Cyber security is a norm in today’s technology-driven business. Every organisation and every individual needs to have a holistic view of security which will help identify, detect, protect, monitor and respond to cyber-threats. Not understanding the changing landscape of cyber security or worse, being enveloped in a false sense of security can make or break organisations. Today we stand at risk to lose critical, valuable data and assets. Understanding potential threats, their context, identifying a company’s vital information and what needs to be secured is an integral component of cyber security.
One of the biggest myths is that cyber security is just an IT problem. Decisions about cyber security have implications throughout your organization—not only for technology-focused teams, but for every team. It only takes one bad actor or one mistake to put the entire organization in jeopardy. Therefore, all of us have a role to play in keeping our organization secure. As technologies advance in the blink of an eye, organisations need to be ever-vigilant and updated with the entire gamut of the cyber security domain. Understanding potential threats, their context, readiness to counter, manage them and create a sustainable cyber security environment is the order of the day.
The rise of Social Media has introduced a new security paradigm, one that puts users – employees, customers and partners- squarely in the attacker’s crosshairs. Social media has become the new cyber battleground, presenting one of the largest, most dynamic risks to organisational and individual security in decades.
Organizations invest immense resources into social media, which is quickly becoming the primary communication method for both individuals and businesses. But intertwined in the snaps, pins and tweets are a multitude of information security and business risks, spanning targeted phishing, social engineering, account takeover, piracy, fraud and more. As social media continues to dominate business communications, there is an imminent need to understand and address the risks posed by social media, the largest unsecured IT network on earth. The nature of social networks enables users to easily upload and share photos, music videos, even thoughts and details about themselves. Social engagement thus flows with as little effort from the engaged users as a couple of keystrokes. But this very nature of social networks makes them the web hot spots for cyber crooks to concentrate their activity. They always go to big ponds, where there’s plenty of fish to catch. And Facebook, Twitter, Google +, Pinterest and LinkedIn have become the hot spots where they launch their scams, hoping to breach the internet security of as many users as they can. Well, the majority of cyber crooks want to make some easy money leveraging on people’s enthusiasm. But there are also cyber stalkers, cyber bullies and even child predators who can invade your online privacy, sometimes taking the privacy threat to the real world.


• Understand the nature and scope of cyber and social media criminality, and adopt best practices when it comes to organisational/business vertical cyber and social media hygiene
• Explore risk management techniques to mitigate cyber security and social media safety threats and diverse governance frameworks for the same.
• Evaluate organisation security culture and get insights on how to make it more resilient.
• Learn about new technologies that may play a role in cyber security and social media in the future.
• Understand the challenges of managing and budgeting cyber defence and social media safety.

Who can participate?

Business Managers, business analysts, professionals, business executives, entrepreneurs, researchers, academicians, consultants, students, independent practitioners in companies/private or public organizations who want to gain insight into Cyber security and Social media safety.

Resource Person


Mr. Prabhankar Tripathi

Lucideus Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

Mr.PrabhankarTripathi is presently the Information Security Auditor, Lucideus. He is an expert in VAPT with good understanding of Web Application and Network Security Assessment Techniques and has experience of 500+ hour in Session in Colleges and Corporates in India. Prabhankar is also an avid speaker and speaks regularly in highly Reputed Colleges/Universities like Delhi University, GLA University and Ansal University. He is listed in honourable mentions in several websites like Hostinger, UPSRTC Legal etc. He has also worked with several government organizations.


Ms. Akanksha Bharadwaj

Assistant Professor, RDIAS

Ms.Akanksha Upadhyaya has been associated with RDIAS from past 6 years with overall experience of 10 years, as an Academician. She has teaching experience in the field of Information Technology, Computer Science and Management Studies. Her Qualification includes B.Sc., B.Ed., MCA, MBA and currently pursuing PhD from Amity University in the Area of Data Authentication and fraud detection. Under her vast experience, she has successfully organized mega events like annual cultural fest, International Conference and Faculty development programme. She has presented papers in various National and International Conferences and also received best paper award. She has published more than 10 research papers in Scopus Indexed conferences and Scopus Indexed Journals such as IEEE, Springer, Inderscience, Elsevier, IGI Global to name a few. She has been invited as Speaker and Resource Person in the field of Research Methodology and Data Authentication in number of faculty development programs.

Organizing Committee

Chief Patron

Shri. K. C. Garg
Founder President, SPMES
Chairman, RDIAS


Prof. (Dr.) Raman Garg
Director, RDIAS

MDP Convener

Dr. Tripti Bajpai Toor
Associate Professor, RDIAS


Registration Fee: Rs. 1500 per candidate

Interested candidates can apply to the MDP online Link Available at the Below.

  • For further details contact :- Dr. Tripti Bajpai Toor (Mob) 9818664480

Payment Mode

Through Demand Draft (or cheque payable at par) favouring “Rukmini Devi Instiute of Advanced Studies” payable at Delhi. The registration fee can also be paid directly into the following Bank Account:

Bank Name: PNB
Account Name: Rukmini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies

Account Type: Saving Account Number: 0649010100018152
IFS Code: PUNB0456300
Bank Address: Punjab National Bank, Madhuban Chowk, Rohini, Delhi-110085

Certificate of Participation

All participants will be awarded Certification of Participation upon completion of the program.

Important Dates

  • Date of Management Development Programme- 28 June, 2019
  • Last date to register- 15 June, 2019
  • Last date to avail early bird discount- 10th June, 2019

Program Coverage


Rukmini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies
2A & 2B, Phase-1, Madhuban Chowk, Outer Ring Road, Rohini, Delhi-110085
Phone : 011-27864596, 011-27867301
Fax :011-27867212 E-mail :