Submitted by Rashmi on Sun, 2016-12-11 10:56 New Delhi: Cyber awareness platform Cyware has launched its new service to educate the Indian public on cyber security through SMS and WhatsApp in five different regional languages.The "free" service has been launched keeping in mind the emerging challenges of "Cyber Suraksha" that a common man in India is going to face as an unintended outcome of demonetisation, the company said in a statement."In India, people keep the same default ATM card pin as provided by the banks and never change it. The cyber culture in India is such that for many people PIN does not stand for 'Personal Identification Number' rather they treat it as 'Public Information Number'," Akshat Jain, Co-Founder of Cyware said."Cyware is using commonly used messaging services like SMS and WhatsApp to make common people aware about cyber security hygiene. Cyware wants to bring change by educating people about do's and don'ts of Cyber Suraksha," he added.To start receiving cyber hygiene tips through SMS, one just needs to simply give a missed call on 7676610000.For activating this service on WhatsApp, add the same number to your phone contacts under the name of "Cyware Tips" and send START WhatsApp message to this contact.The subscribers will receive daily cyber security tips on how to safeguard their online banking, debit and credit cards, e-wallets and other digital assets from cyber criminals.The SMS and WhatsApp cyber notification service is currently available in English, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu and soon will be launched in other languages.
Cyware launches cybersecurity tips in five Indian languages
The "free" service has been launched keeping in mind the emerging challenges of "Cyber Suraksha" that a common man in India is going to face as an unintended outcome of demonetisation, the company said in a statement.
Suresh Jangir | Updated on:2016-12-11 10:56:00.0