A NortonLifeLock and NASSCOM Foundation partnership helps women enter the cyber workforce in India
By Adeeba Sultana, NASSCOM Cyber Security graduate
Through NortonLifeLock’s partnership with the NASSCOM Foundation, we launched the Cyber Security Skills Development Initiative for Women. This program is designed to create greater employability opportunities for underprivileged female engineering graduates by equipping women with the right job skills. Today’s guest post is by Adeeba Sultana, a NASSCOM Cyber graduate and current network Analyst at HCL Technologies, Bangalore.
The Digi Dhan team set up Digi Dhan, meaning digital money, in partnership with the NASSCOM Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to using technology for good. The campaign supports the Indian government’s move to a digital economy to help tackle fraud. In India, there is a growing need to educate communities and local business owners on the availability and safety of cashless transactions. The campaign has already trained more than 4,600 beneficiaries on at least one cashless transaction mode.