How to Protect Yourself From Cyber Attack

Mumbai, India: As the Indian government grapples with the aftermath of the devastating cyber attack that crippled the country’s financial system, one company is helping Indian banks secure their financial infrastructure.

The Cybersecurity Solutions Alliance (CSSA), founded by BNP Paribas and India’s largest lender, has been the main provider of solutions to the Indian banking sector since late last year.

The alliance was also one of the top 100 vendors in the world in 2017, according to a report from cyber security analytics firm CyberSecurity Analytics.

The alliance’s work has been focused on two areas: security architecture and data protection.

The organization has created security plans for banks, including providing a framework for a network architecture and a system for sharing data among the various services that banks provide.

The Alliance has also been working on a system that would enable a bank to have a separate database for its financial transactions.

The data could be stored in a separate data center, which would be accessed only by the bank and its employees.

The new plan will also help banks track and detect fraud.

“The plan aims to create an audit trail for the bank so that any possible fraud is immediately reported and prevented,” CSSA managing director Manoj Kumar told Reuters.

“The bank could be notified of the fraud and it would then immediately initiate appropriate action, like filing a formal report.

The plan will help to prevent fraud in case of a bank account being used for a fraudulent transaction.”

Banks across the country are already looking to the alliance to help them manage their digital footprint and security.

The Indian government has put a lot of effort into cyber security, but it hasn’t been able to create the infrastructure necessary to ensure that cyber attacks can’t be directed against a bank.

The government has not only not taken action to address the issues, it has been unable to stop cyberattacks.

According to the Financial Services Policy Council (FSPC), the Indian financial services sector is one of India’s most vulnerable sectors, with nearly 80 percent of the country being vulnerable to cyber-attacks.

Banks and financial institutions in India face a variety of cyber security threats including cyber fraud, ransomware, spear phishing attacks and data breaches.

According in the report from CyberSecurity Analysts, about 1.4 billion people around the world are currently vulnerable to the same cyber-attack, and the average life span of a victim is less than five years.

The government is planning to develop a national cyber strategy to address these threats.

The plan is expected to be presented to the parliament in 2019, and will focus on cyber security.

“A national strategy is an important step in addressing cyber security challenges, especially if India is to avoid the worst-case scenario in the event of a cyber attack,” Kumar said.

“It will be a good way to help improve the resilience of Indian banks and financial systems, and also the cybersecurity capabilities of banks, in the long run.”