A day after the Mumbai attack on a train, Indian police have launched a drive to find out who is behind the cyberattacks and to identify any potential suspects.
The police are trying to identify those who are involved in cyberattacks, especially those who have been using mobile phones and other mobile communication devices.
Police have asked anyone with information to come forward and provide their mobile number or email address.
The attack on the Mumbai train was the latest in a series of cyberattacks targeting cars in India.
A series of security breaches were reported last month and in May.
India is one of the world’s biggest car manufacturers.
The Indian government has launched a national drive to make cars more secure and modern.
India has introduced legislation that allows the government to seize and store mobile phone data and other data related to crimes and terrorist activity, which is then used to prosecute criminals and their associates.
The bill is designed to prevent terrorists from using data from mobile phones to plan attacks.
India has also made it easier for authorities to get hold of personal data about Indians, with the government introducing a data protection law last year.
The law requires that information on people held in custody or in jails and prisons must be made available to the police, government agencies, and other entities, but allows them to refuse access.
The new law allows police to request a court to get information about people held under the law, but police are only allowed to obtain that information through a warrant.
The latest incident comes as India is on high alert and as the country grapples with the spread of the virus.
In addition to the Mumbai attacks, there have been a series or incidents of malicious cyberattacks in several countries, including China, the United States, Brazil, the Netherlands, and India.