Quad countries launch 'Quad Cyber Challenge'
Quad countries India, Australia, America and Japan have recently launched Quad Cyber Challenge to strengthen cyber security.
An overview of the news:
Its main objective is to strengthen the cyber security system in the Indo-Pacific region.
With the help of the 'Quad Cyber Challenge', the four countries will jointly make efforts to improve cyber security.
'Quad Cyber Challenge:'
The National Cyber Coordination Office along with the National Security Council Secretariat is coordinating the Quad Cyber Challenge on behalf of India.
The Quad countries have invited internet users from the Indo-Pacific and surrounding regions to participate in this cyber challenge.
The 'Quad Cyber Challenge' will help in practising safe and responsible cyber habits.
With its help, efforts will be made to promote a secure and resilient cyber ecosystem. Along with this, cyber security awareness and action plan will be prepared through 'Quad Cyber Challenge'.
Quad Security Dialog:
Quad or Quadrilateral Security Dialogue is a group of four countries: America, Japan, Australia and India.
The concept of Quad was given by the former Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe in the year 2007.
The group is now seen primarily as a group countering Chinese influence in the region.
The 2022 Quad summit was held in Japan and the next one will be held in Australia in 2023.
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