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First National Centre for Cyber Security inaugurated in Islamabad

Federal Minister for Interior Ahsan Iqbal inaugurated the first Cyber Security Centre to protect Pakistan from cyberattacks at Air University, Islamabad today. A set of technologies and processes designed to protect attacks from hackers on systems is called Cybersecurity.

This centre will develop advanced tools and research technologies to protect Pakistan’s cyberspace, sensitive data, and local economy from the cyberattacks. To make cybersecurity more successful, a 4 years BS cybersecurity program has been started in Air University. This centre will constitute of renowned labs in different universities including Air University, Bahria University Islamabad, NUST, IT University Lahore, LUMS, University of Peshawar, UET Peshawar, University of Nowshera, Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences, NED University Karachi, UET Lahore and UET Texila while headquarter will be in Air University Islamabad.

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