Cybercrime in India caused a loss of Rs 1.25 lakh crore in 2019. And cyber threats will continue to increase. This is due to begin developing countries and roll out smart city 5G networks, among other initiatives, the National Cyber ​​Security Coordinator Lt Gen (Dr) Rajesh Pant Tuesday, He said that there are very few Indian companies that made some cybersecurity products and there is a huge void in this sector.

Cybersecurity to develop custom solutions for checking cyber attacks

Cybercrime in India caused a loss of Rs 1.25 lakh crore in 2019. Cyber threats continue to increase due to begin developing countries: Cyber Lawyers

Furthermore, Pant called for setting up an industry forum. That will especially work for cybersecurity to develop custom solutions for checking cyber-attacks. Last year, official figures we are in loss of Rs 1.25 lakh crore due to cybercrime in India.

Ransomware attacks increasing daily

Ransomware attacks increasing daily and these criminals have been working from home. They do not have any doubts. Moreover, They are heartless people. They attacked the hospital. It is because they know in an emergency hospital will pay. Pant said at an event organized by industry body FICCI.

He said that there are a lot of vulnerabilities in devices. It is in cell phones that people use to access the service. We do the analysis of the attack vector on the phone. We found that it not only apps. But there are 15 different attack vectors from where I was able to hack into the phone.

That includes the operating system, processor, memory chips, the communication interface, Bluetooth, and wi-fi, says Pant.

In addition to applications that people download from the official store and third-party sources. He said that most of the applications bundled or pre-installed applications have been found to transmit data.

On August 15, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that a new cybersecurity strategy will be presented to the nation. This will be as dependence on cyberspace will increase multi-fold in the coming years.

According to Pant, the National Cyber ​​Security Strategy (NCSS) is to ensure a safe, secure, reliable, robust, and vibrant virtual world in India.

This (NCSS) is now at the highest level of waiting for the last level of signatures, he said. Pant also said that the government under the NCSS will push to build a lot of custom capabilities. They are the central apex body, frame, and cybersecurity incident response team at the legislative and sectoral, and country levels. ” Contact Top Ranking Cyberbullying Case Advocates in India.

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