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The majority of the cyber-espionage cases we had profiled at the National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO) have still not been neutralized. The theft of sensitive information is happening right under our noses. More than that, the impact of numerous product backdoors and state-sponsored attacks coming to light in recent years haven't even been locally accounted for. Once the vulnerability is known, it's only a matter of time others exploit it. So it's criminal to leave it unaddressed.
The story is how a government agency, in its quest to attain god-like sentience, has put the security, economic stability and sovereignty of many developing nations into jeopardy. The story is how India's growth has been irreparably sabotaged by a spate of cyber-espionage attacks, an enormous loss that its institutions are not even equipped to quantify.