UK and India agree to collaborate on cyber protection
The UK and India will continue to strengthen their defence and security relationship, with the two countries working closer together than ever before to tackle terrorism and threats to cyber security.
Both nations benefit from vibrant digital economies and will design, create and manufacture technologies that will help protect citizens and businesses against malicious cyber attacks.
The agreement will enable collaboration on internet governance, promoting international cyber stability, tackling online crime and developing cyber security sectors.
Discussions have also been held on how the Royal Navy can work more closely with their Indian counterparts to ensure the safety and prosperity of the Indian Ocean region by tackling piracy and drug trafficking, as well as protecting freedom of navigation rights.
In addition, work is underway on building a long-term approach to the UK and India’s defence industry-to-industry relations, allowing our Armed Forces to share technologies and learn skills from each other.
Minister for Armed Forces, Mark Lancaster, said: “Defence and security are at the centre of our friendship with India. By working together to combat terrorism, tackle cyber threats, and build regional security, we are keeping both our countries safe.”
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