Cyber Security Workshop at Pyramid College
Ethical Hacking and Information security today is the need of the hour. We know how important secret information of different companies is and in order to provide them complete security, there is a huge demand for “ethical hackers”.
Department of Information Technology of Pyramid College of Business & Technology therefore, organized “Cyber Security Workshop” for students in order to enable them to understand the concept and choose ethical hacking as their career option. The team of IT Academy, Noida Mr. Gaurav Bhardwaj (Training & Development Manager), Mr. Surmeet Singh (Cyber Security Expert), Mr. Vartmaan (Asst. Trainer) & Mr. Shivam (Business Development Executive) conducted the workshop. Mr. Surmeet Singh, certified Ethical Hacker & Security Engineer in VoIP, i2k2 Networks (Data Center) was the keynote speaker.
The focus of the workshop was to teach the students how they can protect themselves from the menace of hacking. Mr. Surmeet Singh introduced the current popular attacks and explain the techniques to counter them. He addressed the students about various technologies like, CentOS, VulnHub, NFC Technology, Satellite Networks, Asterisk and how to do network monitoring using cacti & Zabbix. He also acquainted the students about Open BTS & Smart India Hackathon Projects. Students asked their queries about various hacking tricks & tools. Mr. Surmeet Singh also answered the queries of MBA students about Digital Marketing. Ms. Sherry Chalotra HOD, Information Technology Department extended her gratitude to team IT Academy Noida.
The vote of thanks was given by the Director PCBT Dr. Sanjay Bahl for successfully organizing the Cyber Security Workshop. He said that Pyramid College of Business & Technology is committed to organize such kind of workshops in future also for the practical learning of Information Technology Students. Dr. Sanjay Bahl along with IT Department of PCBT presented token of appreciation to all the dignitaries.
It was a great learning experience for all the students of PCBT & faculty as well.