By Akshay Jha and Gautam Mishra | 10/10/2016 08:05:56The IT security industry in India is being hit hard by the cyber attacks.
This is no longer just a cyber threat but an information security and information security industry issue.
Many companies are under the threat of cyber attacks that have not been seen before.
The biggest of these has been the Fadgate scandal that broke out in the IT sector in 2014, with a large number of Indian IT companies, mostly multinationals, being affected.
These cyber attacks have impacted companies in all sectors, but the largest impact has been felt in the sector that deals with computer security and infrastructure.
Many large corporations are looking at the cyber threats as a potential opportunity.
But the impact of cyber security attacks in India and the Indian IT sector is not the only problem.
The cyber attacks also pose risks to the country’s financial system, particularly to the big banks.
According to the latest data, the financial sector lost Rs 6,564 crore in 2016.
The latest data for 2017 was Rs 7,852 crore.
The big problem with the financial system has been that a large chunk of the money is not available for payment.
The country’s biggest banks, the Reserve Bank of India and State Bank of South India, have been trying to solve this problem.
They have been putting in place measures to prevent the payment of money.
For example, the RBI is now monitoring and monitoring the payments that are coming in.
However, banks have been unable to provide an effective mechanism for customers to pay their bills.
The problem is that there is no mechanism for them to provide this information to the RBI.
The problem is compounded by the fact that the government is also not able to provide a mechanism to make payment to the banks.
For the past three years, there has been a debate over the need to provide better access to the government’s payment system.
The government has been pushing the Reserve Board of India (RBI) to make it easier to access the government payments system.
This has resulted in a series of reforms.
However the big question is what will happen if the financial infrastructure is not provided with adequate access.
Accordingly, the government has asked the RBI to come up with a set of standards for financial services.
These standards should include, for example, payment of fees and interest and payment of late payments and non-performing assets.
There are other reforms too.
The biggest challenge facing the country in terms of the financial industry is that the country does not have the infrastructure to provide the infrastructure needed to make payments.
This means that the financial institutions are not able either to provide financial services or the financial services can’t be provided to their customers.
The banks are the big ones, but they are also vulnerable.
According to the last financial year, the banks were still losing money.
They had lost Rs 4,931 crore.
The loss is due to an inability to provide timely payment of payments.
The next major problem facing the banks is that banks have not managed to deliver timely payments.
Payments are not being processed in a timely manner.
The banking system has become more difficult to manage as a result of the cyber attack.
There is also the issue of non-availability of bank accounts.
It has been said that this problem is likely to continue.
The government has also been trying a number of measures to tackle the problems of cyber criminals.
These measures include setting up an advisory body to be appointed by the Reserve Banks to ensure that cyber criminals are not allowed to take advantage of the systems.
The Reserve Bank also has to set up a cyber centre in every district to help with monitoring of cyber crime.
It is also working on a cyber safety programme.
The financial sector has been hit hard due to the cyber-attacks and the country is likely soon to face a severe economic crisis.