Cyber Security Awareness in Women Entrepreneurs Convention

Cyber Security Awareness in Women Entrepreneurs Convention

The Saiban Welfare Foundation hosted a valuable event for women entrepreneurs, focusing on their safety in the online marketplace. Aysha Razzaq, Coordinator of Cyber Security Zone and Cyber Security of Pakistan, delivered a keynote address packed with essential cybersecurity tips.

Protecting Yourself in the Digital Marketplace

Aysha Razzaq emphasized the importance of caution when participating in online buying and selling. Here are some key takeaways from her presentation:

  • Buyer and Seller Beware: Verifying the identity of online contacts is crucial. Don’t rely solely on online profiles, as anonymity can be deceiving.
  • Maintain a Paper Trail: Keep detailed records of your online conversations, especially during transactions. This documentation serves as vital evidence in case of fraud.
  • Stay Calm, Take Action: If you encounter online fraud, remain calm and report the incident immediately to the relevant authorities for investigation.

A Gathering of Distinguished Guests

The event was graced by the presence of several esteemed guests, including:

  • Assistant Commissioner General Liaquat Ali Shah Gilani
  • Associate Professor Dr. Muhammad Shahzad Rana
  • Former Deputy Controller Radio Pakistan Bahawalpur Syed Naeem Shah
  • Coordinator e-Agriculture Professor Dr. Madhat Kamil Hussain
  • Chairman Saiban Welfare Foundation Mrs. Asia Kamal
  • Provincial President Pakistan Social Association Dr. Abdul Rahman Nasir

Their participation highlighted the collective effort to empower women entrepreneurs and foster a secure online environment.

Building a Secure Digital Future

The Saiban Welfare Foundation and Aysha Razzaq’s initiative serves as a model for empowering women entrepreneurs. By promoting cybersecurity awareness, we can create a safer and more prosperous digital landscape for everyone.

Empowering Women, Securing the Future

This event signifies a crucial step towards a more inclusive and secure online experience for women entrepreneurs. Let’s continue to advocate for their safety and success in the digital economy.

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