March 27, 2021 3:00PM
With COVID-19 pandemic, technology is now all pervading. We are spending more time online now. This leaves us, now more than ever, even more susceptible to online vulnerabilities.
The Times of India has collaborated with Cyber Saathi Foundation to deliver an online awareness webinar titled “TIMES CYBERSENSE”, The program will focus on awareness on cybersafety and remedies available in the event of falling victim. The webinar will also help parents, teachers and faculty of schools understand the vulnerabilities and equip them to both prevent and protect youngsters.
Expert panellists from the fields of Governance, Education, Psychology and Law will discuss the current issues in Online Safety and how to address them. The webinar has been curated by Ms N S Nappinai, Advocate Supreme court, Cyberlaw specialist and founder of Cybersaathi Foundation
Key take ways from the “CYBERSENSE” – cyber safety awareness webinar.
- Importance of cyber safety awareness amongst students, teachers and parents,
- Role of Government in ensuring cyber safety online for children,
- Role of police in cyber security and enforcement,
- The psychological impact of cyber threats and vulnerabilities on children,
- Need for educational institutions to inculcate cyber safety in their curriculum,
Mr. Jayesh RanjanSecretary
Information Technology (IT)
Government of Telangana
Dr. BENARJI CHAKKADean, VIT-AP School of Law (VSL)
Amaravathi, Andhra Pradesh
Ms. Swati LakraAdditional Director General of Police,
Women Safety including She Teams and Bharosa centres,
Dr Purnima Nagaraja,psychiatrist, psychotherapist,
trainer,mentor and motivational speaker
Dhrithi Day care
Dr. S.V. Kota ReddyVice Chancellor
N.S. NappinaiAdvocate, Supreme Court of India
Founder , Cyber Saathi Foundation
|03:30 PM||Introduction by ET|
|03:35 PM||Welcome by Sophos|
|03:40 PM||Context by Expert|
|03:45 PM||Discussion begins|
|04:45 PM||Audience Q&A|
|04:55 PM||Summing up and Vote of Thanks|
|05:00 PM||End of programme|
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