Business Standard reports that the Government of India has released its plans to develop a national cyber security architecture and will be looking to employ skilling providers to train cyber security experts. In January the government asked vice-chancellors of technical universities and institutions in the country to introduce cyber security and information security as subjects at undergraduate and post-graduate levels.
EC Council, a US-based provider of training and certifications, has partnered with various training institutions in India to train students. In a report to the home ministry and the National Security Council, Data Security Council of India (DCSI) stressed the need for public-private partnerships to respond to the increasing incidents of cyber attacks in India.
Read the Business Standard article here.