The state of cyber security in India is reaching critical levels, with acts of cybercrime continuously rising.
An India specific report by Norton by Symantec revealed that 113 million users are affected by some form of online attack in 2015.
16,000 people spend as many as 30 hours dealing with the fallout of cybercrimes.
Ritesh Chopra, Country Manager of Norton by Symantec, says: “In the past year, 48 per cent of India’s online population or approximately 113 million Indians were affected by online crime.”
Norton also found that 60 per cent of users in India are sharing credentials of two email accounts with others.