"India is quite vulnerable especially as we push ourselves towards digitisation. However, India is well equipped with the know-how and capacity to protect itself as well. Sound practices and early warning are important. The awareness of potential attacks should increase and that is the only way to reduce their impact," Dr. Krishnashree Achuthan, CEO of Amrita University's Center for Cybersecurity Systems and Networks, told International Business Times, India.
A National Award for best Incubator was bagged by Amrita for its Technology Business Incubator. Amrita Technologies provides comprehensive hospital information systems. "Worldwide network of mentors, investors, partners and the rigor in incubation we offer are our USPs" says Krishnasree Achuthan, head of Center for Cybersecurity Systems and Networks.
The Indian companies' rush to meet the GST rollout deadline, makes them vulnerable to cyber attacks. Thus Dr. Krishnashree Achuthan, CEO of Amrita University's Center for Cyber Security Systems and Networks, points out that India's move to digitisation can accelerate these cyber attacks and there is a crying need to overcome these loopholes in the security system.
Amrita Cyber Security Center CEO Dr. Krishnashree Achuthan, Director, Center for Cybersecurity Systems and Networks, Amrita University, authors an article on the recent Ransomware attack. "What we are seeing in the cyber-world is a contorted version of reality, influenced by powerful governments alongside their technology cohorts which provide fake assurances to honey-trap gullible users."
"We must evolve three determiners for digital security: how we ensure software authenticity and integrity, how we assess risk in an increasingly interconnected network and how we disseminate software updates", Dr Krishnashree Achuthan,, Director at Amrita Center for Cyber Security Systems and Networks, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, told International Business Times, India.