Meet cyber security experts, ethical hackers from Mangaluru


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Mangaluru, Oct 14: In this digital era, one can see a lot of crimes happening in the cyber/digital space which is increasing by each passing day. While these crimes are increasing, on the other side, there is this first and only company in Mangaluru ‘Cyber Sapiens United LLP’ providing services on cyber security and cyber forensics. They work with the police department in training and assisting them in the cyber-crime investigation. They also provide services to companies and institutions to secure them and help during a cyber-attack.

Their primary focus is on educating people. Till date, they have trained more than 10,00,000 users on how to be safe from cyber-crimes. They have assisted more than 100 clients for cyber security and cyber forensics solutions. They also provide training on ethical hacking, forensic investigation, bug hunting and on cyber security. In case anyone’s social media accounts get hacked, they help in recovering the hacked account. They are also the Authorized Training Partner of Red Hat, which is an International and Global Certification.

CyberSapiens was founded by Robinson D’Souza, who holds a master degree in Cyber Security and is a certified security auditor. He says, “Hacking and cyber-crimes/attacks are popular and there are only two ways to be safe - One is to get education and be aware, and the second, to follow and implement the basic security controls such as two factor authentication, antivirus, backup, etc.,

CyberSapiens are the security experts. One can contact them for anything such as cyber security and ethical hacking training, VAPT, malware attack analysis, forensic investigation, account recovery, ISO 27001, red team assessments, or anything related to cyber security or forensics.

Contact:

Ph: +91 6364011010
www.cybersapiens.in

 

 

  

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  • Manoj, Mangalore

    Sat, Oct 15 2022

    Why dont v employ them to check EVM hacking during

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  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Sat, Oct 15 2022

    Good Initiative to educate people. But Technology masters or BigTech looks like behind these hacking loopholes for anti virus anti malware business. Ironically Microsoft not into anti virus business so Bill Gates' can venture into human (anti virus) vaccine billion dollor business. Latest business initiative after IoT being Internet of Bodies IoB. for internal health monitoring so venture more into medical industry and control purposes using neurostimulation and neuromodution using carbon nano tube or nano particle graphene oxide nano circuitry ///// Most BigTech covertly capture profile data for more business using AI in the name of suggestions, spell check, recommendation, helping searches, search topics or of interest so mostly nothing is safe and these bigTech only behind these things or it is a part of their business strategy.

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  • rayan, Shimoga

    Sat, Oct 15 2022

    Congratulation Robin

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  • satish, shirva

    Sat, Oct 15 2022

    Well initiative. All the best. Requesting them to provide awareness to senior citizens to keep their hard earned money safe.

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [3]

  • Sense_shetty, Mangalore

    Fri, Oct 14 2022

    Data Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability are the triads of Cyber security. India needs strong data protection and privacy policies.

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  • Ronald, Mangalore

    Fri, Oct 14 2022

    MFA (Multifactor Authentication) is a must as passwords can be hacked. My advise for users will be setup MFA where possible (e-mail accounts, Whatsapp, online banking etc). Use random strong password generators to generate passwords and save them in a KeyVault such as KeyPass. Don't fall for fishing e-mails. Keep away from online frauds, ignore the messages such as you have won a lottery, or someone sent a gift etc. Nothing comes free in this world.

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  • Alphy, Mumbai

    Fri, Oct 14 2022

    Hello Ronald, very good comment, however the software you mentioned KeyPass is notorious virus the correct software to preserve and safeguard password is KeePass. Readers, be aware of spelling issue as you might end up having a ransomware type of virus.

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  • Ronald, Mangalore

    Sat, Oct 15 2022

    Hi Alphy, my apologies for spelling the KeePass software incorrectly. Its KeePass .Thanks for correcting.

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