Why Cyber Security Policies required for Digital India

Anurag Singh, Brijmohan Singh

Abstract


India is perched on the cusp of computerized development. The administration has defeated
its depreciators with a hawk looked at center to accomplish this objective for the nation.
The Indian government has lodged on a program to transform the nation into an advanced
economy. It has make open a progression of activities—from presenting Digital Locker, which
takes out the requirement for individuals to convey printed versions of reports issued by
the administration, to demonetization, which has impelled the utilization of computerized
installments the nation over. The move towards an advanced economy is probably going to
help enact a new rush of financial development, draw in greater venture, and make new
employments, over numerous divisions. Notwithstanding, it additionally represents a major
test, that of cybersecurity. With the move towards a computerized economy, expanding
measure of buyer and national information will be put away carefully and an extensive
number of exchanges will be done on the web, by organizations, people and also government
divisions. In any case, it additionally represents a major test, that of cybersecurity. With the
move towards a computerized economy, expanding measure of shopper and national
information will be put away carefully and a substantial number of exchanges will be
completed on the web, by organizations, people and also government divisions. That makes
India a greater focus for digital lawbreakers and programmers. Different partners, particularly
Indian organizations, should be better arranged to deal with this risk. National cybersecurity
technique is a fundamental component as cybersecurity is expected to ensure also, empower
computerized economy.

Keywords


cybersecurity, Digital India, Online transaction, personal data security, national cybersecurity strategy, cyber threats, cybercrime.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29320/sjnpgrj.v2i01.11035

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