Priyanka embraces forward-thinking and applications-oriented mission and is working on several strategic partnerships between academia and the public and private sector, including the creation of cyber security platform and Technology Innovation Center (TIC) focusing on IT & cyber security, and green technologies.
Priyanka is committed to educating a new generation of engineers ready to address societal challenges. Long an advocate for women pursuing education and career opportunities in IT field, she is an active proponent of education that encourages girls to experience the thrill of discovery and design. She is also the recipient of numerous awards which recognizes her significant contributions toward the advancement of women in technology as well as for her professional achievements in the technology field.
She is a member of IEEE, Computers Society of India and has 17 years of experience into various domains including cyber security and cyber forensics. Priyanka is visiting faculty at Central Bureau of Investigation(CBI) academy, National Research & Innovation Centre, I4C, MHA, Govt of India and has conducted various workshops in Universities, Colleges, Corporates and trained National and International senior law enforcement officers.
- Master in Computer Applications (MCA)
- ISO/IEC27001:2013 Lead Auditor
- ISO/IEC27001:2013 Lead Implementer
- PG Diploma in Cyber Security
- ICSI|CNSS certified Network Security Specialist
- Osforensics Triage Certification from Passmarks Software
- Drone Forensics- Short term course
- Program in Internet Crime Investigation
She has authored the book “Cybercrime & Preventive Measures”. It is published by BPB. It is specially for the people who are not technical or have very basic understanding of computers and other digital devices so that every one can be familiar with the types of cybercrime. This book covers Cybercrime stories and tricks used by cybercriminals to trap people and preventive tips to avoid cybercrimes.
- Get familiar with the top-rated cybercrime incidents in India.
- Understand the different types of cyber crimes and the Modus of Operandi adopted by cybercriminals.
- Learn to identify and manage cybersecurity threats and protect yourself from cyber vulnerabilities.
An article on Windows Registry Forensic Analysis was published in Indian Police Journal (2020), Bureau of Police Research & Development, MHA, Govt of India.
Her various articles have been published in International Cyber Security magazines and she did her research work on firewalls and cyber security products for US based companies.
Recognition by the420.in
CQ 100: Meet The Dynamic Women Changing The Face Of Indian Cyberspace
This International Women’s Day, The420.in along with Noida-based NGO Root64 InfoSec Research Foundation conducted a pan-India online survey to acknowledge the efforts of women who have made a difference in the online world and made the digital world safer. These women have broken the dreadful glass-ceilings of the perception of cybersecurity being a man’s job. (https://www.the420.in/meet-the-dynamic-women-changing-the-face-of-indian-cyberspace/) –Excerpts from the website the420.in