Cyber Crime is the fastest growing threat to people & businesses globally. As the number of data networks, digital applications, as well as internet and mobile users are growing, so do the chances of cyber exploitation and cyber crimes. Even a small mistake in securing data or bad social networking can prove to be extremely dangerous. If accounts are not properly secured, it makes easier for hackers or unauthorized users to spread viruses or social engineered attacks that are designed to steal data and even money. Such types of issues highlight the need for cyber security as an essential approach in protecting and preventing data from being used inappropriately.
The National Cyber Safety and Security Standards (NCSSS) have been started with great vision to safeguard the Nation from the current threats in the Cyber Space. The multi-dimensional structure of technology in the Cyberspace poses a great challenge in handling the complex problems in the Cyber Domain. National Cyber Safety and Security Standards have done an extensive research in the Cyber domain to understand the nature of cyber threats and Cyber Crimes. We have understood that the multi-faceted cyber technology cannot be handled by common standards and security policies.
Certified Cyber Security Professional (CCSP) Workshop is conducted by the National Cyber Safety and Security Standards in association with Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital,, Bangalore on 22nd, 23rd & 24th June, 2018 at RRMCH Auditorium, Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital, Bangalore..
The mission of the CCSP workshop is to establish a multi-stakeholder consortium that brings together State/Central Governments, Defence, MNCs, PSUs, Academics, Intelligence Agencies, Enforcement Agencies and etc., in an effort to improve the state of Cyber Security both at domestic and international level.
This Certified Cyber Security Professional (CCSP) Workshop seeks to change the paradigm of how we look at digital space and security, critically assessing cyber security's impact on business operations and its security implications. Also this workshop explores the boundaries of cyber security and also provides the best practices to protect our Digital Critical Infrastructure where the sensitivity of the data plays a very vital role