/ Is India Ready For a Cyber Attack?

The Quint : Feb 27, 2019, 11:31 AM

Indian Air Force on 26 February officially confirmed that conducted airstrikes on terror camps in Pakistan. But instead of thinking about air or even land strikes, we’re looking at India’s preparedness for possible cyber warfare battle from other countries. Veteran army chiefs & cyber security experts believe that cyber warfare has become fifth dimension of war, after land, water, air & space to tackling cyber attack.

The Indian Air Force (IAF) on 26 February officially confirmed that it conducted airstrikes on terror camps in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir and across the border, which is likely to result in some sort of retaliation from its neighbour. But instead of thinking about air or even land strikes, we’re looking at India’s preparedness for a possible cyber warfare battle from other countries, including Pakistan.

Veteran army chiefs and cyber security experts believe that cyber warfare has become the fifth dimension of war, after land, water, air and space.

We all know that India is evolving into a digital-friendly nation and economy as well, but it’s fair to say that compared to most developed nations in the world, India is in its infancy, when it comes to tackling any possible cyber attack.