The latest hacking case in India raises many questions.

How could it have happened?

What was the intent behind it?

How could the hackers get access to such sensitive data?

And what can the government do to ensure the security of such a valuable tool?

For the past few months, a case has emerged in the IT industry and the media about the widespread use of smart care equipment in the country.

According to the IT expert, it has become an easy target for hackers and criminals.

According to the latest statistics, the number of cyberattacks and cybercrime cases in India is on the rise.

According the Indian Cybercrime Centre, the country’s cybercrime unit is working on a project to identify and report all such cyber attacks and cybercrimes.

This could be a very significant step forward.

“The cybercrime division has been working for the last two years to identify cybercrashers and cybercriminals.

It is trying to identify who are these people who are using such products,” said Manoj Bhanu, the head of the cybercrime department of the IT ministry.

Bhanu said that the government has taken several steps to ensure safety of such technology.

The Ministry of Information Technology (MIT) has started a cybercrime task force to identify suspected hackers.

The ministry has also launched an awareness campaign on cybercrime and cyber safety.

The government also launched a cyber safety initiative and has launched a digital safety platform to share cyber security information with citizens.

India is among the top five countries in terms of number of incidents of cyber crime per capita.

In 2015, India recorded 8.38 incidents of reported cyber crime, with the rate of cybercrime being on the increase.

The number of reported cases of cybercrash have gone up to 18,539 in 2017, according to the National Crime Records Bureau.

This trend is alarming.

According a recent report by the National Council for Science and Technology (NCST), India’s cybersecurity sector is one of the top 10 countries in the world.

However, the cyber crime sector has not been properly regulated and is under-funded.

The NCST report also warned that India is not well equipped to deal with the growing threat of cyber criminals.

“We have not managed to protect the country from cyber crime.

The problem is that cyber crime is an open one.

It has no effective security measures and the criminals are using a variety of tools.

They are also getting sophisticated tools to steal and sell data,” said Sanjay Gopal, founder of the security firm FireEye.

Gopal said that India has a lot of problems.

“We have to create a culture of security.

The cyber crime threat is very real.

We are doing everything we can to address the issue.

But the problem is we are not doing enough,” he said.

Gopi Kalyanakrishnan, vice president at security firm Trend Micro, said that Indian companies need to do a lot more to guard against the increasing cyber threat.

“It’s not just about technology, it’s about culture and education,” he added.

While the government is investing heavily in cyber security, the government of India is also failing to properly regulate and supervise the sector.

In the past three years, there have been multiple incidents of misuse of IT equipment.

Earlier this year, a fire at a government hospital caused by a malfunctioning device resulted in the deaths of four people.

In October this year another fire at an IT centre in the city of Chennai resulted in deaths of three employees and injuries to three others.

The incident was linked to a faulty system.

According a report by a leading Indian IT company, one of India’s biggest IT companies, Infosys, there are more than 30,000 people working in IT-related industries across India.

However most of these employees do not have the training or knowledge needed to secure IT equipment and data.

In response to the cyberattacks, the Government of India has taken many steps to protect its citizens.

On February 12, 2017, it announced the introduction of a national cybersecurity plan to tackle the threat.

The plan calls for creating a National Cyber Security Policy and Cyber Security Council, with senior government officials from different departments and agencies to develop a national cyber security policy, cyber security guidelines, and a national Cyber Security Strategy.

It also calls for the creation of an expert committee to work on the problem of cyber security and cyber crime and to identify best practices to protect IT infrastructure and data from cyber criminals and cyber criminals who target IT services.