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NCSA to do maximum work with limited manpower: DG Kamruzzaman

Despite the limited manpower and various limitations, efforts are being made to keep the country’s cyber space safe, said the Director General of the National Cyber ​​Security Agency (NCSA), Abu Sayed Md. Kamruzzaman. He gave this information at a seminar titled “Use of Safe Internet and Prevention of Rumors and Cyberbullying” organized at National Archives and Library, Agargaon on Monday (July 1) afternoon.

Abu Sayed Md. Kamruzzaman said that several ministries, departments and institutions of the government including ICT Ministry, Bangladesh Computer Council, National Cyber ​​Security Agency (NCSA) are working to build digital Bangladesh. All working together to tackle cyber risk and cyber crime.

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In the discussion, the importance of password security was highlighted by the associate professor Eng. Md. Shafayet Hossain from the department of computer science and engineering University of Information Technology and Science UITS) . Through the presentation, he explained how to give strong passwords, different combinations of passwords and different techniques to protect passwords from hackers.

Eng. Md. Naeem Khan, Assistant Director (Planning and Development) National Cyber ​​Security Agency took a session on online phishing attacks and social engineering. He details how hackers use phishing attacks and social engineering through videography and shows how to avoid them.

Participants at the seminar

Dr. Salma Momtaz, Director General, Department of Archives and Library thanked to National Cyber ​​Security Agency for organizing such an informative seminar. In today’s online age there is no substitute for awareness. Online, especially girls are more victims of cyberbullying. So She advised to follow cyber hygiene to stay safe online. He also urged to visit enriched archives and libraries.

Besides, using strong passwords to stay safe online, following cyber hygiene and knowingly sharing information to prevent rumor’s, refraining from clicking on any link as soon as you see it came up in the discussion of the speakers. Besides, the speakers also said that there is no substitute for awareness to stay safe online.

About 150 students from various schools, colleges and universities and media personnel were present in the event. Infosecbulletin played assistance role to the event.

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