Cyber security threats pose the most threat to National security, and building cyber hygiene is very important, according to the National Cyber Security Coordinator.
While speaking at the DX Secure Summit, Pant urged for greater awareness about cybersecurity in the country.
Threats to cyber security are one of the most significant risks to national security, and awareness and strengthening cyber hygiene are very important, according to Pant.
Ashutosh Chadha, the head of Microsoft India and the CEO of the government affairs, said that cybercriminality cost economies more than $6 trillion per year (Rs. 4.6 crore) per year, and it is expected to increase by 2025.
Chadha believes this signals across the industry that every individual should create a culture of security.
Vijay Thadani, chair of the CII Center for Digital Transformation and NIIT vice-chair, believes artificial intelligence solutions may be used as the best mitigation factors for cyber threats, and India should focus on becoming a cybersecurity solution provider.
According to Thadani, cybersecurity isn''t just about managing risk, it is also a strategic issue that influences product capability, organizational effectiveness, and customer relationships.
Police said the website of the Institute of Science in Nagpur was hacked by hackers who identified themselves as DragonForce Malaysia, according to the message on its website.
Several nations, including Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Indonesia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Jordan, Bahrain, Maldives, Malaysia, Oman, Iraq, and Libya, have condemned the hacking of the website.
The website''s homepage featured a message in which people were encouraged to participate in a conference or campaign against India. According to the authorities, the website was hacked through a malware, which identified themselves as DragonForce Malaysia, according to police inspectors.