Global Cybersecurity Association launches GCA Index

The Global Cybersecurity Association (GCA), a dedicated non-profit body, announced the launch of ‘GCA Index’ at a conference in New Delhi titled “Empowering Cybersecurity: Bringing youth, industry citizen & government on a common platform”. This first-of-its kind Index will serve as a go-to reliable resource, offering insights into various use cases and highlighting products, services,…

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State Sponsored Cyber Attacks — Shaping the Geo-Political Landscape?

Since the early era of organized cybercrime and state sponsored cyber crime, it has travelled a long way and has become extremely lethal and devastative in nature today. Turbulent geo-political situations across the globe have added more fuel to scale up such attacks worldwide. So, what does the future look like? Ever increasing attacks on…

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2024 Trends for Cybersecurity ;What they Bring in for Practitioners Wiley Research

The cost of responding to cyber-attacks keeps mounting, federal and state regulators have responded with increased regulations and disclosure requirements enhancing the complexities associated with responding to ransomware attacks and data breaches. Wiley has looked back at the top cyber issues for 2023 and what they mean for 2024. The National Cyber security Strategy—which outlined a…

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Healthcare CyberSecurity Poised For Notable Growth in 3-5Yrs; Sumanth Naropanth, CEO, Deep Armor

‘Deep Armor has worked with the US FDA closely and would be happy to work with the GoI and with private businesses to ensure high security standards of India  IoMT and healthcare products.’ Healthcare Industry is in the verge of major growth, besides the significant adoption of IoMT devices, SaMD and many more internet based…

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Triveni Singh Joins PWC India, as a part of their Cyber crime Team

Triveni Singh, a 2011 batch state cadre IPS officer who is known as the ‘cybercop’, held the position of superintendent of police (SP) cybercrime since August 2020, retired from his services. He retired at least two years before his scheduled superannuation in November 2025. Initially appointed as a provincial police services (PPS) officer in 1994,…

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Threatcop Launches Cybersecurity Guide as First Line of Defense

Threatcop, a pioneer in people security management category with an exclusive AAPE framework, has  announced the launch of its ground breaking cybersecurity guide, “People Security,” at the prestigious Annual Information Security Service (AISS) 2023 event organized by DSCI. This innovative guide is a testament to Threatcop’s commitment to its People Security Management (PSM) category which…

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Samsung Users in India was Issued Warning by CERT of Possible Cyberthreat

Security alert,  was issued for Samsung users on December 13, stating concern as high-risk and emphasised the urgency of updating the operating system or firmware in the existing Samsung mobile phones. Samsung Electronics has been notifying some of its customers of a data breach that exposed their personal information to an unauthorized individual form the…

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Ransomeware Attacks Intesified in 2023; Key finding from Zscaler

The battle against ransomware attacks has intensified during the April 2022 through April 2023 period, as proven by the key findings in this year’s report from Zscaler Cloud. As per  Zscaler cloud, ransomware attacks witnessed a staggering 37.75% increase, signaling a growing threat to organizations worldwide. Worse, the payloads observed in the Zscaler sandbox surged…

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Ecobillz Redefined its Cybersecurity Compliance Commitment with Certification

The ISO 27001 certification and SOC 2 Type I compliance ascertain security, connectivity and confidentiality provided by Ecobillz’s digitisation solutions. Ecobillz, a B2B digitisation SaaS platform that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to provide advanced paper-free digital guest experiences and automates backend operations, has marked a significant milestone in its operations by achieving two key international…

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National Aerospace Research Lab Hit by Ransomware, Threatens to Publish Stolen Data

NAL HIT BY RANSOMEWARE  As per National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), LockBit added to its Dark Web leak site. This gave them edge and threatens to publish the organization’s stolen data if it fails to pay an unspecified ransom as per TechCrunch. Website’s of NAL was down CERT (Indian cyber agency) was down. LockBit is famous…

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