Our perspective of security is more technical as we come from a technical background. Government’s key role is in policy formation.
Data availability is something we are looking at and we expect transparency from the government’s end.
There are cases where there is absolute lack of transparency from the policy aspect. Today the government of India wants us to provide information through legal interception. But the government is hesitant to share the information.
If you expect us to give some data you too will have to give us some data in return. It works both ways. The fact remains that the more transparent the government is, the better will be the effectiveness of the policy being made. Education and transparency are must for e-security. The more information is shared by the government, the more vigilant we will be.
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