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Union Bank of India unveils Cyber Security Mascot to create Cyber Security Awareness

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(Seen in the photograph is Ms. A Manimekhalai, MD&CEO, Union Bank of India flanked by Mr Nitesh Ranjan, Mr. Rajneesh Karnatak & Mr Nidhu Saxena, Executive Directors, Union Bank of India on unveiling of the Cyber Security Mascots at Mumbai.)

Union Bank of India announced a unique initiative, first of its kind in the Cyber Security Domain by creating & adopting the concept of Cyber Security Mascots to promote Cyber Security awareness amongst its Staff and Customers towards building robust Cyber safe Bank.

The Cyber Security Mascots, named U SuKsha (Female Mascot) and UKshak (Male Mascot) were unveiled by Ms. A. Manimekhalai, MD&CEO, Union Bank of India at Mumbai.

Union Bank of India has taken this proactive step towards meeting the guidelines of  Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India to observe 1st Wednesday of every month as ‘Cyber Jaagrookta (Awareness) Diwas’ with special emphasis on capacity building of employees to deal with the challenges of Cyber-crimes.

This Cyber Security Mascot will act as an enabler to spread Digital awareness amongst Bank’s customers to protect them against the dangers of the Cyber world.

Cyber Security Mascots will be the face of Union Bank’s Cyber Security campaigns to build a robust Cyber Security culture in the Bank and prevention of Cyber frauds.

On the occasion Union Bank of India also launched Cyber Badges, Cyber Cards, Cyber Security Play Book, Cyber Moment on Cyber Safety and Security measures for capacity building of employees to deal with Cyber challenges.

Female Mascot: Union Bank Cyber Security Mascot

Male Mascot: Union Bank Cyber Security

Super Couple: Union Bank Cyber Security Mascot

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