Ethical hacking workshop at AU
Atul Ojha a trainer from Cyber Cure Solutions conducted a workshop on Ethical Hacking in Andhra University. The workshop was jointly organised by Department of English, AU and AIESEC.
The event was inaugurated by G.S.N.Raju, Vice-Chancellor, Andhra University who said hacking has become a menace in today’s techno driven world and to curtail this problem, everyone should learn about cyber forensics.
Expressing concern over the rise in cyber crimes, Prof.Raju said that stringent laws should be enacted and implemented to overcome these cyber related crimes and added that ethical hacking was the best way to fight against cyber crimes.
In his workshop Mr. Ojha explained to the audience who a hacker was and what they actually do. He said that there is a misconception that hackers are bad people.
However, hackers are those who think out of the box and go beyond what the developer has though to make software safe and secure.
He opened the student’s eyes to cyber threat and gave examples as to how people can steal information online.
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