London: India has called for global coordination to ensure that Internet continues to thrive without the fear of its misuse. Sachin Pilot, Minister of State for Information and Communications, told the London International Cyber Conference that "given the nature of the task and the fact that IT networks can be attacked from anywhere in the world and that digital footprints are easy to hide, global coordination is essential to ensure that Internet continues to thrive without the fear of its misuse."
He outlined the Crisis Management Plan that has been developed in India to counter cyber attacks and cyber terrorism and to constantly scan the Indian cyber space during the global conference on cyber security. Pilot spoke on the topic 'Hopes and Fears' in the first session of the Conference which was chaired by the UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Rt Hon William Hague.
08:46 AM, Nov 02, 2011
New Delhi: Pitching for an effective global mechanism to deal with cyber threats in the wake of spiralling growth of Internet, Britain today said it can jointly work with India on new avenues of research to make online space safer. Marcus Winsley, Head of the Press and Communication Group of British High Commission in India, noted that UK holds a major stake in cyber security as the country loses around...
10:48 AM, Nov 01, 2011
New Delhi: India's Minister of State for Communications and IT Sachin Pilot will lead a delegation of senior officials from the IT department, National Security Council and the external affairs ministry to a two-day international cyber conference in London. "The conference will deliberate upon issues related to economic and social benefits of cyber space, anticipating, preventing and tackling cyber crime and international implications of actions in cyber space," said a...
09:51 AM, Oct 29, 2011