Cyber ​​Fraud: In 100 days to crack down on cyber fraud, National Cyber ​​Security Agency will be created

Cyber ​​Security Agency: After the advent of internet, digital revolution has taken place in the country. However, the biggest threat in this digital world has become online and mobile fraud. Every year millions of people fall victim to cyber attacks and lose their hard earned money. But now the central government is all set to crack down on cyber fraud. To combat online and mobile fraud, the Government of India has prepared to attack from multiple fronts simultaneously. Public and private telecom companies will work together in this. All preparations are in place to create the Calling Name Presentation (CNAP) and the National Cyber ​​Security Agency (NCSA), which will fight online fraud.

CNAP and NCSA will be formed within 100 days.

A senior official told The Economic Times that private telecom companies will also fully cooperate with the central government in implementing CNAP (Calling Name Presentation) and NCSA (National Cyber ​​Security Agency). Both these works will be completed within 100 days of the formation of the new government. The Cyber ​​Security Agency will work to prevent all types of digital fraud. It will work closely with many departments. It will develop many things to prevent cyber attacks and fraud. Its main objective will be to save small businesses and common man with the help of technology.

Calling the name offer will stop fake calls.

He said that these people are the biggest victims of digital fraud because they do not have technical security measures. In addition, telecom companies will play an important role in implementing Calling Name Presentation. Caller ID will be very easy in this system. Here the caller will be identified by the network from which the call originated.

TRAI had already proposed in February.

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) had given a proposal in this regard on February 23. The introduction of this system will prevent fraudulent calls. Fraudsters will not be able to claim to be a law enforcement agency, bank or customs officer. The network from which the call is coming will identify it and send it to the receiver. This will provide a lot of convenience to the person receiving the call.

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