India & Israel have signed an agreement expand collaboration in dealing with cyberthreats rapid increased in digitisation due to coronavirus situation that exposed the vulnerabilities of the virtual world.
As we have seen in previous that the relationship between India & Israel had great bonding of import & export their defence equipments.
On Wednesday the agreement was signed between two Director-General of Israel's National Cyber Directorate Yigal Unna and India's Ambassador to Israel, Sanjeev Singla.
Yigal Unna said that deepening cooperation with India is another important step in confronting global cyber threats.
Several meetings have been held between the Indian & Israeli side since 2018 to develop cooperation in the field of cyber security.
When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visited Israel in July 2017 an agreement was signed between two sides during also Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to India to build strengthen in area of cyber security.
Last five to six months of global lockdown the users are expanding their scope in the digital world and in the process; it has also exposed the vulnerabilities of protecting vital national infrastructure from the threat of cyber attacks.
With this agreement the two nations will exchange their best ideas and practices in filed and facilities.
In acceleration of digitisation processes it is a enormous challenge of dealing cyber attacks and quickly to build up protected services & systems.
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