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Remesh Ramachandran is an ethical hacker. He has solved several sophisticated cybercrime and real-world hacking cases, and has worked for the government and various other national and international agencies. Remesh is currently working as a CISO (Chief Information Security Officer) for an organisation.
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Human error is one of the significant factors that facilitates cybersecurity breaches in an organization. A Sophos report shows how Indian businesses lack appropriate preparedness levels when it comes to cybersecurity. However, there is a silver lining. This article discusses the report's key findings and why there is a need for Indian businesses to adopt robust cybersecurity measures.
Every day, millions of phishing emails are sent worldwide by threat actors to lure users into divulging their Personally Identifiable Information or other critical information, such as credit card credentials or bank account details. Here's how a team of researchers leveraged AI to write phishing emails, which seemed more realistic than human-written ones
Cybersecurity is set to change rapidly, with immense growth in spending across all sectors. The following twelve cybersecurity predictions for 2021 show the rising challenges and opportunities for the near future
IoT devices are dominating the healthcare industry today. From patient monitoring to anesthesia to radiology devices, they form the wheels driving the medical sector. But, is human error the sole factor behind hard-coded credentials, lack of authentication, and other vulnerabilities, or is it because of wrong or lazy decisions?
Here's how the technology landscape will transform over the next five years, and with it, how cybersecurity advancements will take place to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information
Enterprise Mobility And Role Of Strict IT Security Policies In Improving Workplace Mobility In An Organization
Enterprise mobility can be beneficial to an organization's growth, but security risks need to be taken care of first. With BYOD policies becoming the norm for many organizations, it is imperative to enhance security guidelines to address the concerns that are holding back workplace mobility
With the help of sophisticated algorithms, AI is slowly proving its worth as a robust tool to secure enterprise networks
It is essential for a user to know about it well and stay alert while using a network or device
Let's not forget that a learned assumption based on experiences gained so far backed with reliable big data is no more a mere random prediction; it's bound to be the fact.
AI technology can help enterprises in endpoint security, data privacy and against phishing, malware and ransomware attacks.
On these two days, fraudsters target shoppers by bombarding them with emails, banner advertising and social media posts
The businesses are always at danger of threat from within the organization. An organization's security can be easily crashed by an employee or human error, where careless or ignorant staffs are the second assuredly cause of a serious security breach
Whether it is Network Security, behavioral analytics, vulnerability management or phishing detection, AI and machine learning tools are indispensable while dealing with cyber security.
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