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‘Cyberdome Summit’ Discusses Cybersecurity Issues

Cyberdome Kozhikode hosted its first hacking conference ‘Cyberdome Summit 2020’, at Government Cyberpark, Kozhikode recently with the participation of IT professionals from various organisations. The various activities of the event included drone flag launch, workshop on cyber warfare, CTF Challenge and open discussion on the topic, ‘How can people contribute to and associate with Cyberdome?’

Cyberdome Kozhikode hosted its first hacking conference ‘Cyberdome Summit 2020’, at Government Cyberpark, Kozhikode recently with the participation of IT professionals from various organisations. The various activities of the event included drone flag launch, workshop on cyber warfare, CTF Challenge and open discussion on the topic, ‘How can people contribute to and associate with Cyberdome?’
Ashok Yadav IPS, IGP North Zone & Nodal Officer, Cyberdome, Kozhikode; A K Jamaludheen IPS, Dy. Commissioner of Police, Kozhikode City; C Sivaprasad, Inspector of Police and Asst. Nodal Officer-in-charge, Cyberdome, Kozhikode; S Prathap Kumar, Scientist, NIELT, Kozhikode; Muhammed Shahid Abdulla, Associate Professor, IIM, Kozhikode; Dr. Deepthi P P, Professor, NIT; Pradeep K Bharathan, Asst. Professor, Govt. Engineering College, Kozhikode; Nireesh C, General Manager, Cyberpark Kozhikode; T Vinod, Cybersecurity Head of UL Cyberpark, Kozhikode; Haris P T, President, Calicut Forum for IT (CAFIT) and Anil Balan, Vice President, CMA were among the dignitaries present on the occasion.
Manish Gupta, cybersecurity analyst and offensive cybersecurity-certified professional who has immense knowledge in the field of cybersecurity and ethical hacking, and professionals from Red Team Hacker Academy conducted classes at the workshop on the topic ‘A practical approach to hack and secure’. The team members of BSOD Erode won the CTF Challenge held as part of the programme.
Cyberdome conducted the programme in partnership with Red Team Hacker Academy, Government Cyberpark, Kozhikode, Shobhika Silk, CAFIT, Kozhikode City Police Employees Co-op Society, RC Club (Remote Control Club), Kochi and TecQ, Kozhikode along with Media Partner Blue Pin.
Cyberdome, conceived by Technological Research and Development Centre of Kerala Police as a public-police participation model, is aimed at combating emerging cyber threats through effective policing. The project would partner with IT companies as well as individuals for ensuring a secure cyber world. It has already shortlisted at least six companies and 150 volunteers as associates. This is apart from tie-ups with software firms, technological agencies, educational institutions and research groups for providing solutions for the project.

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