There are many cyber security issues in India that requires urgent attention of Indian government. For instance, issues like cyber terrorism, cyber warfare, cyber espionage, etc are some of the burning cyber security issues that deserve attention of our policy makers. This also means that we must develop both offensive and defensive cyber security capabilities in India.
For the past few years, serious cyber threats have been endangering the critical infrastructures of India and there is an urgent need to strengthen critical infrastructure protection in India. To achieve this objection, cyber security skills development in India must be immediately ensured.
While Indian government has been indifferent to cyber security of India for long yet a few committed and dedicated private players have been playing a pro active role in this regard. For instance, Perry4Law, Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) and Perry4Law Techno Legal ICT Training Centre (PTLITC) have launched exclusive techno legal cyber forensics research centre of India, cyber security research centre of India and cyber crimes investigation centre of India for long.
There is no doubt that cyber security of India is under transformation but we are too lax in this regard. The cyber security initiatives of India must be expedited as we do not have any more time to waste. Similarly, while cyber security initiatives have been strengthened by private players like PTLB yet Indian government must also play a pro active role in this regard.
It would be a good idea to seek the services of those who can make a difference in this regard. The same can be effectively achieved by formulating the cyber security policy of India and acting accordingly.