The Cyber Surakshit Bharat programme will help develop a robust base for cybersecurity; equip government officials (CISOs & frontline IT staff) with the latest know-how and technology; ensure the safety of all government properties and services; and secure citizen data available on the digital domain.
The first public-private partnership of its kind, Cyber Surakshit Bharat will be led by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and supported by NeGD, and a consortium of private players including Microsoft, WIPRO, Redhat, Dimension Data and Deloitte.
In addition, there would be other partners who will join as Technical Knowledge Partners.
This broader outreach program will help build capacity, educate and enable the CISO's as well as broad IT community to address and mitigate security challenges.
There are three key components of the proposed program. These focus areas are critical for the successful implementation of the program.
Broad outreach program targeting CISOs & Government IT staff/Users articulating the importance of Cyber Security.
Training of the CISOs & Government staff on role-based inputs to address Cyber Security. This will be done through a one-day National CISO Conclave followed up with 3-4 days 'Residential Training Workshop' across 5-6 major cities for the frontline IT staff/CISOs and Security Administrators.
Support provided for enablement of the job roles through toolkits, notifications on minimum standards of security to address various types of threats, key action items, and building a community.
Workshop Content Repository:
|Cyber Surakshit Bharat Handbook481.42 KB||Security for the Perimeter Less World1.75 MB||Endppoint Hardening & Protecting Credentials2.21 MB||Security Standards & their Importance1.37 MB|