When will India’s government release its DDOS report?

On Thursday, the government’s cybercrime unit released its first official report on the impact of the cyberattacks, which it said was the biggest and most complex attack on India’s cyber infrastructure in the past decade.

The report is due to be made public in about four weeks, the official said, declining to say when the report will be released.

The DDOS attack that hit India’s banking system in 2015 has been the subject of intense investigation and legal action by the government, with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) now leading the probe.

The attacks, dubbed DDoS attacks, were the first of their kind to hit India.

The attack was launched from China, using the same method used to attack Sony Pictures Entertainment and other entertainment companies, including Netflix.

The attack targeted the country’s main IT systems, including those of the Central Bank of India, the Reserve Bank of New India, National Bank of South Africa, and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

It also targeted the Reserve Public Service Commission (RPSC), the countrys largest state-run financial institution, as well as its subsidiaries, including ICICI Bank and National Bank.

The government said in a statement on Thursday that it has been “working hard to resolve this incident”, and that it is “continuing to coordinate with our partners and partners in the global community”.

“We are also conducting a thorough and concerted effort to address this issue in a manner that is both effective and sustainable,” the statement said.

“We will provide updates on our progress on this issue.”

India has been rocked by a series of cyberattacks targeting its financial system in the last few months, which have damaged companies and businesses across the country.

The latest attack, which took place on the eve of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first overseas visit as prime minister, took place in the city of Chennai, India’s largest city.

The US-based cybersecurity firm Mandiant has said it has evidence that the attack was carried out by Chinese state-sponsored actors, and that the group behind it is known as “Shadow Brokers”.

The company has said the attack is being treated as an “intelligence disclosure”.

In the aftermath of the attack, Prime Minister Modi was quoted as saying that the government would do everything possible to protect the country from cyberattacks.