04 Юли 2022г.
According to sources who spoke to ET, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) is unlikely to budge on the requirement to report cybersecurity incidents within six hours, but it might extend the June 28 deadline for small businesses to adhere to the latest cybersecurity guidelines from the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (Cert-In).
"As far as larger corporations are concerned, the June 28 deadline would not be lowered. However, after reviewing applications, the ministry stated that it would grant some leeway for smaller businesses on a case-by-case basis," added the executive.
An estimated three hours were spent in the meeting. For the discussion of Cert-April In's 28 guidelines, about 25 executives from virtual private network (VPN) service providers, technological businesses, policy groups, and other professionals were present.
According to insiders, the ministry will also offer an application interface so that businesses may report cybersecurity issues that happen on their networks electronically rather than via mail to Cert-In. [Learn More about CyberSecurity at https://www.techaxis.com.np/]