Mysuru: Cyber crimes are on the rise with the increasing use of digital technology these days. The erstwhile Mysuru Royal Couple have started a cyber hub course in collaboration with other institutions to educate the youth about this.
The royal family is doing another kind of modern philanthropic work with its Bherunda Foundation, which has started a modern course with the aim of imparting information about cyber crimes among the youth. Cyber security is a topic that is being discussed at the international level in the current phenomenon. With greater concern about the present and future and to provide complete information about the happenings and special knowledge of cyber security, the work of creating a cyber hub in Mysuru has been initiated.
Bherunda Foundation, Myra School of Business, Information Sharing Analysis Centre, Cyberverse Institute, I Thribble E in association with the National Cyber Security Hub at Myra School of Business near Belawadi in the cultural city has launched the hub. State Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai inaugurated the hub and promised to provide all necessary support.
The main objective of the organisation is to prevent cyber-attacks and train youth and students about its safety, Maharaja Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wodeyar, wife Trishika Kumari Wodeyar have joined hands in this. K. S. Sudhir, Cluster Head of Karnataka Digital Economy Foundation is In-Charge of managing the cyber hub.
Efforts are underway to make Mysuru a cyber security hub. Arrangements are made to impart training to technical and non-technical students. Cyber Security is about giving minimum knowledge to the youth – young women about modern technology. There will be no need to go abroad to get an education related to cyber security.
A cyber security plan was formulated three years ago. Our priority is to make Mysuru a cyber security hub, provide quality training at the local level, attract global capital, and help those affected by cyber issues at the primary level. The Cluster Head of Karnataka Digital Economy Foundation K. S. Sudhir informed NewsKarnataka.
Bherunda Foundation has joined hands with a project to start a National Cyber Security Hub at Myra School of Business. Cyber security is a topic that is being discussed a lot in the modern age, and hacking the accounts of elites and common people using some software and looting money is increasing. More information should be provided to the younger generation in this regard. Create a course and train on cyber security. This work has been done mainly to create awareness among the public about cyber disasters, said Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wodeyar.