Reports state that the pilot project for the same has been initiated and Rs. 100 crore has been assigned for the operation. Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has been given the responsibility to implement and execute the project as a part of the country's Digital India campaign. CERT-In will build a cyber hygiene centre to study and analyse the malwares.
As per reports, CERT-In is working with anti-virus vendors to develop effective solutions to deal with cyber-attacks. Former secretary of the Department of Electronics and IT RS Sharma announced plans for the centre in May this year.