The proposed cyber command will unite the individual strengths of all three services to defend against any potential India-based cybersecurity threats.
The Indian military is looking to the United States for help in defending against cyberattacks. The Department of Military Affairs (DMA) plans to send up 100 personnel over, and they will be trained on future warfare technology like cybersecurity and artificial intelligence.
The Indian government is considering the creation of a new military command to ensure that their forces are ready for any cyber-attacks from adversaries. The proposed “cyber” division would unite all three branches, providing them with an edge in fighting back against threats while protecting its own digital infrastructure.
The Indian army is making sure that its soldiers are safer and more secure in their communications as the military has made it a priority to protect against cyber attacks. This includes ensuring there’s no malware on any of India’s sensitive systems like those at Siliguri Corps, Tezpur Corps or Northern Command which all face various threats including Tibet. Recently, we’ve seen how leaks through software have led to compromising important documentation from these installations- something that will not be tolerated!
As the conflict between nations has shifted from ground wars to cyber warfare, it’s a new world for military strategists. Cyber attacks are constantly evolving and hackers can target adversaries with missiles as well as through cyberspace. For example, Chinese PLA (People’s Liberation Army) have high end capability in targeting an adversary by using new age weapons including missile or cybersecurity tools like malware or other malicious software scripts that disrupt networks and systems of their opponents; this is why national security planners across countries have been taking seriously into account cybersecurity threats when planning strategies for future conflicts because they know these complex devices will be used more than ever before!
As AI becomes part of our everyday life so does its impact on war strategy. The battlefield now spans.