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Truecaller conducts cybersafety trainings in Bengaluru as part of its women safety initiatives

Truecaller, the world's leading global communications platform, in collaboration with CyberPeace Foundation, a non-partisan civil society organization, conducted their first training in Karnataka as part of the ongoing national True CyberSafe campaign.


The training focused on increasing awareness about cybercrime and building the capacity to navigate digital communication safely. Pramila Naidu, Chairperson-State Commission for Women and Chairman-Rajya Mahila Ayoga, Karnataka, BS Angadi, KSPS, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Crime 2, Bengaluru along with Pragya of Truecaller and Purnendu Singh of CyberPeace Foundation spoke at the event that was attended by students, faculties of various universities, police officers and others held at B.M.S. College of Engineering.


The campaign has already reached close to 3 lakh Indians so far through impactful training sessions in the North Eastern Region and New Delhi. Through these awareness sessions, the attendees learn about the recent cyber scams and frauds, safety measures that people can take and the reporting mechanisms available within Truecaller and otherwise that allow for relevant authorities like the Police to take action. Click Here

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