Who is Kamakshi Sharma, who created history in cyber world, on which film will be made

Ghaziabad’s daughter Kamakshi Sharma is known worldwide for her work in curbing cybercrime and raising awareness. Without a post, in 2019, Kamakshi trained 50,000 police personnel from Jammu to Kanyakumari to curb cybercrime. Kamakshi’s name was entered in the World Book of Records for a month for training police officers including several IPS officers from […]
 


Who is Kamakshi Sharma, who created history in cyber world, on which film will be made

Ghaziabad’s daughter Kamakshi Sharma is known worldwide for her work in curbing cybercrime and raising awareness. Without a post, in 2019, Kamakshi trained 50,000 police personnel from Jammu to Kanyakumari to curb cybercrime.

Kamakshi’s name was entered in the World Book of Records for a month for training police officers including several IPS officers from Jammu to Kanyakumari and solving over 5,000 cyber crime cases.

He has previously been listed in India Book of Records and Asia Book of Records. Now, Deepak Mukut, the producer of Sohum Rock Star Entertainment’s Dhakkar, Mulk, Apne 2, Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana and Sanam Teri Kasam is all set to make a film on her life.

Mumbai Kamakshi has been called and signed for its biopic. The biographical film will see a lead actress playing her role. There will be ups and downs for every middle class family and every aspect of cyber crime prevention to reach this point.

According to Kamakshi, the filmmakers will release it internationally. So that India’s name shines globally in the prevention of cyber crime.

Kamakshi Sharma, a resident of Budhana Gate, Meerut, lives with her family in Old Panchavati these days. Her father Raghu Sharma is a supervisor in a private company in Delhi.

study from ghaziabad

Kamakshi did her 10th and 12th from private schools in Ghaziabad. After this he did B.Tech from Garhwal University. While studying here, he passed the ethical hacking exam, after which he continued to work on cybercrime.

He received a mission from the Ministry of Home Affairs called the National Police Group, under which IPS officers posted in different states in more than 30 cities from Jammu and Kashmir to Kanyakumari and over 35,000 police personnel were trained in cybercrime. Its aim was to crack down on cybercrime by the police.

My goal is to make the country cyber expert

Kamakshi Sharma says that till now we know many countries including America, China, Russia, Germany as cyber experts but India can also become the world’s biggest expert. In our country people are using internet very fast. Due to this there is a tendency to avoid cybercrime.