It is essential to provide security to everyone on the internet: Mustafa Jabbar
Telecommunication Minister Mustafa Jabbar commented that digital security is
essential for all types of internet users including children.
He said safe internet is
essential to build skilled human resources capable of tackling the challenges
of digital art revolution. To achieve this goal, we will have to work in a
coordinated way by determining to do the right thing.
The task of securing
digital security is not a single department and agency act, said Mustafa
Jabbar. It is easy to deal with the situation if the concerned agencies
including the Digital Security Agency and the law enforcement agencies work
The minister said this
while speaking as the chief guest at the Digital Security and Duty Headworks
Workshop organized by Digital Security Agency and Information Technology
Division in Dhaka on Saturday.
The minister said the
government started work on Digital Bangladesh three years before the fourth
industrial revolution was discussed in the world. No one even thought that
digital safety law would be introduced in Bangladesh. Its coverage in the
digital world and its security is a huge issue. There is no scope to debate
Children need to use the Internet
to create skilled human resources to combat the global challenges of the
future. The minister said that in order to provide a safe Internet to the new
generation from the age of five years, the minister will have to make
Because we are asking for
achieving skill on the internet, on the other hand, if not able to secure their
security, it will not be possible.
Referring to the digital
war in the coming days, the minister said, there is a need to gain huge
potential in this regard. In front of the wonderful technology, the driverless
car will run, the Robot Garments Industry will serve as an alternative to the
The Minister stressed the
need for technology to be protected by technology and creating awareness.
Presided over by ICT Division
Secretary NM Ziaul Alam, and in the presence of the Policy Adviser Anir
Chowdhury of A2I, Senior Member of Parliament, Aparajita Haque, Legislative and
Parliamentary Affairs Affairs Secretary Mohammad Shahidul Haque, Director
General of Digital Security Agency Md. Rashedul Islam and BASIS President Syed
Almas Kabir spoke on the occasion.
The Vice-Chancellor of
Canadian University of Bangladesh presented the keynote paper. Mohammad
Commissioner of Police Monirul Islam and ISPAB President Mohammad Aminul Hakim
took part in the discussion in the discussion.