Both countries are in favour deepening their cooperation in cyber field
India and the United Kingdom held the sixth Cyber Dialogue on Wednesday in New Delhi and both sides discussed issues related with cyber threat assessment, internet governance, data protection, protection of critical infrastructure, capacity building and cooperation in multilateral fora, including the latest developments in the cyber realm at the United Nations.
Both sides also agreed to deepen cooperation between their respective cyber agencies in order to build a safe and robust cyberspace, the Ministry of External Affairs said on Thursday.
The dialogue was co-chaired by Amit A. Shukla, Joint Secretary, Cyber Diplomacy Division, Ministry of External Affairs of India (MEA) and Kat Jones, Head of Strategy and Engagement, Cyber Policy Department, the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) of the UK.
The Indian delegation consisted of officials from the MEA,  the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Center (I4C), the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY), the Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO), CERT-In and the National Critical Information Infrastructure Protection Centre (NCIIPC).
The delegation from the UK comprised officials from the National Cyber Security Centre, the Cyber Policy Department of the FCDO, and representatives of the Cyber Policy Team of the British High Commission, the MEA said.