Pakistan's first 'National Center for Cyber Security' to be inaugurated on Monday
It has been established at Air University Islamabad and Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal is likely to inaugurate the center.
The center is aimed at becoming the leading hub of innovation and scientific research to develop tools and technology to protect Pakistan’s cyber space and knowledge transfer to local economy and training.
The National Center will comprise a number of affiliated labs at various universities.
Air University is also introducing four-year BS Cyber Security program.
The study course is designed to develop students' strong base in computing and impart to them cyber security skills to design, deploy and manage secure systems as well as to prevent existing systems from cyber attacks.
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