Niti Aayog senior adviser for science and technology, Neeraj Sinha said on Tuesday that the government and the industry need to adopt best practices including zero trust identity and access management policy.
To which, this will validate devices to connect to an organisation's network to prevent cyber attacks.
Niti Aayog adviser says that preference should be given to locally produced technology products and also says that domestic players need to match the scale of the services that multinationals tech products provide.
While speaking at an PHD chamber of commerce event on cyber security, Niti Aayog adviser said, "We will have to adopt zero trust identity and access management policy to validate each device in the organisation network."
He says that Intra-organisations meetings have become very regular and even inter-organisation is also happening.
He added, "We need to automate device enrolment and software updates, leverage artificial intelligence tools for threat detection."
Neeraj Sinha added that practices like an outreach exercise are beat which needs to be done at large scale by both the government and the domestic tech industry.