Security Is No Longer Just CIOs' Headache
In a complex threat landscape, security not only remained a subject that comes under the CIO’s ambit, but also a shared responsibility of every stakeholder.
Weekly Rewind: Top 10 Stories On CXOToday (Nov 7-11)
Category : Digital Enterprise
Technology : Enterprise IT Services
Here are some of the top stories of the week on CXOToday you would not want to miss.
AI, Speed Of Response Vital In Cyber Security
Sunil Gupta, President & COO, Paladion Networks, sheds light on the current cyber security landscape in India.
Why India Needs More Ethical Hackers In The Cyber Space
Ethical hackers have a very bright future in India however, it requires dedicated efforts from the government and security firms to recognize them as an key stakeholder in the cyber security world.
IoT Devices Are The Latest Hacking Targets For Cyber Attacks
While the Internet Of Things (IoT) brings valuable advantages to industry and consumer, it is actually endangering everyone’s cyber health.
Mobile Security Is Growing At A Rapid Pace In India
In a candid interaction with CXO Today, Parvinder Walia, APAC Sales and Marketing Director, ESET, highlights the business prospects in the mobile/android security which is still a largely unexplored segment in India.
Making Smart Cities Safe In The IoT Era
Technology : Infrastructure
While smart cities enabled by the IoT, can deliver cost and operational efficiencies, it is important for government agencies and private entities to turn those smart cities safe.
Managed Services To Dominate Global Security Market In 2016
Category : Press Releases
Managed security services will be the largest sub-set of services and will see $13 billion in revenue in 2016, says IDC.
Hack It Yourself Before Getting Hacked
In an exclusive Interaction with CXOtoday, Tishneet Arora, CEO- TAC Security and one of India’s youngest ethical hackers, shares his thoughts on the Indian ethical hacking market.
Yahoo Hacked But Is Anybody Safe Online?
Yahoo has confirmed a massive data breach that had stolen information from at least 500 million user accounts,