India, Fifth Most Affected Country By WannaCry: F-Secure
WannaCry emerged as the most frequently seen ransomware threat last year, according to F-Secure.
Infosec Intelligence Conclave To Shed Light On Cyber-Security
The event is scheduled to take place on October 12th& 13th at the Sheraton Grand in Bengaluru.
Poor Cybersecurity Hygiene Leads To Greater Risks: Study
A new Fortinet research reveals that poor cybersecurity hygiene and risky application usage enable destructive worm-like attacks to take advantage of hot exploits at record speed.
Airtel, Symantec Team Up To Combat Cyber Threats
Technology : Networking & Communication
The partnership will help Airtel add value to existing enterprise relationships and further consolidate its leadership position in the B2B space.
Email Malware Grows At Alarming Rate Globally: Symantec
Category : Research
The email malware rate in July increased to one in 359 emails, the highest rate seen since December.
Key Cyber Security Initiatives for Indian Enterprises: Gartner
Category : Digital Enterprise
Rajpreet Kaur, senior research analyst at Gartner, shared her insights about the latest cybersecurity attacks on Indian enterprises and steps to mitigate risks from the attacks.
Shifting Security Strategy From Breach 'Prevention' To 'Acceptance'
Category : Interviews
Rana Gupta, Vice President, APAC Sales – Identity & Data Protection, Gemalto, explains how India can move towards a cashless and a digital economy, with the help of the right security solutions.
How Vendors Can Help CXOs With Right Security Practices
Category : Blog
Technology : Infrastructure
There is urgent need for vendors to raise awareness on the subject and strengthen the critical infrastructure protection in India.
Global Cybercrime Industry Will Continue To Flourish
The WannaCry ransomware and Petya wiper malware attack are the best example of the increasing ransomware trends across the globe.
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...