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Online Workshop on Cyber Security

28th June, 2022

Guests and Speakers: CDR Arunima Raja (Retd. Indian Navy), Training, and HRM Professional,
Prof. Dr. M. Chandra Shekhar, CEO, Maclead, Experience Information Security and Project Management Professional,
Yedhu Krishna Menon, Founder, Helping Brainz Third Party Risk Management and Cyber Security Professional

Internet has become an integral part of our daily life. It has transformed the way we communicate, make friends, share updates, play games, and shop. They are impacting most aspects of our day-to-day life. Education is one of the important sectors for dissemination of information on prevention of cyber-crimes and reiterated that students can act, as a force multiplier to create an ecosystem for cyber security and to prevent cyber-crimes. Cyberspace connects us virtually with crores of online users across the globe. With increasing use of cyberspace, cybercrimes especially against women and children such as cyber stalking, cyber bullying, cyber harassment, child pornography, rape content, etc. are also increasing rapidly. To stay safe in the online world, it is important to follow some cyber safe practices which may help in making our online experience and productive.


  • To prepare students with the technical knowledge and skills needed to protect and defend oneself, computer systems and networks.

  • To develop graduates that can plan, implement, and monitor cyber security mechanisms to help ensure the protection of information technology assets.

Mr Yedukrishna, Trainer, Founder of Helping Brainz was the speaker for the event. The audience were introduced to various terminologies like Cyber Bullying, hacking, fishing, cloning, data theft, digital frauds and grooming. The difference between ethical hacking and hacking was clarified to the audience and the consequences of Digital Personification were told.

Several case studies were shared with the audience, and they were further sensitized towards privacy and security of data. The students were made aware on all the possible ways of cybercrimes. They were educated on the steps to be taken to avoid/ minimize cybercrimes as also the steps to be followed in case they/ their acquaintances are the victims of cybercrimes.Text Box: Rev. DADA J P Vaswani’ s Teachings: Good for Today! Good for Tomorrow!!

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