From safeguarding a massive mobile workforce to deploying an agile, scalable security solution, here’s how Vikas Gupta, CIO at H-Energy future-proofed cybersecurity at his organization.
From exposing Aadhaar vulnerabilities to hunting down bugs in Microsoft. Here are four white hat hackers who made waves in the cybersecurity realm this year.
The single biggest threat to widespread proliferation of connected cars is data security. A conversation with two giants in the Indian auto space – Tata Elxsi and Tata Technologies brings to light why the threat is of paramount importance and what can be done to bolster security.
GlobalSign SSL/TLS certificates are being offered by Safescrypt, the data security business of Sify across India and other SAARC countries.
A Kerala-based bug bounty hunter, Sahad NK discovered a critical vulnerability in Microsoft’s login that made it possible to hack into anyone’s MS Office and Outlook account.
"Any organization not running a breach detection solution (or not having performed a recent investigation) must, in this day and age, assume they're in a post-breach state."
Instagram’s ‘Download Your Data’ tool accidentally put user credentials at risk. What’s particularly worrisome though, is the possibility of Instagram storing passwords in plain text.
Tata Communications’ Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) service offers 24/7/365 proactive security monitoring and management for events and incidents by a dedicated, expert team.
The Kaspersky Cyberinsights 2018 two city series in India, as part of its pan-APAC series, put the spotlight on the central theme of “Building Cyber Defence and Resilience with Adaptive Security Framework”.