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Aamir Ibrahim, CEO, Jazz delivers talk on preventing cybercrime

Aamir Ibrahim, CEO, Jazz delivers talk on preventing cybercrime

Islamabad August 12, 2020: Aimed at sharing practical experience to help strengthen cybersecurity measures in Pakistan, Aamir Ibrahim, CEO of Jazz delivered an engaging presentation to under-training officers of the Federal Investigation Agency Cybercrime Wing at the National Police Academy. During the session, the role of Jazz was also highlighted in leading industry-wide initiatives to support increased security throughout the entire mobile ecosystem. Aamir Ibrahim appreciated the FIA cybercrime wing’s ongoing programs in collaboration with industry stakeholders to make the internet safe for all, especially women and children, and raising public awareness to empower societies in the joint fight against cybercrime.

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