Analyse an Awareness Program of Cyber Security in PIET, Jaipur: A Systematic Survey

Year : 2024 | Volume :02 | Issue : 01 | Page : 16-24
By

Suman Jain

Siddharth Joshi

  1. Librarian, Department of Library, Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jaipur, Rajasthan, Jaipur, India Central Library, Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jaipur Rajasthan India
  2. Student Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jaipur Rajasthan India

Abstract

This presented paper is an analysis on what the students and new generation’s thinks towards cyber security after learning about cyber-crimes and security on an awareness programme. Our knowledge of technology has dramatically increased in last 5 decade as result it also gave us a new type of threat, cyber-threats. Through smartphones and computers, our life became easy both for individual and for big organisations. Therefore, we must learn how to be cyberaware. The newer generations certainly know about the internet risks but according to a survey conducted by Ernst & young LLP the newer generation which is born and lives in cyber era are less concerned about cyber security on their work devices then the previous one. Their overconfidence in their ability to avoid deception could be one factor behind this. “Anybody can be scammed” said Ashton Bingham, a cyber security expert from trilogy media YouTube channel, on a wired interview. To find the change in vision towards security Firstly, we needed to give students an attention towards cyber-crimes and protections so that they can be aware of all type of scams and threats and how to be protected from these, secondly, we needed to collect data of students about how aware they are. Our article does not include the “fear appeal” of cyber security instead it includes cyber awareness as an essential duty of an organisation or an individual to protect themselves and their employees or relatives from getting scammed. We are including our survey results here as it shows how an awareness programme or campaign make students more aware towards cyber security. We collected data from 262 students who attended the cyber security campaign. Our research also includes the survey from Arwa A. Al Shamsi for comparison the campaign impact on the students.

Keywords: Cyber security, awareness, students, threats, cyber frauds.

[This article belongs to International Journal of Information Security Engineering(ijise)]

How to cite this article: Suman Jain, Siddharth Joshi. Analyse an Awareness Program of Cyber Security in PIET, Jaipur: A Systematic Survey. International Journal of Information Security Engineering. 2024; 02(01):16-24.
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