Preventive Cyber Protection for Everyday Digital Life" on February 22nd-BGFI Delhi.
Workshop-To deliver on the moto of "prevention is better than cure", we at BGFI Delhi are organizing a workshop on "Preventive Cyber Protection for Everyday Digital Life" through the trainers from Ernst & Young India Private Limited or "EY"-a multi national professional services company globally.
The workshop is scheduled at National Association of the Blind, Delhi-a NGO which has done remarkably well to promote digital inclusion of persons with blindness.
Date & Day: February 22, 2020 (Saturday)
Time: 2 P.M. to 5 P.M.
Registrations: Ratul Arora-+91-97118 81717 / Umang Mehndiratta- +91-98714 98576.
Venue: National Association for the Blind, Delhi-Sector 5, R.K. Puram,
New Delhi, India
Public Transport-Metro: Pink and Magenta lines. Approachable through bus services as well.
Come join us to learn how to protect passwords, privacy, safeguard against financial frauds, fishing, data breeches, scamming, and so on.
About the trainers- EY has been supportive enough to send experts of this domain namely:
Anjan Bhattacharya is an Associate Partner , Advisory Services in EY and core member of Cyber Security practice and Market Segment Leadership team in India & Middle East. Anjan has core expertise in delivering EBIT objectives and has extensive experience in creating markets in Cyber Security business in multiple
regions including PAN India /South Asia , Middle East , APAC & North America ( EST & Midwest) . He has proven references in building -scaling - managing
Infosec/cyber business practice with his experience in Big 4 Consulting , Security OEM and Global IT Services companies .
Anusuya chakravarty is an Assistant Director General with a demonstrated history of working in the accounting industry. Skilled in Data Protection Act,
Data Privacy, Privacy Law, Legal Writing, and Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A). Strong administrative professional with a BA.LLB (Hons.) focused in Law from Amity law School.
Road Safety and Mobility Project-upon production of Aadhar card, Disability certificate and photograph, the participants will get a white cane along with
cane repair kit and user reference manual and a CD containing audio described movies with a possibility of taking a training on mobility and smartphone
apps through NAB. All participants are therefore requested to carry the above mentioned documents. This project is run by NAB Delhi and is supported by
Goodyear. The details will be explained during the workshop.
We look forward for your active participation to ensure everyone's digital safety.