Need for Cybersecurity Policies in India

Need for Cybersecurity Policies in India

Law enforcement is in charge of public safety and police officers these days rely on technology for many parts of their job. Cybersecurity in law enforcement has become a vital aspect of police work across the globe. Cybersecurity police technology is increasingly becoming essential as people are witnessing a public outrage over the ever-growing ransomware and hacking. In this case, according to the survey research, 88.2% responded saying that the Indian government should implement a cybersecurity procedural law, whereas 11.8% answered no. This shows that the highest number of respondents think that it can change the system to an extent when it comes to eradicating ransomware.

Yes 

88.2%

No

11.8%

Almost all enterprises are currently implementing cybersecurity in their workplaces. To ensure the cybersecurity of your organization, you must have a set of boundaries in place at both the local and virtual levels. When asked about having a cybersecurity program already in place, among the 268 responses, 33.8% agreed to outsource, 26.5% answered in-house, 22.1% has no idea about it and 17.6% has no program in place.

Implementing Cybersecurity at Workplace

No program in place

33.80%

In-house

26.50%

No idea

22.10%

No program in place

17.60%

Over 18 million cases of cyber-attacks and threats were recorded within the first three months of 2022 in India, with an average of nearly 200,000 threats delivered every day, according to the cyber security firm Norton. So with respect to India's requirement for serious cybersecurity rules, from among 268 respondents, 67.6% say yes and 26.5% say no.

India's Requirement for Serious Cybersecurity Rules

Yes

67.60%

No

26.50%

The Indian government believes that cyber security and the effective use of information technology in academic and administrative sectors will be included in the new school curriculum. When asked if cybersecurity should be a part of the Indian education curriculum from an early age, 77.9% answered yes and 19.1% answered no.

If cybersecurity should be a part of the Indian education curriculum

Yes

77.90%

No

19.10%

Disclaimer: Analytics Insight does not provide financial advice or guidance. Also note that the cryptocurrencies mentioned/listed on the website could potentially be scams, i.e. designed to induce you to invest financial resources that may be lost forever and not be recoverable once investments are made. You are responsible for conducting your own research (DYOR) before making any investments. Read more here.

logo
Analytics Insight
www.analyticsinsight.net