NSS Training Programs


    Breach of information systems security is an established reality for most companies in the world. With all information and transactions online, companies struggle to find a balance between enabling business and erecting security barriers. In such an environment, it is not enough to have just the IT security team aware of threats and countermeasures; it is incumbent on all employees to contribute to a higher security posture for the organisation, through correct process and due diligence. A basic cyber security workshop helps in building awareness, understanding data security measures, tips and tricks of the trade and how to respond to such threats.


    Ransomware is computer malware that installs covertly on a victim's computer, executes a code that effectively encrypts the contents of the computer, and demands a ransom payment to decrypt it or sometimes, not publish sensitive information on the computer. Thus, ransomware is a denial-of-access attack that prevents computer users from accessing files since it is not possible to decrypt files without the requisite key. The workshop on ransomware educates students on cause and prevention, types of attacks, their impacts and response and also elucidates the technology link between Bitcoins and Ransomware.


    Active shooting and lone wolf terrorism is an increasing epidemic. Every year, world over, thousands of people die or get injured due to active shooter events. The United States Department of Homeland Security defines an ‘active shooter’ as an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area.
    The Active Shooter Workshop increases awareness of such incidents and their response, to prepare effective strategies for emergencies and improving coordination with law enforcement, both of which could make the difference between life and death. The training also helps understand and prepare for the aftermath of such an incident.


    As India races towards becoming an economic superpower, the workplace has become a much more diverse environment. Women now represent 25% of the total workforce in India, their personal safety and security is becoming a central issue with corporate houses.
    NSS deals on training women in Physical Security and Educational Security. It focuses on how women should deal with them being secure physically in workplace and during transit and also makes them aware of the company's policy on gender discrimination and sexual harassment. They are encouraged to report such instances without fear. Regular training on security and safety should be provided.

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