Government plans to set up a cyber security authority to deal with cyber threats, as future wars will be cybernetic, federal information technology and telecommunications minister Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui said.
“The government is aware of security threats and is working on a plan to establish the Cyber Security Authority to deal with these types of threats,” the minister said while reporting to the Senate Information Technology Committee. Telecommunications.
Government is Planning to Establish a Cyber Security Authority
The committee met with Rubina Khalid on Wednesday, where parliamentarians asked what kind of protection measures were taken in the case of cyber attacks.
The Minister said that, in conjunction with all stakeholders, comprehensive plans would be designed in this regard, as future wars could involve the Internet.
IT Secretary Maroof Afzal said the iron curtain is almost impossible with innovations in IT and telecommunications, but strict measures have been taken to face the threats of the modern world.
Senator Rehman Malik stated that in response to India’s high demands on the attack in Balakot, satellite images could be published to demonstrate the fake of Indian claims to the world. He requested the minister to take appropriate measures in this regard.