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Jan Dhan, Aadhar, Mobile have helped bring transparency: PM Modi

23 November 2017

"Nations must also take responsibility to ensure that the digital space does not become a playground for the dark forces of terrorism and radicalisation". We need to ensure vulnerable sections of society do not fall prey to evil designs of cybercriminals.

Amid raging debate over privacy concerns and Aadhaar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed confidence asserting that a fine balance could be struck between openness and national security. Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted this morning saying that he will address the fifth Global Conference on Cyber Space at 10 am. He has in the past urged the country's strong IT industry to take a lead in cyber security by developing products that can be deployed at a large scale arguing that the next world war would be fought in the cyberspace.

Modi added that the theme of the conference - Secure and Inclusive Cyberspace for Sustainable Development - also highlights the importance of securing the Internet. It has led to efficient service delivery, governance, improving access from education to health. News that experts tell us from studios is now supplemented by experiences highlighted on social media.

"Internet is inclusive by nature, not exclusive". "Cyber-warriors who will remain on the alert against cyber-attacks".

We in India, give primacy to the human face of technology and are using it to improve what I call, "ease of living". "Thirty-three ministers from various nations dealing with the subject matter of cyber space have already confirmed".

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Modi said that one of the major focus areas should be the training of well-equipped and capable professionals to counter cyber threats.

Digital technology is contributing to more farm incomes. "We believe in mobile power or M-power to empower our citizens". It offers equity of access and equality of opportunity. Our startups today are looking to provide solutions to everyday problems and improving lives. "We shall be happy to share our experiences and success stories with the global community", PM Modi added, inviting the global community to invest in Indian startups.

It is our firm belief that there are millions of Indians, whose transformative ideas can go a long way in taking India to new heights. A small entrepreneur can register on Government e-Marketplace & bid competitively for supply of goods to Government.

Incepted in 2011 in London, second GCCS was held in 2012 in Budapest with focus on relationship between internet rights and internet security, which was attended by 700 delegates from almost 60 countries.

According to the IT ministry, more than 10,000 delegates from 123 countries will participate in the event. There is also be virtual participation from over 2,800 locations across the world.

Jan Dhan, Aadhar, Mobile have helped bring transparency: PM Modi