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New Delhi: Renowned media personality and educationist Sandeep Marwah addressed the the opening session of 2nd Cyber Security Conference in New Delhi, organized by Aditya Tikoo of   Global Counter Terrorism Council (GCTC) at The Institute of Engineers on Bahadurshah Zafar Marg.

In his address, Sandeep Marwah emphasized the growing concern of cybercrimes and the need for robust security measures to counter them. He highlighted the increasing use of technology in various sectors, which has also led to an increase in cyber threats.

Marwah emphasized the importance of raising awareness about cyber security among individuals, organizations, and governments. He also stressed the need for regular training and upskilling of security professionals to keep up with the latest cyber threats and technologies.

Furthermore, Marwah emphasized the need for collaboration and coordination between stakeholders, including the government, law enforcement agencies, and private organizations, to combat cybercrime more effectively.

Overall, Sandeep Marwah’s address shed light on the pressing issue of cybercrime and the importance of taking proactive measures to ensure the security of individuals and organizations in the digital age.

Lt Gen Arun Sahni, PVSM, UYSM, SM, VSM(Retd), Former GOC-in-C, South Western Command & DG-IT, AHQ was chairing the session. The other speakers were Dr. Kanwal Sibal, IFS(Retd), Chairman-Advisory Board-GCTC & Former Foreign Secretary, Government of India, Rajesh Sharma, Honorary Secretary, The Institute of Engineers  and  Dr. Chandra Rajan, Advocate, Supreme Court of India.



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