The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) has launched an anti-malware analysis centre called Cyber Swachhta Kendra that will facilitate the provision of free anti-virus for computers and mobile phones in the country. According to the government, the project has a budget outlay of Rs 0.9 billion which will be spread over a period of five years. Currently, 58 internet service providers and 13 banks have signed up to use this system. Meanwhile, the MeitY has said that the country’s apex cyberspace intelligence agency, the National Cybersecurity Coordination Centre (NCCC), will become functional in June 2017. The government has approved Rs 9 billion for setting up the NCCC which will monitor and handle cyberattacks in the Indian internet space in real time.