Triveni Singh, a 2011 batch state cadre IPS officer who is known as the ‘cybercop’, held the position of superintendent of police (SP) cybercrime since August 2020, retired from his services.
He retired at least two years before his scheduled superannuation in November 2025. Initially appointed as a provincial police services (PPS) officer in 1994, he was promoted to IPS in August 2018.
He spent over two years as the district police chief of Azamgarh before being transferred to the role of SP cybercrime.
Despite his retirement, Triveni Singh expressed his commitment to working in the field of cybersecurity.
Triveni Singh now joins PWC India, as a part of their Cyber crime and Incident response team.
Triveni Singh has immense experiences of nabbing criminals and busting gangs in two of his books co-authored with Amit Dubey, a cyber-security expert and crime investigator – Hidden Files: Tales of Cyber Crime Investigation and Hidden Files – Unlock and also has been honored with several distinctions, including President Medal for Gallantry by The President of India and Certificate of Honour by Director, CBI.
He was also conferred with the India Cyber Cop of the year award, 2012 by DSCI-NASSCOM.