NCW Webinar on Misinformation | We Think Digital [Updated]

By | May 6, 2020
NCW Webinar on Misinformation | We Think Digital

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National Commission for Women (NCW), in collaboration with Cyber Peace Foundation and Facebook, is organising a Webinar on We Think Digital – Digital Shakti 2.0 with an aim to sensitize young girls and women across the country to stay safe online and bring more women in the cybersecurity arena.

About the NCW Webinar

In these trying times, the need for sensitisation on online safety becomes even more important owing to criminals luring unsuspecting users into scams and frauds by using misinformation floating around and adding to the panic.

The Cyber Peace Foundation, the first organisation working towards global cyber peace, has partnered with the National Commission for Women, and Facebook to launch We Think Digital – Digital Shakti 2.0, a campaign aimed at sensitizing young girls and women across the country to staying safe online and bring more women in the cybersecurity arena.

About the Organisers

Cyber Peace Foundation(CPF) is an award-winning nonpartisan civil society organization, think tank of cybersecurity and policy experts with the vision of pioneering Cyber Peace Initiatives to build collective resiliency against cybercrimes & global threats of cyber warfare. CPF is involved in Policy Advocacy, Research, and Training related to all aspects of Cyber Peace and Cyber Security. Key areas of Cyber Peace Foundation work are in Technology Governance, Policy Review, and Advocacy, Capacity and Capability creation, and building through partnerships with various government organizations, academic institutions, and civil society entities.

National Commission for Women was set up as statutory body in January 1992 under the National Commission for Women Act, 1990 ( Act No. 20 of 1990 of Govt.of India ) to review the Constitutional and Legal safeguards for women, recommend remedial legislative measures facilitate redressal of grievances and advise the Government on all policy matters affecting women. In keeping with its mandate, the Commission initiated various steps to improve the status of women and worked for their economic empowerment during the year under report.

About 

No Panelist. It will be a Training Session [Note: This information has been Updated]

Platform

Zoom

Date and Time

Session 1: 8th May, 11:00 AM

Session 2: 8th May, 4:00 PM

Registrations Closed

There is no registration fee to attend this webinar.

E-Certificates will be provided to all the attendees.


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  • Amritash says:

    Very good