India Was Hit By A Global Cyber Attack Nearly 48,000 Computer Systems Became A Victim

Up to 74 countries have now been affected by a huge global cyber attack which hit globally. Other countries affected include the US, Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, India and Mexico. The virus is thought to be spreading at a rate of five million emails per hour. A huge extortion cyber attack hit, holding computer data for ransom at hospitals,…

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Cyber Crime To Grow Across All Segments Advanced Security Measures Need To Be Taken

Asia faces one of the severest security situations in the world, with spreading cyber crimes posing an unprecedented challenge for policing, the Interpol said. Cyber crime operations typically have teams dedicated to looking at open source intelligence, targets’ physical environments, weaknesses in supply chains, and potential collaborators inside target organisations to enable sophisticated, blended attacks that involve a combination of…

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Cyber Security To Account For 1 Million Jobs In India By 2025

Increasing incidents of cyber attacks and data protection efforts globally are expected to create $35 billion revenue opportunity and employment opportunities for about a million professionals by 2025 for India, IT industry body Nasscom said on Monday. “We estimate that cyber security is about $2.5-3 billion or about 2 per cent of the close to USD 150 billion Indian IT…

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Increasing Rate Of Cyber Crime And The Growing Threat To Data Security

As much as the internet is helping us improve our daily lives, it is not immune to threats that arise due to weak data security and their at-times unfortunate consequences. That is why several famous online portals, and especially ones that use real money like Casino.com, are these days opting for stringent security measures.But that does not mean that users can…

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Canary’s New Security Camera

Canary didn’t just go ahead and make the Flex its flagship. For starters, the camera is just a heck of a lot nicer looking than its predecessor, a white (or black) pill-shaped product with a glossy black frot and a glowing power ring on the bottom that brings nothing more to mind than HAL-9000, that ultimate bastion of home security.…

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Intel Transforms Intel Security with TPG to Form New McAfee

Intel announced today that it has plans to spin off its security unit into a new company that will be owned in-part by private equity firm TPG. Intel will retain a 49 percent ownership stake of the entity with TPG taking the majority stake. In exchange, Intel will be receiving $3.1 billion in cash. Intel’s security unit originated from its acquisition of…

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Apple Releases OS X Patch For Spyware Exploit

Apple issued an urgent security update on Thursday for OS X and Safari after finding the same vulnerabilities in its desktop operating system that were discovered last week in its mobile operating system and that allow attackers to remotely take control of a device. The patch for OS X 10.11.6 “El Capitan” and 10.10.5 “Yosemite” comes a week after internet security experts discovered that a…

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People Ignore Computer Security Alerts Up To 90% of the time

We  as a society may be more concerned about privacy and cyber security than ever, but that doesn’t mean we’re paying more attention to security alerts. People ignore software security warnings up to 90 percent of the time, according to a new study from Brigham Young University. The cause? Our inability to multitask. “While these alerts provide timely information, research shows they…

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BEST CCTV CAMERAS FOR 2016

BEST WIRELESS OUTDOOR CCTV CAMERAS FOR 2016 Budget, all-in-one CCTV cameras with bundled DVRs continue to be popular in the UK. If you’re looking to provide some surveillance coverage to a shop, home or garage, kits from the likes of Saance and Kare give you multiple cameras, near-HD quality and usually a DVR with an enclosed hard drive to store…

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