Public Relations Society of India, Kolkata Chapter launches a Guide Book on Cyber Security along with Indian School of Ethical Hacking.
Online PR News – 17-May-2015 – Kolkata, West Bengal – PRESS RELEASE
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Date: May 16, 2015 Place: Kolkata (Press Club)
The evolution of Information Technology (IT) has given birth to cyber space where internet provides equal opportunities for all the people to access any information, data storage, analyse etc. Due to the growth in the number of netizens, misuse of technology in the cyberspace is increasing both at the domestic and international levels. The abuse of IT has given birth to a gamut of new age crimes leading to the emergent need for IT security awareness among the mass.
IT Security industry is extending high end cyber security solutions to Government, Military, Corporates and the academia who have got hacked or may face the threat of being hacked. There is a void of well trained IT Security professionals in India. As per NASSCOM survey, India needs 500,000 IT security professionals in the next 5 years, while we currently have only 37,000 working in the industry.
Indian School of Ethical Hacking, a Kolkata based IT company currently trains around 500 professionals per year and aspires to produce more professionals in the field, conducts security audit for government organisations, Police, Financial Institutions, Academic Institutions and Corporates and make Kolkata the IT SECURITY HUB OF INDIA.
Based on the rising need and demand of cyber security, Public Relations Society of India, Kolkata Chapter launches a Guide Book on Cyber Security along with Indian School of Ethical Hacking. The Chairman of PRSI, Kolkata Chapter, Soumyajit Mahapatra is of the opinion that the outgrowth of cyber crimes creates the necessity to enhance more consciousness in the sphere of cyber security and the book is going to serve the purpose successfully. The book will be a ready reckoner for the public in general and professionals too. The publication will be available online at www.prsikolkata.org and www.isoeh.