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New Online Game To Help Counter Cybercrime Against Children

New Online Game To Help Counter Cybercrime Against Children

In a bid to counter cybercrime against children, including threat posed by online games such as the ‘blue whale’ and ‘momo’ challenge, the government has launched its own game application. Known as the ‘cyber trivia’ app, it would include a set of multiple choice questions which will help the kids learn ways to deal with …

CYBER PEACE FOUNDATION | VINEET KUMAR | INTERVIEW

CYBER PEACE FOUNDATION | VINEET KUMAR | INTERVIEW

With the growth in internet and use of technology the world is preparing for cyber war by raising its own cyber military and cyber weapons. It has been rightly said that the fifth dimension of war would be CYBER WAR (rest 4 being land, sea, air and space), which will have a devastating effect on …

Jharkhand cops set up NGO to maintain world ‘cyber peace’

Jharkhand cops set up NGO to maintain world ‘cyber peace’

In a bid to check the increasing trends of cyber war across the world, ‘Cyber peace foundation’, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) has been formed in Ranchi by Jharkhand Police to maintain cyber peace in the world raising a force of worldwide volunteers. The initiative is being taken by the Jharkhand Police in association with the …

Research Centre Tackles Cybercrime

A good testimony to the public/private partnership model is the initiative of Ahmedabad-based Gujarat Technological University to launch e-Raksha (defence) Research Centre, a government-funded initiative that will encourage research in the information and cybersecurity space. Additionally, the centre will help in building capacity of information security professionals. The centre is expected to be operational in …

GTU launches centre to fight cybercrime

GTU launches centre to fight cybercrime

With an aim to curb rising menace of cybercrimes, Gujarat Technological University (GTU) here has launched e-Raksha Research Centre that will encourage research and enhance capability to provide solution for issues related to cyber security “GTU has launched e-Raksha Research Centre where various activities from research on latest techniques of cybercrime to capacity building of …

All for cyber security

One of the oldest engineering colleges in Asia will receive Ranchi’s help to set up a first-of-its-kind community cyber range, which is a virtual environment that is used for cyber warfare training and cyber technology development. City-based Cyber Peace Foundation (CPF) had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Maharashtra’s Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute (VJTI) …