Mobile security

The chase between cyber-crime and cyber-security: What are startups doing about it?

The sensitivity towards cyber-crime is increasing. VCs are backing those startups that arrived early in the cyber-security space. In India, this industry vertical is still nascent, with around 50 security product startups.

Archaic practices, skills shortage biggest gaps in security today: Rajnish Gupta, RSA

Rajnish Gupta, Regional Director, India & SAARC at RSA explains why identifying critical assets and assigning a risk score is imperative to new age cybersecurity.

CISOs must invest in an effective GRC tool over anything else: Shubhagata Kumar

Shubhagata Kumar, Additional Director General and CISO, CBIC talks about what constitutes a robust security framework.

Amar H Shah

Ashok Leyland implemented a mobile security solution with the ability to implement geographic, device and user based security policies. 

Manish Sehgal

At AU Small Finance Bank, Manish Sehgal implemented a Mobile Security Solution with the ability to implement geographic, device and user-based security policies. 

Debojit Maitra

Debojit Maitra introduced all level protection Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail. He has implemented various security measures such as datacenter protection, servers and application protection, implemented Machine Learning and Deep Learning in perimeter and gateway level network, adequate measures in web & email security, BYOD device and end point protection and detection that would protect their digital systems from malicious Intruders of all sorts.
 

5 major cyberattacks and hacks of 2017

As we approach IDG Security Day on June 21, here is a glance at the major hacks, threats and ransomware attacks that shook the industry last year.

Software is the key enablement for defining security perimeter: Makarand Joshi, Citrix

Makarand Joshi, Area Vice President and Country Head – India Subcontinent at Citrix, talks about GDPR, why it bets on a software-defined perimeter, and what makes its unified workspace solution unique in the market.

Users attacked with malicious Office documents grew fourfold: Kaspersky

Attacks based on exploits are considered to be very powerful, as they do not require any additional interactions with the user and can deliver their dangerous code discreetly.

How lean development improved software security at Fannie Mae

Continual improvement methodologies strengthen security, shorten dev cycles and help the c-suite see infosec’s value.

MS Office vulnerabilities, unexplained outage puts Microsoft in a tough spot

The biggest software company in the world, Microsoft has had a rough month with significant spikes in targeted malware attacks and an out-of-the-blue Office 365 outage that threw enterprises out of gear all over the globe. 

More cyber criminals turn towards mining cryptocurrencies: Kaspersky

The experts at Kaspersky Lab found evidence showing that criminals are adding mining capacities into legitimate applications and spreading them under the guise of football broadcasting and VPN applications