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August 08, 2017 Tuesday 12:22:49 PM IST

Kaspersky begins campaign on cyber safety

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New Delhi: Considering the ongoing cyber threats and hackings, Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab on Monday launched a campaign in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region. It is to educate the public about Internet safety and highlight common online mistakes,

Named 'Goondus Awards', the campaign is inviting submissions from the public on Internet mistakes that have led to reputational, financial or property damage or loss for individuals.

"We want to educate people about safer Internet behaviours and to showcase real world examples of missteps leading to some form of loss or damage. While some stories may be humorous, the repercussions and damage were real and in some cases severe," said Altaf Halde, Managing Director, South Asia, Kaspersky Lab, in a statement.


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