Unique cybersecurity application developed by a student at KL University

A group of students from KL Deemed-to-be University have developed a “cybersecurity app” that offers features such as online complaint filing, online internships, online consultation, and more. cyber alert The application is available in English and Telugu. This app is simple, convenient and absolutely crucial to ensuring its digital security, says the university.

Dr Rahul Shashank, final year student at College of Law, KL Deemed-to-be University, pursuing her BA in BBA, LLB developed the app to help users every step of their way in safeguarding their digital identity .

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The app alerts users before they fall victim to it. A perfect amalgamation of information, advice and solutions, the Cyber ​​Alert application offers several features that provide the user with an understanding of cybercrime and the means to combat it. The app has other features, including filing computer complaints. Using this feature, a user can file a cyber complaint through the e-filing link provided with the disclaimers in the app.

You can check the status of a file that has been filed through this application. The app also provides study material on cybersecurity and cybernetic laws, Computer law of 2000 and Computer law of 2008, computer forms and the latest cybersecurity news. It will also help the user with the best opportunity for cybersecurity internships and workshops.

In addition, a list of cyber police stations is also available on the app to help users find the nearest cyber police stations by enabling GPS / location. The application also has an “online legal aid”, which is divided into two sub-modules, namely cyber-expert advice and cyber-volunteer.

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“Often, unauthorized access to your private information goes undetected by common users. The increase in the number of cyber attacks during the pandemic prompted us to launch the app. The University was quite confident in this endeavor and supported our journey throughout. We are grateful for the mentorship and guidance provided by the faculty, ”explained Shashank.

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