The government is doing this special preparation to stop cyber crime, India is the second most affected country

Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology Rajiv Chandrashekhar said on Wednesday that the government is in the process of bringing a regulation to fix the responsibility of disclosing it to the relevant authority for organizations affected by cyber crime.


100 million cyber incidents reported
On the occasion of the launch of IBM Security Command Center for Asia-Pacific region in Bengaluru, Chandrashekhar said that the Indian-CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team) has been informed about 100 million cyber incidents so far. As far as cyber attacks are concerned. India is the second most affected country.


Organizations will give information
He said, “New regulations are being brought in. Under this, organizations will be responsible for giving information about cyber crimes. After this arrangement, they cannot suppress such things.


Government agencies should have complete information
Chandrashekhar said, “It is important that whatever are the risks and activities happening in the cyber sector in the country. The government and government agencies should have complete information about it.


Will make cyber sector reliable
According to the minister, the priority of the government is to make the cyber sector safe and reliable. “We are investing a lot on capacity building. Internet should be reliable and free as well as secure. Also the intermediaries working on the internet should be accountable to the customers.


IBM chief said this,
IBM India Managing Director Sandeep Patel announced the establishment of the company’s second security command center and first of its kind in the Asia-Pacific region. Its purpose is to provide training in cyber security response techniques. The investment includes a new Security Operations Center. It will provide security services to customers from different countries.

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