Can cyber attack happen on Electric Vehicle Charging Stations as well? You are shocked to hear this, but it is true, recently information has been given in the Parliament that cyber attack can happen on electric vehicle charging stations as well.
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have you ever heard that Electric Vehicle Charging Stations But can there also be a cyber attack? Your answer will probably be No, but for the information of the people, let us tell you that recently it has been told in the Parliament that incidents like Cyber Attack can also happen at the Electric Vehicle Charging Station.
Giving a written reply in the Lok Sabha, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said that the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team ie CERT-In, which works to monitor and monitor cyber security incidents in India, should provide electric vehicle charging stations. There have been reports of defects in related products and applications.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said that the government is fully aware of various cyber security threats and is actively taking steps to tackle the issue of hacking.
Nitin Gadkari informed that as per the information tracked by CERT-In, 2,08,456 cyber security attacks in 2018, 3,94,499 in 2019, 11,58,208 in 2020, 14,02,809 in 2021 and 13,91,457 in 2022 have happened. Responding to a separate question, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said that in the current financial year till February, Rs 147 lakh has been distributed as compensation to the victims of hit-and-run cases.
Enhanced compensation is being given to the victims of hit-and-run accidents, Rs 50,000 in case of grievous injury and Rs 2 lakh in case of death.
Responding to another question, Nitin Gadkari said that the ministry has set a higher target of 12,200 km for construction of national highways during the current financial year as compared to the previous three financial years. He said, the target for the construction of NH for the financial year 2023-24 has not been decided yet. Nitin Gadkari informed that there are 19 projects costing Rs 21,864 crore which are delayed due to delay in land acquisition.