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Monday, January 24, 2022
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Pakistan introduces its first ever national cyber security academy.

A focused Cyber Security Academy will aid in increasing knowledge and awareness of this problem.

President Dr Arif Alvi launched Pakistan’s first National Cyber Security Academy at the 2nd annual International Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security (ICCWS) at the PAF Complex in Islamabad.

Since cybercrime is such a severe problem around the world, the crime rate in Pakistan has been steadily rising. As a result, a focused Cyber Security Academy has been established, which is critically required. This will contribute to a greater understanding and awareness of the problem.

At the ICCWS, a number of important and respected figures were present. Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Baber Sidhu, Chief of the Air Staff, Air Marshal (Retired) Javaid Ahmed, Vice-Chancellor Air University, and Air Vice Marshal Abbas Ghumman, Director General C4I PAF were among the dignitaries in attendance, which included civil, military, and foreign dignitaries.

President Arif Alvi declared cyber concerns to be a worldwide menace with national security consequences. The President also lauded the partnership between the Pakistan Air Force, Air University, and the Higher Education Commission (HEC), which resulted in the establishment of Pakistan’s first Cyber Security Academy.

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