Amrita ,Avnish Shukla
Guest Faculty , acharya narendra dev college , DU
Digital India is not just a dream, but it is the need of today’s world so that each and every online transaction can be transparent, and secure. Digitalization is the process of translating information into a digital format to improve productivity and efficiency. Complex information can be represented in a digital format to reach more customers automatically. However, recent cyber-attacks have raised awareness within the Indian digital world for a more pragmatic, anti-cyber terrorism course of action. These may encompass techniques like machine learning and sentiment analysis. As people in India are less educated and do not have technical knowledge, taking advantage of which hackers do more fraud to them. This paper presents the need for the implementation of 3D-Security and implementing various policies and techniques which assure a safe cyber future and a smooth digital transformation in India. Through this 3D security, the customers web browser encrypts the information sent between the browser and the merchants web server, using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption. SSL provides high data privacy using a series of protocols. So, confidential details of the user, such as plastic cards, and login details, can be transmitted securely. It also provides data integrity. Unauthorized users can’t modify the data. Even if the message is intercepted unauthorized users can’t decode the message.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)

Published on : 2022-07-01

Vol : 7
Issue : 6
Month : June
Year : 2022
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