India entered the top 10 of a global cyber security ranking of countries, ahead of China at No.33, and Pakistan at No.79. India improved its ranking from 47 to 10 in the United Nation’s ITU Global Cyber security Agenda (GCA). The US topped the chart, followed by the UK and Saudi Arabia tied on the second position, while Estonia was ranked third in the index.

India has also secured the fourth position in the Asia Pacific region, underlining its commitment to cyber security. GCI assessment is done on the basis of performance on five parameters of cyber security including legal measures, technical measures, organizational measures, capacity development, and cooperation.