According to a report, the volume of ransomware threats detected spiked to more than 1.2 million per month between the January-June period this year
Cybercrime | data protection | indian government
BS Web Team |
Last Updated at September 18, 2022 14:18 IST
The incidents of cybercrime has been on the rise recently. According to a report, the volume of ransomware threats detected spiked to more than 1.2 million per month between the January-June period this year. The central government to create awareness and vigilance against cybercrime has issued an advisory on ‘Best Practices’ for smartphone users to stay safe online.
The IT ministry’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has issued a list of dos and don’ts for citizens.
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First Published: Sun, September 18 2022. 14:18 IST
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