India Israel Agreement to Protect Online Business from Cyber ​​Thieves.

India Israel Agreement to Protect Online Business from Cyber ​​Thieves.


India Israel Agreement to Protect Online Business from Cyber ​​Thieves.

India Israel Agreement to Protect Online Business from Cyber ​​Thieves.


India and Israel have signed an agreement to enhance mutual cooperation in cybersecurity. The agreement was signed by Yigal Unna, General Director of Israel's National Cyber ​​Directorate, and Indian Ambassador to Israel Sanjeev Shukla.

Jerusalem: India and Israel have signed an agreement to enhance mutual cooperation in cybersecurity as digitalization accelerates during the Corona era. The agreement was signed by Yigal Unna, General Director of Israel's National Cyber ​​Directorate, and Indian Ambassador to Israel Sanjeev Shukla. also read this: NASA Alert, Asteroid larger than the London Eye.

The main point of the deal is to secure online transactions from cyber thieves. India has already signed agreements with Israel in several areas including defense, science, technology, and agriculture. The new agreement further expands the cooperation of cybersecurity-related information technology and information exchange.

With the Corona crisis, people are sitting at home and putting more emphasis on online businesses. Banking transactions are also done online. Shukla said cybersecurity would require greater security and India and Israel would work together. also read this: Israel COVID-19 pandemic results in just 30 seconds.

The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) and Israel's National Cyber ​​Directorate (INCD), under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, have signed an agreement. The key to cybersecurity is the exchange of information and cooperation in technology development. During Prime Minister Modi's visit to Israel in 2017, there were talks between the two Prime Ministers on cybersecurity.

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