Tag "cybercrime"

Cracks in the Cloud: The Next Frontier for Cybercrime

by June 7, 2017

The advantages of cloud computing—scalability, speed to market, lower costs and higher productivity—are well known throughout most industries. But for cyber criminals, this new, borderless infrastructure is a potential goldmine. According …

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Cisco and IBM Join Forces to Tackle Cybercrime

by June 1, 2017

Cisco and IBM Security has announced they are working together to address the growing global threat of cybercrime. In a new agreement,Cisco and IBM Security will work closely together across …

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Hackers Hone their Skills While Consumers in India Remain Complacent

by November 23, 2016

Norton by Symantec released the India findings from the annual Norton Cyber Security Insights Report, which sheds light on the truth about online crime and the personal effect it has …

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#BeCyberSafe: Endeavoring to Partner SMBs in Their Growth: Microsoft

by August 29, 2016

Sudhir Nayar – Director SMB, Microsoft India In a candid conversation with Sudhir Nayar – Director SMB, Microsoft India, Dataquest tried to understand how SMBs are exposed to cyber threats …

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Sophisticated Malicious Campaigns Hitting Commercial and Government Organizations: Kaspersky Report

by August 1, 2016

There used to only be dozens of threat actors, but the Kaspersky Lab Global Research and Analysis team now tracks the activity of more than a hundred threat actors and …

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Here’s How Business Travelers are Likely to Lose Data Through Public WiFi

by July 6, 2016

Kaspersky Lab’s latest report shows business travelers are more likely to be mugged of valuable private and corporate data while using public Wi-Fi, and yet …

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From Captain Crunch to Stuxnet: Five Hacks That Are Totally Insane

by June 1, 2016

NEW DELHI, INDIA: In the early 70s John Draper made a long-distance call for free by blowing a precise tone into a telephone which opened the phone system’s line. He …

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Odisha Teen Hacks Into Company’s Toll Free Number

by May 30, 2016

NEW DELHI, INDIA: A 19 year old villager from Odisha has hacked into a Hyderabad-based company, causing a loss of Rs 60 lakh. Himalaya Mohanty, a native of …

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Scammers Selling Fake Tickets to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro

by May 17, 2016

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Kaspersky Lab experts found the first spam emails mentioning the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in early 2015, a year before the event is set to …

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Cybercrime & Children in the Digital Age

by April 5, 2016

Online predators and privacy are some of the biggest issues parents are grappling with as cyber crime goes beyond online and moves to take over personal life. Fast-paced technological innovation and …

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Financial Sector most vulnerable to cybercrime

by July 8, 2015

In a survey carried out by KPMG to address the issue of increasing cybercrime in India, it was discovered that …

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