National Conference on Cyber Security of Pakistan

The fight for a secure digital future in Pakistan reached a new milestone with South Punjab’s First National Conference on “Cyber Security of Pakistan”. Organized by the Cyber Security Zone, this groundbreaking event took place at the Main Auditorium of Islamia University Bahawalpur (IUB).

A Gathering of Experts for a Pressing Issue

The conference addressed the growing concerns around cyber threats in Pakistan. Renowned figures from the cybersecurity landscape graced the event, sharing their expertise and fostering crucial discussions.

  • Esteemed Chief Guest: Engr. Dr. Athar Mahboob, the Vice Chancellor of IUB, set the tone for the conference with his opening remarks.
  • Renowned Speakers:
    • Mr. Muhamamd Asad Ul Rehman, a Cyber Security Expert associated with Cyber Security of Pakistan, provided valuable insights.
    • Mr. Ali Hashmi, Assistant Director of the FIA Cyber Crime Wing in Multan, offered his expertise on law enforcement’s role in combating cybercrime.
    • Mr. Waqas Khalid, Incharge of the Punjab Forensic Science Agency’s Crime Scene Unit in Bahawalpur, shared his knowledge on digital forensics.

Collaborative Discussions for a Secure Future

The conference wasn’t just about speeches. It provided a platform for in-depth discussions on critical topics:

  • Evolving Cyber Threats: Participants delved into the latest cyber threats facing Pakistan, understanding their complexities and potential impact.
  • Safeguarding Critical Infrastructure: Experts explored strategies to protect essential infrastructure and data from cyberattacks.
  • Law Enforcement’s Role: The crucial role of law enforcement agencies in investigating and preventing cybercrime was a key focus.
  • Individual User Awareness: The conference emphasized the importance of individual user awareness and best practices for safe online activities.

A Step Forward in South Punjab

The South Punjab’s First National Conference on “Cyber Security of Pakistan” marked a significant step towards a more secure digital future. It not only raised awareness but also fostered collaboration and a collective effort to address cyber threats.