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NCSA organized a seminar on ‘Safe Internet Usage’ in Rangpur

The National Cyber Security Agency  (NCSA) rganized a seminar on ‘Safe Internet Usage’ at Rangpur District Shilpakala Academy Auditorium. Over 500 students, teachers, and parents from various educational institutions in Rangpur City Corporation attended the seminar and were informed about staying safe in the cyber world.

The National Cyber Security Agency and Rangpur district administration, with the support of UNDP Bangladesh, distributed seminar materials and cyber security leaflets to students, teachers, and participants.

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Rangpur Divisional Commissioner Md. Habibur Rahman was the chief guest at a seminar. Additional DIG of Police Rangpur Range Pankaj Chandra Roy, Additional Commissioner of Police Uttam Kumar Pal, Additional Superintendent of Police Md. Tariqul Islam, and UNDP Bangladesh Program Officer Shahreen Tilottama were also present as special guests.

Deputy Commissioner Mohammad Mobaswer Hasan chaired the seminar. The Director General of National Cyber Security Agency, Abu Sayed Md. Kamruzzaman, presented the main article, and Saadat Rahman, the founder president of Cyber Teens Foundation, participated as a discussant.

In the seminar, UNDP Bangladesh Program Officer Shahreen Tilottama discussed the role of UNDP in promoting cyber security awareness and providing legal assistance and realization of human rights through collaboration with various countries/governments. He urged everyone to be respectful of each other in the cyber world.

The speech by Additional Superintendent of Police Uttam Kumar Pal highlighted the need to create awareness about cyber security in order to build a smarter Bangladesh. The guest emphasized the importance of avoiding excessive screen time and mentioned the Police Cyber Support for Women to help combat cyber crime. He also advised students to avoid sharing their social media links with strangers and discussed different crimes that take place on social media platforms.

DIG Pankaj Chandra Roy emphasized the significance of cyber security for all sections of society and provided detailed guidance on staying safe online.

The Director General of the National Cyber Security Agency emphasized the 4 pillars of Smart Bangladesh: disciplined students, smart citizens, internet awareness, and family values. He also discussed the importance of the recently passed Cyber Security Act, 2023, and the different aspects of cyber security. Additionally, he mentioned the activities and future plans of the National Cyber Security Agency.

Sadat Rahman, Founder President of Cyber Teens Foundation, showed examples of cyberbullying and talked about how to prevent it. He encouraged teenagers to report cyberbullying by calling the hotline number 13219, launched by the Prime Minister. He also organized a cyber security quiz for the students and gave out prizes to the winners.

Participants at the seminar asked questions about cyber bullying, cyber security, awareness campaigns, personal data protection, and safe internet usage. Keynote speakers, panelists, and NCSA officials answered these questions.

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