IT Security

Business Disruption Becoming Main Attack Objective For More Adversaries

According to a report by US-based cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, 36 per cent of all incidents it investigated in 2019 had business disruption as their main objective. These attacks were largely caused by ransomware, destructive malware or DoS attacks.

Debroop Roy

IT Industry Strengthens Grip on Indian Talent in Q1 2019 (Infographic)

Not retail or healthcare but the telecom sector is aggressively hiring skilled individuals

Aastha Singal

Cyberpreneurship, a New Age Tool in Cyber Security

Cyberpreneruship has boomed since the past half decade, the ripples of which are only getting louder as we speak, reaching out to cover virtually every avenue existing on the Internet today

Himanshu Joshi

IT In-sourcing is the Trend to be Followed in the Next 3 Years

Insourcing is bound to take up multiple forms which are under multiple kinds of business model. It doesn't necessarily need to be under the same roof as the organization itself.

Sumit Peer

Who Watches the Watchmen?

Agentless IT technology does its job without sticking around longer than it's needed.

Ashley Leonard

Data Protection for Small Business

Protecting online transactions should be the number one priority of start-ups and businesses

Vinil Ramdev

FBI Vs Apple: Judgment Decides the Future of Privacy in Smart Phones

Governments could gain access to your darkest, most personal data in your phone – and there's nothing you can do about it

Rustam Singh

Putting Your Business at Risk is a Communications Channel You'd Never Guess: Paper

Are you overlooking this risk factor, which last year caused 25 percent of federal agencies' security breeches?

Thomas Tedford

IAN-backed InstaSafe aims to secure businesses by leveraging the power of cloud

InstaSafe brings about a paradigm shift in the way secure access is delivered by leveraging the cloud.

Samsung Caught Blocking Windows Security Updates

Turns out you may be at risk if you're running Windows 8.1 on a Samsung computer.

Jacob Kleinman

Identify and Stop Rogue Employees Before They Become a Security Threat

There are three types of rogue employees: The Innovative, The Bad and The Lazy. Here's how you can identify and stop them in their tracks.

Troy Moreland