Mirror Now Launches Special Series, "Mirror Now Against Cyber Scam"

Representing the voice and issues of every thinking urban Indian, Mirror Now has been the nation’s change headquarters driving conversations on pertinent topics that affect the daily lives of common people. Furthering its mission, the channel presents "Mirror Now Against Cyber Scam”, a special series that aims to address the rampant rise in cyber frauds and empower viewers with the guidance to stay vigilant and secure in the ever-evolving digital landscape.  Starting November 24 and airing every Friday at 7:30 pm, the 6-part series will be anchored by Shreya Upadhyaya.

Over the years, Cybercrime has emerged in new and unique ways displacing people's knowledge of safety and risk aversion associated with the various digital platforms. Mirror Now's new series serves as a critical knowledge pool for the viewers to understand various facets of cybercrime, do’s and don'ts for safeguarding and immediate steps to be taken if scammed, including legal recourse with platforms and banks.

Bringing expert voices to provide in-depth insights on the issue, Mirror Now Against Cyber Scam series will feature policymakers, Cyber Experts and Police Officials outlining actionable steps to ensure the safety of the citizens on cyber threats. The first episode airing today will bring forth the stories of various cybercrime victims and will also feature a special panel discussion with Amit Dubey, Cyber Security Expert and Yashovardhan Azad, Former IPS Officer, adding authoritative perspectives to the critical discussion.

Enlightening viewers with practical knowledge to assert their rights, the series will deep dive into various Cyber Laws in India, providing a lucid and comprehensive understanding of how each law functions. The series will also focus on unravelling the intricacies of cybercrime, including the demographic details of the criminals and their targeted strategies.



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