in many respects mirrors the initiatives taken by India in it’s document on framework of cyber security.
A document issued by security brass of the country, which was reviewed by ET, cites at least 12 instances where the US order mirrors India’s cyber security framework that was drafted in 2011. These include setting out a cyber security policy, defining critical infrastructure, information sharing between departments and protection of civil liberties.
Reading this, two things jump out – the insecurity that this claim projects and the fact that frameworks and plans like these are not even worth the cost of paper it is written on  if it is not put to practise. Given that the GoI’s National Cyber Security Policy (Draft PDF) wants the CERT-IN to
act as a nodal agency and co-ordinate all matters related to information security in the country
we shouldn’t expect getting out of this self-dug pit any time soon.
 Yup, I said “paper” because, you know what, a lot of GoI reports and documents are scans of printed documents!