The main challenge of Cyber Security is that Cyberspace has inherent vulnerabilities that cannot be removed.” Knowledge of Vulnerability to Release of Exploits” this is the main theme of any Cyber Attack. A cyber-attack is any attempt to expose, alter, disable, destroy, steal or gain unauthorized access to a computer system, infrastructure, network, or any other smart device. India has faced the greatest number of cyber-attacks. In this paper we have tried to collect information on the above event and tried to preview the actual lack of Cyber Security. Some suggestions have also been provided as different steps which can be taken in the present situation.
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Neeraj Kumar Nage, Devendra Chaphekar. A Study of Cyber Attacks in India due to lack of Security. Int. J. Tech. 2020; 10(1):71-76. doi: 10.5958/2231-3915.2020.00014.0
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