Centre for Internet and Society

For Support Of A Cyber Policy Research Agenda For India

  • Amount
    $225,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    10/8/2018
  • Term
    24 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Overview
A grant to the Centre for Internet and Society (CIS) will support its efforts to carry out interdisciplinary research that balances societal imperatives for citizens, governments, and industry alike. Its four proposed research areas and outcomes, some of which build off existing work, include: (a) emerging technologies and cybersecurity; (b) frameworks for cybersecurity nationally and internationally; (c) cybersecurity and its impact on human rights; and (d) the private sector and cybersecurity. As CIS’s work and institutional capacity develop, its aim is to become a leading civil society voice in the cybersecurity dialogue at the national, regional, and international level in India.
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
www.cis-india.org 
Address
No. 194, 2nd 'C' Cross, Domlur 2nd Stage, Bengaluru, 560071, India
Grants to this Grantee
for support of a cyber policy research agenda for India  
A grant to the Centre for Internet and Society will support its efforts to carry out interdisciplinary research that balances societal imperatives for citizens, governments, and industry alike. It will include five core research and policy areas, including: (a) building a knowledge base of the cybersecurity ecosystem in India; (b) exploring the processes, tools, and resources to assist investigations into cross-border cybersecurity incidents; (c) generating recommendations regarding implementation of India’s 2013 National Cybersecurity Framework; (d) distilling best practices for cybersecurity training by studying the ethical hacker community in India; and (e) developing a better understanding of the economics of cybersecurity.
for support of a cyber policy research agenda for India  
A grant to the Centre for Internet and Society will continue to support its efforts to carry out interdisciplinary research that balances societal imperatives for citizens, governments, and industry. It includes five core research and policy areas: (a) building a knowledge base of the cybersecurity ecosystem in India; (b) exploring the processes, tools, and resources to assist investigations into cross-border cybersecurity incidents; (c) generating recommendations regarding implementation of India’s 2013 National Cybersecurity Framework; (d) distilling best practices for cybersecurity training by studying the ethical hacker community in India; and (e) developing a better understanding of the economics of cybersecurity.

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