Patiala, October 6
Punjabi University, Patiala, organised one-day workshop titled ‘Cyber Threat and Detection’ at its campus here on Wednesday. Officials said cyber threats had become a key challenge for the cybersecurity community due to the phenomenal rise in usage of the Internet.
The workshop was organised by the Zero Day Club of the university’s department of computer science and engineering. Vipin Gupta, director, UNET Solutions, was resource person for the workshop. Dr Arvind, Vice-Chancellor of the university, discussed cybersecurity issues and quantum computing techniques.
Dr Raman Maini, HoD, CSE, said cybersecurity had emerged as a key challenge for the cybersecurity community. He talked about various activities being carried out under technical clubs to help students build their technical profile for better placements. Over 100 students participated in the workshop. — TNS
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