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Protecting Power Grids

Protecting Power Grids in India

Why does China have such strong involvement in the power sector of India, when the Chinese do not allow the same privilege to India? Seemingly,...
U.S. airports give “low risk”

U.S. airports give “low risk” travelers from India special entry

Since the threat of terrorism has put everyone on high alert around the world, the U. S. authorities are taking the protocol of Homeland...
(GCCS) - November - New Delhi, India

2017 Global Conference on Cyber Space (GCCS) – November – New Delhi, India

On 23rd and 24th November 2017, India will be proud to host the world’s largest conference on Cyber Space in New Delhi. Inaugurated by Prime...
President Donald J. Trump

U.S. President Donald J. Trump Values Strong Relations with India

The Hindu holiday, Festival of Lights, is a very important holiday to most people living in India, however, U.S. President Donald J. Trump, yesterday...
Cyber Security

USA and INDIA stand shoulder to shoulder on Cyber Security

There is no question about it – the ties are strong between the USA and INDIA. Two of the largest and greatest democracies in...

The Vatican, Rome: Protecting the Dignity of Children on the Internet

How many parents feel safe leaving their children to their own devices when it comes to the Internet? Access to inappropriate websites is extremely...

India’s cyber security policy must take a leap from ‘suggestive’ to ‘executive’

Cyber security forces across the world are revving up policies to keep up with the evolving challenges in the modern cyber landscape. Virtual threats...

Security for Wildlife Trafficking: U.S. Embassy partners with India

Are there apps, and web systems that can assist with the complex global crimes related to illicit wildlife trading? You bet your last rupee...

‘We Fight Cyber Crime’ Initiative Launched By Pune City Police

Keeping up with the evolving cyber landscape in India, Pune Police announced the launch of ‘We Fight Cyber Crimes’ initiative to sensitize the students...

Smartphones of NATO soldiers hacked by Russian Spy Drones

Around 400 military troops of The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), stationed in Eastern Europe next to the Russian border, have recently been targets...
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