The minister was addressing the Common Wealth Law Ministers' Conference in the Bahamas.
Later, the meeting adopted in its outcome that "terrorism could have no justification and that acts of terror were the most egregious violation of human rights of victims".
A release issued on Friday by the law ministry said that this was for the first time that the meet adopted an outcome on terrorism.
Participating in the discussions on counter-terrorism and the use of information and technology, Mr Prasad said that India had long been a victim of the most vicious terrorism unleashed from across the border.
The minister also informed delegates of the Commonwealth nations that India is not only working towards ensuring a robust data protection regime, but is also committed to create a safe and secure cyber space.
He emphasised the need for using data analytics and cyber forensics for better investigation of terror attacks.
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