Experts from India, Japan discuss cyber security
New Delhi: In an effort to shore up cooperation between India and Japan in cyber security, experts and researchers from both the countries are holding deliberations here.
At a seminar on `cyber security and global standardisation`, the participants deliberated on tackling cyber crime, privacy and security in online media and ensuring security of network systems, besides other related issues.
The three-day seminar has been organised by Guru Tegh Bahadur Institute of Technology (GTBIT).
"To curb cyber crime, there`s a need to attain complete control of the internet, even wireless connections," said Ramjee Prasad, Founding Chairman of Global ICT Standardization Forum for India (GISFI) on teh second day today.
Ryoji Yamazaki, Director ICT Security office in the Government of Japan, talked about the cyber security mechanism in his country.
The technical sessions in the workshop saw presentations by representatives from Nokia,
Siemens, TCS and L&T. Engineering students from various technical universities also participated in the seminar. A number of researchers from the US and Denmark also attended the seminar.
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