24th Feb 2023, Friday
06:00pm - 08:00pm
Seminar Hall-1 (1st floor: Central Hall)
The term ‘Cybersecurity posture and policy guidelines’ is considered a ‘living document’, and it is mainly the practice of protecting systems, networks, and programs from digital attacks. Bangladesh’s cyber security policies became well known internationally in 2016 when the country’s central bank was the subject of one of the largest digital bank heists to date, where about US$101 million was stolen from the Bangladesh Bank’s account with the New York Federal Reserve Bank by hackers (The Daily Star, 2016). The government issued a cyber-security declaration in 2017, requesting that organizations develop actionable cyber-security road maps that would be approved and monitored by top management. The declaration was signed by the Honourable State Minister for ICT, Mr. Zunaid Ahmed Palak. Bangladesh has already prepared its national cyber security strategy following the pillars of the International Telecommunication Union’s Global Cyber Security Agenda (GCA). In conclusion, it can be noted that organizations can use cyber security standards in order to help themselves identify and implement appropriate measures to protect their own systems and data from cyber threats, which indicates that Bangladesh’s cybercrime policy is in line with enough international and global appreciations. Ultimately, the authorities who are concerned on the posture and policy guidelines of cyber security will acquire guidance and assistance from this seminar session.
Chief Information Technology officer (CITO)
Commercial Bank of Ceylon PLC
Head of Information Security
Eastern Bank Ltd
Professor & Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Daffodil International University
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