to the approval from Delhi Police, Delhi (INDIA).
Application for obtaining permission should be made to the Commissioner of Police, Delhi, INDIA.