Cyber Security Awareness Course

You've probably heard of cybersecurity, but Personal Security Testing Campaign(PSTC) ‎is all about protecting your own smartphones and devices. Enabling specific settings ‎to defend you from unwanted cybercriminal attention.‎

‎Why we need this?‎

Rather ask yourself this question why do you need personal security testing?

Today's information flow is brisk. We must enter our personal information in order to ‎use a simple photo editing app. While giving them our personal information we oversee ‎the need and purpose of such information. This gives the attacker what they need. ‎INFORMATION! To be exploited. ‎

For example, when you install a photo editing app, it will ask for access to your contacts ‎and phone. Have you ever wondered why? Why is it necessary for a photo application to ‎have access to your contacts?‎

For hackers, our ignorance is bliss! They easily gain access to our phones as a result of ‎this, and we have no idea how the attack occurred.‎‎


How Invesics Can Mentor Againts Digital Fraud!

‎89 percent of users are unaware that smartphone apps can send sensitive payment ‎information like credit card numbers to other parties without the user's knowledge or ‎authorization.‎

Protect yourself

How you can be a victim of Fraud or Data leak ?‎


Mr. Mehta (real name changed) is a government college lecturer. He purchased ‎something from an online store. He received a call from the company a few seconds later, ‎asking him to give the OTP, which he did. His bank account was immediately deducted for ‎Rs. 20,000. When he didn't receive the purchased item a few days later, he became upset. ‎He made a phone call to the firm. He went over the situation in detail. On account of ‎helping him they said he’ll get an OTP during the call and he’d have to share it. He ‎followed suit, and Rs. 30,000 was deducted from his bank account. He tried calling the ‎numbers again, but no one answered this time. Mr. Mehta was at a loss of Rs. 50,000 and ‎was feeling cheated and frustrated.


  • ‎Never give out your OTP to anyone. All banks inform their customers that bank ‎employees would never ask for an OTP in the course of assisting them
  • When shopping online, always uses reputable websites. All legitimate e-commerce ‎businesses have a route via which you may get your money refunded, an item replaced, ‎or a returned item, among other things


Here are some helpful hints for dealing with certain types of cybercrime

If you've been the victim of identity theft, you should: Change your passwords for all of ‎your internet accounts. With a mix of upper and lowercase characters, numerals, and ‎symbols, make it long, strong, and distinct.‎‎

Any illegal or compromised credit or charge accounts should be closed. Notify the firms ‎that you believe someone is exploiting your identity and inquire about any illicit ‎transactions.‎‎‎

Consider what additional personal information could be in risk. Depending on the sort of ‎theft, you may need to call additional agencies.‎

Make a report to your local police department. A copy of the law enforcement report will ‎be required in your banks, creditors, other businesses, credit bureaus, etc.‎

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Cybersecurity firms like ‎INVESICS ‎ help you identify the criminal and save you all the hassle and worry you are going through.‎ We have dealt with many such cases like these and others such as ‎cyberbullying, identity ‎theft, cyberstalking etc.