RK Crystal & Shoonya organised computer security and ethical hacking programme at Leed’s Asian School
The Leed’s Asian School, organised a seminar on computer security and ethical hacking. The programme was handled by Mr. Ravi kumar a self-learned hacker & founder of Shoonya and has a strong background in both software development and cybersecurity. He is Ashoka Youth Venturer-2016, a member of Global Shapers Community, has been recognised by World Economic Forum and United Nations as UN Top 50 in the Youth Solutions Report 2018. As many as 700 students and faculty members attended the programme held in two sessions.
41 seminar on ethical hacking has been conducted by RK Crystal Team with the support of Airtel in different educational institutes across Patna as a part of their social initiative SHOONYA. The team believes in sharing knowledge with young brains who are tech savvy and want to make a difference in the cyber space.
Mr. Ravi emphasizes on the demonstration of how hackers can hack
Shoonya seminar on ethical hacking focuses strictly on how black hat hackers can gain access to critical and sensitive information of individuals. Understanding in depth how to counter the attacks from black hat hackers the speaker demonstrated live hacking to spread awareness among students. In the seminar Mr. Ravi emphasizes on the demonstration of how hackers can hack into smart phone, website hacking and admin panel bypass, undetectable virus which can steal data, ransomware development and safety measures, social media (Facebook, Instagram) hacks and many more.
This seminar was conducted in two sessions
The seminar was conducted in two sessions. The first session for the senior students from class 9th to 12th and the second session for the juniors from class 6th to 8th. The curiosity of the students were evident from their active participation in the sessions. They were loaded with doubts and queries. They has questions like “how do we ensure total personal security over our mobile phones?” and also like “how can we look forward to a career in the field of cyber security?” and many more.
The sessions were concluded by an oath ceremony, in which the students pledged of being
conscious and secure about using software and posting contents on social media. At last the Principle addressed the issue by saying “we should in build these kind of activities in our syllabus. We at Leed’s Asian will try to take this knowledge given to the students further”.