U.S.–India relations on cybersecurity
An important moment for strategic action on collective cyberdefense
in The future of U.S.–India security cooperation
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This chapter argues that the U.S. and India currently face an important moment in their overall strategic relationship and that the common threats facing these two nations argue in favor of a further deepening and strengthening of the relationship, particularly in the cyber domain.  Specifically, the chapter places the efforts between the U.S. and India to find common cause on cyber matters in the context of the broader strategic relationship between the two nations and their efforts to work with other partners to address these threats within and outside of the Indo-Pacific region.  The chapter also describes the need to create a cyber collective defense capability between these two nations and how confidence-building measures might lead to the creation of a substantive real-time threat-sharing and collective cyberdefense capability, including interoperable systems that allow real-time assistance, as needed.  The chapter also offers a series of actionable recommendations that could help create a joint bulwark against key regional threat players, including China and North Korea, as well as external actors that are generally hostile to American interests, including Russia and Iran.


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