“The only way to maintain privacy on the internet is to not be on the internet.”
GDSC GTBIT is back with another interesting event on cyber security. The goal of this event is to raise awareness about cybersecurity while also gaining an understanding of market demands and practical applications of cybersecurity. We'll also talk about application security in conjunction with this.
Cybersecurity is the combination of people, policies, processes, and technologies employed by an enterprise to protect its cyber assets. And, over the past several years, it has become a vital component of any modern-day organization’s success.
The event will be held on 13 October 2022 from 11:00am to 12:30pm, at BVS Block Auditorium, in GTBIT.
We have some very experienced professionals as our speakers:
Nanak Singh Khurana:
-He is an IT security Engineer at Real Time Data Services and an alumni of GTBIT.
-He actively participates in the cyber security community, passing on his wisdom to younger members and learning from more experienced members about the ins and outs of the online world.
-She is an alumni of the University of Maryland, College Park, and a threat researcher at Microsoft
-She is a cybersecurity enthusiast trying to explore multiple domains in security, learning and keeping herself updated with the latest trends and techniques.
-She volunteers her time to support emerging abilities and projects in cyber security awareness and research.
You can arm yourself with the knowledge and resources necessary to prevent turning into yet another cybercrime statistic by educating yourself on the risks of malware, phishing scams, ransomware attacks, and other threats.
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Real Time Data Services
IT security Engineer
Cybersecurity enthusiast and currently working as a Threat Researcher at Microsoft, alumni of the University of Maryland, College Park., Volunteer in initiatives such as cyber security research and awareness.
IT Security Engineer at Real Time Data Services, alumni of GTBIT, has reported more than 50 vulnerabilities in bug bounty.