India developing cyber defense program
New Delhi: India is developing a cyber defense program aimed at protecting vital sectors like defense, railways and power, a top military scientist has said.
"The Defense Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is developing an indigenous technology to ensure networking systems are safe and secure. It has completed 50 percent of the project to protect cyber network in the country from malware and hackers," DRDO Director KD Nayak was quoted by the local media as saying at a two-day seminar in the southern city of Bangalore.
The top scientist said that the remaining 50 percent of the project will be completed soon.
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