The use of and dependence of the internet is a global phenomena. Unfortunately, the terror organizations are also using the cyberspace to spread their toxic ideologies, recruiting the vulnerable youth and sharing a plethora of terror propaganda. Therefore, youth radicalization has emerged as phenomena across the world. BIPSS organized a National Conference on Cyber Radicalisation: Challenges and Way Forward, on 25th January, 2018. The following sessions of the conference are Cyber Radicalisation: Threats and Challenges, Cyber Education, Cyber Hygiene, Cyber Safety and Cyber Awareness: The Crucial Quadrant and The Impact of Social Media: Living in the Virtual World. Eminent experts from academia, think tanks, journalists, members from elite counter terror units, distinguished diplomats were present in the national conference.
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