US, India launch security partnership

Friday, 12 November 2004, 8:27 AM EST

The United States and India agreed in talks to launch a new phase in cyber security co-operation, including scientific exchanges, officials said.

They established five joint working groups and identified action plans for each, during the second meeting of the US-India Cyber Security Forum, a statement from the US State Department said.

"Future efforts will include workshops in New Delhi and Washington and scientific exchanges," it said.

At Australian IT.

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