- With countries resorting to digital warfare and hackers targeting business organizations and government processes, India has to create awareness that not a single person or institution is immune to it.
- Strengthening of Existing Cyber Security Framework: National cyber security projects such as the National Cyber Coordination Centre (NCCC), National Critical Information Infrastructure Protection Centre (NCIIPC) and the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) need to be strengthened manifold and reviewed.
- Bringing Cyber Security in Education: Educational institutions including central universities, private universities, industry associations, Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) must incorporate courses on cyber security.
- Integrated Approach: Given increasing dominance of mobile and telecommunication, both National cyber security policy and National Telecom Policy will have to effectively coalesce to make a comprehensive policy for 2030.
However, India is among the top few countries facing cyber-attacks. Globally, it is estimated that the cost of cyber-attacks for 2017 added up to around $600 Billion. The number mounts up every year, and by 2021 experts is suggesting a figure of $6 Trillion per year. Hence, proper coordination is needed between the countries, coordinator and respective regulators to negate this menace.