LUCKNOW: Recent cyber crime cases have shown how financial sectors are on attackers’ top radar. Future Crime Research Foundation (FCRF) and Root64 Infosec Foundation along with Utkarsh Small Finance Bank is going to organize cyber awareness workshop from the members of UPMA (Uttar Pradesh Microfinance Association).
The webinar – Cyber Security For Microfinance & Banks will have power-packed sessions by Prof. Triveni Singh IPS, SP Cyber Crime, UP and Cybercrime expert Amit Dubey. Prof Singh will highlight best security practices in microfinance and fintech companies, while Amit Dubey, who is also Chief Mentor Root64 Foundation will explain cyber security challenges ahead of the microfinancing sector and preventive measures. Both the sessions will be backed by real-life cybercrime cases. Members of UPMA will also get a chance to clear their technical doubts with the eminent speakers.
The webinar will be held on October 28, 2021, Thursday from 3 pm –4:45 pm. The420.in is the event partner of the cyber awareness webinar. Shashank Shekhar, Editor, The420.in will moderate both the sessions.
The event is co-organised by the Micro Finance Association of Uttar Pradesh (UPMA). Speaking about the initiative Sudhir Sinha, CEO, UPMA said it is very important for every individual to practice good cyber hygiene. Good cyber knowledge and best cyber practices are the need of the hour for the employees of corporate, banks, financial institutions and microfinance. It is only with the combined effort of top management to junior most staff one can ensure complete digital security.
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