What is Cyber Jaagrookta Diwas?
The Ministry of Home Affairs is implementing a scheme called the ”Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C)” to deal with cyber crimes in a coordinated and comprehensive manner. In order to create awareness amongst students of schools & colleges, teachers and parents it is proposed to observe “Cyber Jaagrookta (Awareness) Diwas'' on the first wednesday of every month in all Schools/Colleges/Universities/Panchayati Raj Institutions(PRI) and Municipalities by involving District Magistrates Police Authorities, Officers of Education Department etc.
About the Theme:
For the month of February, 2023 CIET-NCERT has planned sessions on the theme “Combating Cybercrimes”. Cybercriminals are constantly evolving and devising new methods to exploit vulnerabilities to steal valuable data. Additionally, they look to exploit human behavior and emotions. Despite having best-in-class defense systems and measures in place, many organizations still experience security breaches. It is often human error that has been a major contributing factor behind many data breaches. Cybersecurity awareness in order to combat cybercrimes is an ongoing process of educating and training individuals about the threats that lurk in cyberspace to prevent such threats and what they must do in the event of a security incident. With cybercrimes increasing significantly, cybersecurity awareness to combat such online threats is vital to keeping the workforce safe online.
Four live interaction sessions will be conducted on the given theme, that is on the first Wednesday i.e. 01/02/2023 & the subsequent Friday’s (i.e. 03/02/2023, 10/02/2023, & 17/02/2023). At the end of the session series, a comprehensive quiz will be launched based on all the sessions conducted in the month of February, 2023 on “Combating Cybercrimes” as a part of Cyber Jaagrookta Diwas.
|Day & Date||Title of the sessions||Resource Persons||Banner||Video Link|
|Cyber Crimes: Concept & Need for Awareness||
Mr. Rakesh Maheshwari,
Sr. Director & Group Coordinator, Cyberlaws
Dr. Karnika Seth, ,
Cyberlaw Expert & Advocate, Supreme Court of India
Dr. Balsingh Rajput
DCP, Cybercrime, Mumbai Police
|Day - 2 : Friday
|Ransomware & Malware Attacks||
Ms. Aarushi Chopra,
Associate Lawyer, Seth Associates
|Day - 3 : Friday
|Phishing & Financial Frauds||
Ms. Khooshi Seth,
Legal Intern, Seth Associates
|Day - 4 : Friday
|Online Sexual Abuse||
Ms. Shruti Bist,
Associate Lawyer, Seth Associates
Step 1: Registration : Register yourself by clicking the link :-https://forms.gle/titB6HE89fd7GnvP9
Step 2: Watch live Panel Discussion: Participants have to attend Panel discussion, which will be live-streamed on NCERT Official YouTube channel -http://youtube.com/ncertofficial on 01, February' 2023 at 4:00- 5:00 pm. The session will also be telecast live on the following channels-
If you have missed the live sessions, you can watch the recording at the given link -https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLR1cmx4Ba3q_2B9rexIjmgfRxrFicNVo_
Step: 3 Participation in Post-Session Activity and Certification: Post session quiz will be conducted based on the 4 sessions listed in the programme schedule, the link of the quiz will be released at the end the 4th session on 17th February’ 2023. To get a certificate, participate and score 50% & above. Participants are allowed to take 3 attempts at the quiz and the certificate will be issued.
Post session Quiz -https://infosecawareness.in/cbcc
Step 4: Submit Your Feedback: Submit your feedback using the link - https://forms.gle/J7ojhQgd4G18bwFT7
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