Disinformation workshop held for journalists at Osmania University
Sneha Mehra, DCP (Cyber Crime), Hyderabad, said anonymity on social media and lack of sufficient resources to counter misinformation were harming people’s understanding.
Sebi issues advisory for regulated entities on cybersecurity practices
Sebi noted that majority of the infections are primarily introduced through phishing e-mails, malicious adverts on websites, and third-party apps and programmes.
Data safety first cybersecurity rule
Let’s look at the sunny side of a country that aspires to be a $5 trillion economy. The number of Indians engaged in online transactions stands at a staggering 346 million.
Extortionist threatens to publish Australian customer data
Medibank this week updated its estimate of the number of people whose personal information had been stolen from 4 million two weeks ago to 9.7 million.
K7 to provide cybersecurity services with expert response team for enterprises
The company plans to train professionals for the service in-house with K7 Academy.
Watch your netiquette: Cybersecurity concerns in today's world
We live in a digital space and in order for us to be proactive we should work towards certain rules and regulations to enhance digital citizenship and netiquette today.
Hacker claims to breach Uber, security researcher says
Uber said via email that it was “currently responding to a cybersecurity incident. We are in touch with law enforcement.” It said it would provide updates on its Uber Comms Twitter feed.
IT staffing industry grew 20.3 per cent in first quarter of FY23: Report
General staffing demand from sectors like e-commerce, retail, manufacturing, BFSI were the main employment generators in the April-June 2022 quarter.
Whistleblower: China, India had agents working for Twitter
“Twitter leadership ignored its engineers,” he said, in part because “their executive incentives led them to prioritize profit over security.”
Twitter whistleblower brings his critiques to Congress
Among his most serious accusations is that Twitter violated the terms of a 2011 FTC settlement by falsely claiming that it had put stronger measures in place to protect security and privacy of users.
Security firm finds flaws in Indian online insurance broker
Digital experts say a data protection law is necessary for India where financial fraud and data leaks are rampant. Its absence has exacerbated privacy concerns in the country.
China to fine ride-hailing giant Didi more than USD 1 billion over cybersecurity practices: Reports
Citing unnamed sources familiar with the matter, the Journal said that once the fine is announced, the government will ease its restrictions on Didi's operations.
Cybersecurity: Companies brace for more cyber attacks
Many organisations, irrespective of size, transformed their operations to facilitate remote work during the pandemic period.
Acquisitions are complementing our offerings, says Wipro CEO
Late last year, the company acquired Edgile, a cybersecurity firm, for $230 million and LeanSwift, a US-headquartered system integrator of Infor Products, for $21 million.
'Keedam' addresses privacy violation: Rahul Riji Nair
The National award-winning filmmaker on his second collaboration with Rajisha Vijayan, which is expected to hit theatres in May
Mahesh Bank was easy pickings for hacker
With rudimentary firewalls, even a beginner could have bypassed the bank’s security system, opines expert
Ukraine crisis: With war next door, EU is warned on cybersecurity gaps
Cyberattacks against EU bodies are increasing 'sharply,' with major incidents jumping more than tenfold between 2018 and 2021, according to the Luxembourg-based ECA.
Malware files designed to steal money from banks grew 60 per cent in first quarter
The malware generally looks like a legitimate app, such as a banking application. When a victim tries to reach their genuine bank app, the attackers gain access to that too.
Facebook stops misinformation campaigns tied to Iran, Russia
The Facebook investigation was prompted by a tip from cybersecurity firm FireEye regarding a collection of "Liberty Front Press" pages at the social network and other online services.
India ranks 23rd among 165 nations in global cybersecurity index
India is ranked 23rd on the index with a score of 0.683 and has been listed in the "maturing" category, which refers to 77 countries that are engaging with cybersecurity initiatives.
Two groups clash during Ram Navami procession in Mumbai
911 recordings show terror at Nashville school during attack
Will soon appear before world, says Amritpal Singh in new video
Communal clashes during Ram Navami processions in Aurangabad, Vadodara and Howrah
More than 300 lawyers criticise Kiren Rijiju, ask him to withdraw 'anti-India gang' remarks
MoD signs contracts worth Rs 32,000 crore including missiles for Army, ships for Navy