AnandTech.com:AnandTech, the leading India-based IT outsourcing firm, has received a $20.7 million payment from China’s People’s Liberation Army to train an official to be a cyber espionage specialist.
The money was part of a deal between the Chinese government and the Chinese company that owns Indian company ETSI, the company that acquired the company last year.
ETSIs software was also used to hack into the email accounts of Indian MPs and the Ministry of External Affairs.
According to a person familiar with the matter, the Chinese military has been paying ETSi to train its cyber security experts in its own backyard.
In the past few years, China has become the largest cyber security investor in the world.
China has invested in more than 40 technology companies and has been investing in cybersecurity in India as well.
The company’s CEO Sunil Kumar told Anand Tech, “The ETS-PASA (e-learning platform and platform for training personnel in cyber security) platform will be used by the ETS team.
The company has been working with the Ministry to develop and implement training programme.
It is the first time in history that India has signed a bilateral agreement with an ETS country for cyber security training. “
The EBS (European Centre for Strategic and International Studies) has been supporting us for the past two years and we have also been working on a project for the European Centre of Excellence in Cybersecurity and Homeland Security.
It is the first time in history that India has signed a bilateral agreement with an ETS country for cyber security training.
India has a high cyber security awareness and it is our aim to provide cyber security services to the Indian citizens and businesspeople through the EBS-EOS.”
ETSI had earlier partnered with ETS for training of Cyber Security experts.
According to Kumar, the EWS-PAL (Policymakers Office of Digital Strategy and Analysis) will be an advisory body for ETS.
The POCAL was established to advise ETS and the government on cyber security issues, according to Kumar.
According to Kumar’s company, the aim is to equip Indian citizens with a broad range of cyber security skills, including penetration testing, threat intelligence, threat detection, vulnerability analysis and threat mitigation.
He said the company has a total of 30 IT staff in the country and is in the process of recruiting at least 20 people for the next year.