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Consumers Don’t Trust Retailers On Data Safety
India has one of the highest rate of prepaid card fraud at 18%, according to a new study.
Pirated Software Is Injurious To Data Security: Study
Easily available pirated software is injurious to data security, says a recent study carried out by independent forensic science lab Truth Labs.
Businesses Must Gear Up For Data Leak Prevention
Vadim Kuznetsov, International Sales Director, InfoWatch speaks about the importance of DLP measures in an enterprise threat landscape and the company’s DLP initiative for the India market.
New Cybersecurity Practices Need Heightened Collaboration: RSA Chief
RSA executive chairman Coviello stressed that the evolving threat environment calls for new cyber-security practices.
Finding Needle In The Security Data Haystack
Despite cyber criminals getting smarter, with the right security solutions in place, the needle in the haystack is no longer hidden.
Security Management Needs A Greater Focus
Nearly 40 percent of IT organizations experienced more than two significant security incidents, says a new study.
Is The Internet Of Things Doomed?
Jason Bloomberg, an expert in enterprise computing notes why IoT does not deserve the hype.
Database Monitoring Can Reduce High-profile Breaches
Continuous monitoring of database networks is the best approach to avoid breaches and high-profile attacks in organizations, reveals a study.
Increased Digital Risks Will Make DRO's Role Critical
Digital risk officers will require a mix of business acumen and understanding with sufficient technical knowledge, says Gartner.
Cyber Crime Hits Indian SMBs In Small Towns
A recent data shows a majority of hacking and other cyber offenses are happening in small towns and rural areas in India.