Jharkhand to Train 1,000 Cybersecurity Professionals to Fight Jamtara Cybercriminals

Jharkhand will train a lakh of cyber security professionals to thwart Jamtra cybercriminal gangs, the government of Jharkhand has announced. During a workshop at Jharkhand Technical University, it was announced that the Department of Higher and Technical Education, in partnership with Jharkhand Technical University and Cyber ​​Vidyapeeth Foundation, plans to train more one million cyber fighters over the next 5 years.

“Cyber ​​Vidyapeeth” online was launched with the aim of developing the state as a cyber defense corridor. It was announced that cyber fighters would be the most important part of the corridor.

To achieve this goal, cyber security skills courses have been launched at the state’s Vinoba Bhave University and Cyber ​​Vidyapeeth Foundation.

Shashank S. Garudayar, President of the Cyber ​​Vidyapeeth Foundation, said that excellent career prospects would be available for young people trained in the cyber protection course.

He added that the sector lacked talent with a need for 3.1 million e-trainers and 60 million e-professionals globally.

Jharkhand’s initiative is a step in that direction, Garudyar said.

He raised the possibility of the area being developed into a cyber defense business hub.

Jharkhand is a “priority state” in the field of cyber security, as the Jamtara module remains a challenge for the whole country.

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