Author: Ravindra Kishore Sinha
Price: 395 Rs.
We all grew up reading of bank heists by masked bandits, whom solitary security guards with cartridge belts were supposed to counter. Two developments have changed the scene. Computerisation of banking, in the first place, has spawned a whole new range of crimes, from ATM breakins to online pishing. Secondly, the growth of cash-intransit banking business has put 5,000-plus, currency carrying banks on the road round the clock. These are exposed to raids from extremists as well as upcoming criminals looking for new avenues. This compilation of papers by banking security experts alerts common account-holders as well as administrators to the new threats and challenges and suggests methods of ensuring greater safety for our savings.
An internationally acclaimed trainer in the field of Security and Loss Prevention Management and Investigation, Ravindra Kishore Sinha founded the Security and Intelligence Services (India) Limited, popularly known as SIS, in 1974. A graduate of Political Science and Law, Sinha started his career as a journalist specializing in crime and political reporting. He is recognized as one of the most successful investigative journalist of his time. He also covered India-Pakistan war of 1971 in the Khulna-Khustia-Isardih sector. Having witnessed the student movement of Bihar, led by Loknayak Jai Prakash Narayan (1974-1975), he wrote a well-researched book titled Janandolan.