Kriyavan : Cyber Forensics & Data Security Company In India


Cyber Forensic Consulting &
IT Security Solutions

Cyber Security Is OUR Shared RESPONSIBILITY

Our Tri-Fold core services

Cyber Forensic Consulting

We identify problems, evaluate security issues, assess risk, and implement solutions to defend against threats to companies networks and computer systems 

Cyber Security Training

A global leader in cybersecurity edification, Kriyavan offers a complete range of highly renowned cyber security training programs and certifications much needed for the IT professionals and organizations in India

Competitive Intelligence /
Cyber Attack Prevention

We gather, analyze, and use information collected on competitors, customers, and other market factors that contribute to a business’s competitive advantage

Our Mission

To illuminate Cyber Forensics in delivering pioneer cyber security services for a Safe, Secure and Resilient Cyber Ecosystem of global significance


frequently Asked questions

The Kinds Of Questions ‘We Should Be AWARE of’
When Cybercrime Is On The Rise

How to Identify/Report someone following me online ? (Cyber Stalking)

Cyber Stalking is the persistent use of the internet, e-mail, social networks, instant messaging or related digital devices to irritate, badger or threaten people. If a person monitors the use by a woman of the internet, email or any other form of electronic communication, he commits the offence of stalking.

  • (How to ?) File an F.I.R. in the local police station. In case of non-acceptance of your complaint, you can always refer the complaint to the commissioner or judicial magistrate of the city.

Phishing scamsIt will collect individual’s credentials like personal information,bank account details , passwords,card numbers through email, text messages or any links on websites.
Ransomware attackscyber criminals encrypt the victim’s data and demand payment in exchange for the decryption key.payment should be in form of cryptocurrency.
Identity theftCyber criminals steal user’s individual information such as names, addresses, and social security numbers to impersonate person’s or commit fraud. Identity theft can lead to financial loss and reputational damage to organisations and individuals
Dos attacksA DoS (Denial of Service) attack is a type of cyber attack that aims to disrupt the normal functioning of a website, server, or network by overwhelming it with traffic or requests. a DoS attack is carried out using a single device or network connection. A DoS attack is carried out using a single device or network connection
MalwareMalware, short for “malicious software,” is a type of cyber threat that is designed to harm or exploit computer systems or networks. Malware can take many different forms, including viruses, Trojans, worms, ransomware, and spyware, among others.
Malware can be used to steal sensitive data, gain unauthorized access to systems, disrupt computer operations, or carry out other malicious activities. Malware is often spread through phishing emails, malicious websites, or infected software downloads.

What are Cyber crime helpline numbers?

National cyber crime reporting portal1930
Child helpline1098
Women helpline181

How cyber security will emerge in future?

1.Greater focus on proactive threat hunting
2. Increased use of AI and machine learning:
3.Growing importance of supply chain security
4. Greater emphasis on privacy and data protection
5.Greater collaboration between government and private sector

what are the important Cyber laws?

1. The Information Technology amendment Act, 2008:An Act to provide legal recognition for the transactions carried our by means of electronic data interchange and other means of electronic communication, commonly referred to as “Electronic Commerce”, which involve the use of alternatives to paper based methods of communication and storage of information
2. The Information Technology Act, 2000:The act covers a wide range of cyber crimes, including hacking, phishing, cyber terrorism, and identity theft.
3. The Indian Penal Code, 1860The IPC covers crimes such as data theft, cyber stalking, and cyber harassment.

Where to Officially Report Cyber Crimes in India ?

The only official national reporting helpline is National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal (Helpline Number -1930 (9.00 AM to 6 PM)) and raise a detailed complaint with evidences at This portal is an initiative of Government of India to facilitate victims/complainants to report cyber crime complaints online.

This is how we work : Because we know our success is based on the talent, ambition and expertise of our people.

loved by our clients

We think our job is to take responsibility for the complete user experience.

“Good customer service costs less than a vice versa customer service.” 

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