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"In the context of India, the attack surface has greatly increased"

Nation states have added a new dimension to what is emerging as the newest theatre of war after air, sea, water and space the Internet. They interfere in other countries elections, in their power grids, in sports events, and are even alleged to be disabling naval vessels over the cloud to cause accidents. But that's not the only area where cyber defence needs to be beefed up. Enterprises continue to remain major targets, as do governments, financial institutions and even national identity databases. Business Today's Rajeev Dubey talks to Greg Clark, CEO of the world's biggest cyber security firm, Symantec, on how such issues are being dealt with. Edited excerpts:

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