Punjab Episode of National Summit on SDGs (2)

Punjab Episode of National Summit on SDGs

The Islamia University Bahawalpur (IUB) stepped up as a champion for sustainable development by hosting the Punjab Episode of the National Summit on SDGs. This prestigious event convened distinguished guests and experts to delve into the critical relationship between cybersecurity and achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Renowned Figures Guide the Discussion

The summit featured a distinguished guest list, including:

  • Chief Guest: Ad IG Ehsan Sadiq
  • Guest of Honor: Dr. Athar Mahbob, Worthy VC of IUB
  • Special Guest: Syed Ammar Hussain Jaffri, Former DG FIA

Their combined knowledge ensured a rich and insightful discussion on how cybersecurity paves the way for achieving the SDGs.

Mr. Muhammad Asad Ul Rehman: Championing Secure Digital Progress

Cyber Security Expert Mr. Muhammad Asad Ul Rehman played a pivotal role in the panel discussion. He addressed:

  • Cyber Threats to SDGs: Mr. Muhammad Asad Ul Rehman pinpointed specific cyber threats that endanger progress towards achieving SDGs in Punjab’s agriculture, education, and healthcare sectors.
  • Building Regional Resilience: Tailoring his insights to Punjab’s specific needs, Mr. Muhammad Asad Ul Rehman discussed strategies for strengthening cybersecurity measures within the region’s institutions and infrastructure.
  • Fostering Collaboration: He emphasized the importance of collaboration between regional stakeholders, including government agencies, universities, and businesses. This collaboration is crucial for building a more secure digital environment for Punjab.

A Call to Action for a Secure and Sustainable Punjab

The National Summit on SDGs (Punjab Episode) serves as a significant milestone on the path towards a more secure and sustainable future for the region. By focusing on cybersecurity, the summit acknowledges its critical role in safeguarding Punjab’s digital infrastructure and enabling progress towards a brighter future.

 

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