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Center to Make India Cyber Attack-proof Soon

India will establish a $20-million Internet security center to protect itself from cyber attacks. The center will be set up with the help of a US-based security organization, according to a government official on Monday. “Within the next six months the CERT India centre will be functional,” said B V Naidu, director of Software Technology Parks India (STPI). “It will be set up in New Delhi with an initial investment of 20 million dollars,” Mr. Naidu told delegates at a seminar on information security management systems in Bangalore. The US-based CERT, a centre of Internet security expertise, is a research and development centre run by the Carnegie Mellon University. Full Story

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