Mangaluru: NABARD holds session on ‘Cyber Crime and Internet Safety’

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Mangaluru, Jan 26: On January 10, NABARD hosted a substantial and all-encompassing session dedicated to ‘Cyber Crime and Internet Safety’, tailoring the event specifically for bank employees. The session emerged as a significant and influential gathering, drawing active participation from over 29+ individuals. Attendees were provided with a unique and invaluable opportunity to delve deep into the intricate landscape of cybercrimes, receiving systematic education on effective methods to fortify their defences against evolving digital threats.

The event commenced with warm greetings, setting the stage for an in-depth exploration of cybercrime. The focus was particularly on social engineering tactics such as phishing, smishing, and vishing. Attendees were treated to live demonstrations and real-world scenarios, offering invaluable insights into the strategies employed by hackers to acquire sensitive information. This interactive approach left a lasting impression on the participants, significantly enhancing their understanding of the potential risks associated with cybercrime.

Distinguished speakers brought an additional layer of expertise to the session. Robinson Vincent Dsouza, the esteemed founder and director of CyberSapiens, and Abdul Rameez, a seasoned Cyber Security analyst from CyberSapiens, shared their extensive knowledge and insights. Their presentations equipped the participants with essential skills, empowering them to navigate the ever-evolving digital landscape securely.

The occasion served as a pivotal platform for fostering awareness and understanding of the critical nuances surrounding cybersecurity. The collaborative efforts of the speakers and engaged participants significantly contributed to creating a more informed and vigilant community in the realm of cyber safety.





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