The architecture once ready will protect critical information, infrastructure and other networks
New Delhi: India is in the process of setting up National Cyber Security Architecture to prevent sabotage, espionage and other cyber attacks from within and outside the country.
The National Security Advisor to Prime Minister Shivshankar Menon said that the National Security Council is working out the final details for its implementation and also holding consultations with concerned Ministries and Security agencies.
The architecture once ready will protect critical information, infrastructure and other networks. It will also involve in monitoring, certification and assurance of vital networks.
As part of the process, Government of India will set up a separate Fabrication facility to develop high end semi-conductor chips for installation in networks used in high Security setups.
He said that the Union Ministry of Information Technology will soon invite bids for the purpose of setting up the fabrication facility in the country.