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In this modern era, dependence on computer systems, internet and wireless communication such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, and also due to the demand in smart devices such as smart phones, laptops, etc. has increased the number of cyber attacks and cyber criminals. Cyber-attack is now an international concern and have become increasingly sophisticated and dangerous.
Tools and techniques for hacking have increased as the internet has grown and it is now much easier to attack a business or an individual in this way.
Cybersecurity keeps us safe from hackers, cyber criminals, and other agents of fraud. Cybersecurity is also one of the crucial challenges in the current scenario.
IFERP will help you enlighten your cybersecurity awareness with this webinar. We’ll explore such critical topics such as the need for cybersecurity, types of threats exposed, the best security measures, and what you can do personally to be more secure when using the internet.

About TCIL

  • TCIL(Telecommunications consultants India Limited) a prime engineering and consultancy company, is a wholly owned Government of India Public Sector Enterprise under the administrative control of the Department of Telecommunications(DOT), Ministry of Communications, Government of India. TCIL was set up in 1978 for providing Indian telecom expertise in all fields of telecom, Civil and IT to developing countries around the world. Company's core competence is in the fields of Switching, Transmission Systems, Cellular services, Rural Telecommunication, Optical fibre based backbone trans systems, IT & Networking Solutions, Application Software, e-Governance, 3G Network, WIMAX Technology and also Civil construction projects.

Who Can Attend

"Cyber-Virus- A Specially Designed must session for Law Enforcement Agencies, Researchers, National Securities Expert and Academia with reference to ASEAN Countries"
  • All Police Departments from the ASEAN Countries
  • All Department of Government Ministries in ASEAN Countries
  • Defence (Army) in ASEAN Countries
  • Disaster Management Authorities
  • Cyber Defence Departments
  • Professors & All Corporate including IT, Service, Banking Institutions in ASEAN
  • All Public Organisations
  • All Chamber of Commerce from the ASEAN Countries.
  • All Embassies in ASEAN Countries.






Event Speaker

Dr. (Prof) NishaKant Ojha,

Adviser-Cyber Security (TCIL), Expert Counter- Terrorism (West Asia & Middle East) Post –Doc, CEH, CISO, CISA


  • Cyber Warfare
  • Counter Terrorism
  • Prevention, Damage Limitation and Incident Management
  • Malware Journey
  • Data Breach and Safe Computing
  • Data Privacy(GDPR)


A webinar is an engaging online event where a speaker, or small group of speakers, deliver a presentation to a large audience who participate by submitting questions, responding to polls and using other available interactive tools. It is an event held on the internet which is attended exclusively by an online audience. Other terms used as alternatives for webinar are web event, online seminar, webcast, web lecture and virtual event.
A webinar is a presentation, lecture, workshop or seminar that is transmitted over the web using video conferencing software. A key feature of a webinar is its interactive elements is the ability to give, receive and discuss information in real-time.
Webinar is typically a one-way communication system in which the speaker speaks to the remote audiences with limited possibilities of interaction with the audiences. Webinar is an online meeting or presentation held via the Internet in real-time. To put it simply, it is an online event, which connects individuals with viewers across the world.The main feature of live webinars is interactivity, or the ability to discuss, send and receive information in real-time.
A webinar is a form of one-to-many communication: a presenter can reach a large and specific group of online viewers from a single location. Providing it is used effectively, interaction during a webinar can be very powerful. In view of the large number of participants, smart tools are essential to channel that interaction. Hence, a webinar offers various interactive opportunities:


E-Certificate will be issued to all the participants
IFERP Membership Certificate will be provided to the participants with one year free membership
To get connected with professionals all across the globe

Features of the webinar

Some of the features of webinars are
● Real-time audio, video and text-based communication
● Easy presentation of slideshows, documents and screen content
● Sharing, downloading and recording of complete lectures and sharing or viewing them afterwards
● Surveys, polls, MCQs, exams, and quizzes
Webinars help presenters interact with their audiences using various elements such as chats, surveys, polls, quizzes, and questionnaires. Attendees can also share the webinar event using social media sites for others to join.
It is given that if you show up late to a seminar, you miss a portion of it. But there are different types of webinars, some of which help mitigate this issue.

Sharing video and presentation

Prepare your shared video ahead of time and click on presentation media menu.
Name and save your video link and name your video.
Verify your video is in your video library.
Your video will show up in the video library


Participants use the Chat feature in a webinar, to ask questions, to make comments and quips regarding the webinar content and to have random discussions among each other, related to the webinar.


In webinar, the white board is the presentation surface of the presenter notes and guides their presentation by showing a summary of their key points. A whiteboard is interactive and easy to use when you need to outline the steps to be used in making a presentation.

Polls and surveys

Polls and Surveys are used to run an unlimited number of polls or tests on any topic to get valuable data from the audience. To create single-choice, multiple-choice and open questions for in-depth knowledge.

Desktop sharing

Click the Share Screen button located in your meeting tool bar. Select the screen you want to share. You can also choose an individual application that is already open on your computer, the desktop, or a whiteboard. Click Share Screen.


To record a live webinar, start your session and then click Start Recording (on Windows), or Record (on Mac). This option is found at the bottom of the Screen Sharing pane. When you are finished recording, select Stop Recording.

Advantages Of Webinars

Webinars are convenient for both presenters and attendees. This is why the format is becoming more and more popular every year.
Webinars make holding conferences and meetings possible at any time and place. Anyone can participate in a webinar without leaving work or just while staying at home, on a business trip or vacation.
  • What is necessary for a webinar?

    For attendees, internet access, and an audio headset (headphones, microphone) are vital.

    For webinar presenters, it is crucial to have a stable internet connection, a webcam, a headset and a webinar hosting system.

    To hold a webinar, you no longer need to install additional software and special equipment. It is enough to have a computer with an internet connection, audio board, acoustic speakers, and a microphone.

  • How to participate in a webinar ?

    Would you like to boost your professional skills or simply learn something interesting and innovative from real-world experts? If you do, attending a webinar is your best choice.

    A webinar is a seminar held on online network. It can be delivered in any format: as a conference, a lecture, a presentation, etc.

    To Participate in a webinar you can connect to an event from virtually any place in the world (with internet access, of course).

  • What do I need to participate in a webinar?

    You will need a device such as a computer, a tablet or a smartphone with internet access.

    You should pay special attention to your internet connection. Webinars are live events, so your connection speed is going to influence how well you see and hear a webinar presenter (meaning, how well you can understand the information being presented).

    We recommend you to use the connection speed of no less than 1 Mbps.

    In order to reduce the chances of failures or freezes during the online seminars, we advise you not to download any files for the time of an event.

    We also recommend you to close all applications that could influence the connection speed, such as Skype, torrent downloads, etc.

  • How do I join a webinar?
    Step 1

    5-10 minutes before the webinar starts, follow the link you have received from IFERP.

    Step 2

    Once you click the link, an authorization window will open in a browser tab. You need to fill in all the fields marked with an asterisk.

    Enter your name, e-mail address, type the password you received from a presenter.

    Step 3

    After filling in all the required data, press Login. You may also join a webinar via social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. To do so, press the corresponding button. A specialized service, Social Entrance Authorization, will then request access to your account. After logging into the webinar, you can deny access to the service.

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