To mark World Password Day, MediaNama reached out to leading cybersecurity practitioners and policy experts to get their thoughts on what ought to be improved in India from a cybersecurity governance perspective. Most experts agreed that we need robust information sharing mechanisms between government and private entities, and greater incentives for the private sector to participate in government contracts. Information sharing between governments and private entities is essential Implement robust and structured information sharing mechanisms between government and private entities: “COVID-19 has drawn our attention to newer fault lines in the cyber risk vectors that surround us. ... From a cybersecurity governance perspective, this warrants a more structured information sharing mechanism between governments and private entities. The scope of this information sharing must be wide, encompassing threat information, incident reporting, vulnerability or audit notes along with other best practices. The…
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Do we have an enabling system for the National Data Governance Framework Policy (NDGFP) aiming to create a repository of non-personal data?
A viewpoint on why the regulation of cryptocurrencies and crypto exchnages under 2019's E-Commerce Rules puts it in a 'grey area'
India's IT Rules mandate a GAC to address user 'grievances' , but is re-instatement of content removed by a platform a power it should...
Why ‘group privacy’ should be recognised, and how ‘non-personal’ data becomes a regulatory blindspot
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