Moumita Deb Choudhury
10 Ways To Get Away Cyber Bombs Like Petya and Wannacry
India is the worst effected in the Asia-pacific region by ‘Petya’ that has claimed thousands of victims globally and is ranked as the seventh most impacted nation...
Petya More Lethal Than Wannacry: India On A ‘Restore’ Mission
Petya’s fallout is expected to be gruesome than Wanncry, which mainly locked out a lot of intellectual property, but the former is not only exploiting the same EternalBlue vulnerability but has added to the loop that was exposed from prior leaks...
Petya Ransomware Wreaks Havoc Across The Globe
A massive outbreak was caused by malicious software update for M.E. Doc, a accounting software used by Ukrainian companies.
E-Learning Can Bridge the Gap Between Skilled And Unskilled
Arun Rajamani, Country GM, Pluralsight India discusses how the company provides a learning platform that combines content with assessments, skill paths, mentoring, gamification and customizability features that help customers meet talent, agility and ROI
Telcos Leveraging IoT To Gain An Edge
Telecom operators being providers of network connectivity will play a crucial role in the process majorly in Machine-To-Machine communication which calls for operators to work around new rating plans and enable uninterrupted connectivity.
Leased Office Space Is The New Norm In Indian IT
Many IT and ITeS companies are not investing in permanent properties, but are looking for office space that are not rigid and accommodate employee growth.
Cyber-security Must Focus On The Human Point
Surendra Singh, Country Director, Forcepoint, discusses how IT Security professionals risk being obsolete unless they keep up to date and adapt to this changing IT environment.
The Rider, Driver And Tech Story Of Uber
The company believes that the entire driver-rider equation is different in India and hence it’s a great opportunity.
Uber Organizes ‘Tech Day’; Showcases India-Centric Technology
The event provided a platform to highlight India-centric technology and the role it plays to make the experiences as seamless as possible, for both riders and drivers.
'Cashless India' Still Far-Fetched Without Proper Security
In a country where we are still running on older versions of operating systems and majority of the population are not tech literates, going cashless driven by digital may be screwy.