Which country is most connected? Computer hackers in India’s IT-dependent country are at the top of the list.
Computer bag The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) is the country’s leading cybersecurity outfit, and its chief, Dr. Arvind Datar, has called the country the country with the “highest number of computer baggers” in the world.
The country’s biggest software companies, including Microsoft, are also in the top 10.
While India is the most populous country in the global IT sector, the country also has a high number of cyber criminals, according to the CERT.
A computer bag is a tool that allows users to access data from a computer.
The problem with a computer bag, however, is that it’s hard to find.
A hacker can use a computer to open an encrypted folder, or a network share.
The hackers also use malware to take over computers.
Cybercrime statistics show that there are more than 2.2 million cyberattacks against enterprises in India every year.
However, India has a large number of IT workers who do not have a computer, said the CER team in a statement.
“We cannot assume that a computer user will be unaware of the dangers and will not use their computer to commit cybercrime,” said the statement.
However it is important to note that the CERN scientists are not just working on computer bags, but also on cybercrime and cybersecurity.
CERN scientist Aneesh Khandelwal, who is working on a project on the global security of data, told Al Jazeera that it is difficult to identify which country has the most computer baggies.
“It’s difficult to pinpoint where India ranks in the rankings, and we are looking into this, but we have to admit that there is a problem,” said Khandelswal.
“The problem is that India has an educated population.
We have to work with the government to find solutions to the problem.”
India has some of the strictest cyber-crime laws in the developed world.
But the country has seen an uptick in cyberattacks over the last few years, including a massive cyber-attack in the US last month.
There has been an increase in the use of encryption in the country, and the use and threat of ransomware has also increased in recent years.
There are also concerns about the increasing use of social engineering to target specific groups of people.
The government has said that it will be a “game changer” in terms of fighting cybercrime.
However cyber-attacks are not a new phenomenon in India.
Cyber-attacks have also been seen in the past, particularly in the form of a cyber-stalking attack in 2010.
Cyber attacks are also increasingly being perpetrated against banks and financial institutions, and also against public officials.
In 2014, India had one of the largest cyber-crimes in the history of the country.
Cyber crime is one of several sectors where Indian companies face a threat.
A number of Indian banks have recently been affected by cyber-espionage and data theft, including the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) and the National Bank of India.
In February 2016, the Indian cybercrime department said that more than 500 banks across the country were being targeted with cyber attacks.
The cybercrime departments also reported a spike in the number of phishing emails in 2016, according the report.
The threat of cyberattacks is not new in India, either.
In October, 2016, India’s largest cyber security firm, Kaspersky Lab, said that the cybercrime threat is “one of the top three” threat facing India’s government and public institutions.
“Data theft, phishing attacks, and other forms of cybercrime are on the rise in India and it’s not surprising,” the company said.