India to come up with Defence Cyber Agency; Army, Navy and IAF personnel to be inducted

With the threat perception changing from land, sea and air into the cyber world, India’s Defence Cyber Agency has started taking shape.

Initial proposal of the Defence Cyber Agency will have close to 200-strong staff from the tri-services – Indian Army, Indian Navy and the Indian Air Force, to be headed by the Headquarter of Integrated Defence Staff (IDS). They will serve under the command of the Chairman, Chief of Staff Committee and work closely with the National Cyber Security Advisor.

“We are alive to the threat on cyber front. To that end we are thinking of making a cyber agency. It would not be a quite full fledged command as we have in the army. Read More

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