With the world growing to be increasingly digital, there is simply no escape. For one to survive in this world, one has to get onto the digital bandwagon, from where there seems to be no escape. However, for all its boons, there is a duality to it that seems to counter it as well. While a digital world makes the world a small place, all that hyper-connectivity also threatens safety. In order to offer better online experiences to people, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology or MEITY has launched the Cyber Surakshit Bharat Programme.
About the Cyber Surakshit Bharat Programme 2021
The digital aspect of modern India is key to unlocking a brighter future for the country. However, time and again we come across occurrences where people’s digital privacy has been hacked into, stealing essential information and private intellectual or personal property.
In order to offer people safer cyberspace, there has been an increased focus on cybersecurity. Understanding the need to strengthen the Cybersecurity ecosystem in India and aligning itself with the Digital India mission, the MeitY department launched this scheme.
The target audience for membersthe scheme
Officers of the following profile from the Central and State/UT governments and Subordinate agencies/PSUs, including the Public sector Banks and insurance companies, technical wings of police and security forces:
- Designated Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs)
- CTOs and Member of Technical/PMU teams, officers responsible to observe the security of IT systems in their respective organisations.
What is the objective of the Cyber Surakshit Bharat Programme objective?
The main objective of the programme is to educate and enable the Chief Information Security Officers (CISO) and broader IT community to essentially address cybersecurity issues and challenges. Other objectives include:
- To create awareness on the emerging landscape of cyber threats
- To provide an in-depth understanding of key activities, new initiatives, challenges and related solutions
- Applicable frameworks, guidelines and policies which are related to the subject
- To share the best practices to learn from success and failure
- To provide key inputs to make an informed decisions on Cybersecurity related issues in their respective functional area
Candidates who are interested in the department may apply online through http://tmis.negd.in/. Only online nominations will be accepted. The confirmation of participation and details of venue/change in date, if any, will be communicated through the registered email ID of the candidate.
To ensure online registration, using an official and active email ID is mandatory. Those who have already attended the previous training programmes will not be nominated.
Upcoming Training Calendar
|30 November to 05 December 2020||50|
|18 January to 23 January 2021||50|
|05 April to 10 April 2021||50|
|03 May to 08 May 2021||50|
|07 June to 12 June 2021||50|
|05 July to 10 July 2021||50|
Note: The timings for the training are from 10 am to 5 pm with sufficient breaks to avoid eyestrain and nominated officers are expected to attend the training for the full duration.