The untold story about ‘bitcoin’ – #cyberattack


Bitcoin is no stranger to controversy. It has weathered various storms over its security. But that is no guarantee that bitcoin will cope well in the future. One of Japan’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges has revealed that it’s lost nearly $400 million in a security breach. Coincheck says that it has restricted deposits and withdrawals for a cryptocurrency called NEM. Marko Kobal, co-founder of NiceHash, the Slovenian startup … Continue reading The untold story about ‘bitcoin’ – #cyberattack

The digital world needs an “immune system.”


Chronicle was born in 2016 as a project within X, Alphabet’s moonshot factory. They see a future where enterprise security teams can find and stop cyberattacks before they cause harm. By applying planet-scale computing and analytics to security operations, Chronicle provide the tools teams need to secure their networks and their customers’ data. Stephen Gillett is the CEO​ and Co-Founder​ of Chronicle. Stephen joined Chronicle from Google​, … Continue reading The digital world needs an “immune system.”

Transform your ‘Security Operations Center’


CIOs can take control to secure from the data breaches. Over a decade the cyber security landscape has evolved rapidly and the magnitude of cyber-attacks increased ever before. The future of information security threats will continue to accelerate massively, endangering the integrity and reputation of trusted organisations. This week, the industry experts at Davos WEF 2018 witnessed several cyber security trends and developments including the … Continue reading Transform your ‘Security Operations Center’

How Tata can regain the telecom market in India


India Telecommunication market has huge potential due to various factors With a subscriber base of nearly 1,210.71 million, as of July 2017, India accounted for the 2nd largest telecom network in the world. With 431.21 million internet subscriber, as of June 2017, India stands 2nd highest in terms of total internet users Mobile based Internet is a key component of Indian Internet usage, with 7 … Continue reading How Tata can regain the telecom market in India

Open Source Hardware – its Cost Reduction for many enterprise business


Large enterprise, cloud service providers, ‘big brand’ product companies are spending millions or billions of dollars in building their data center. So what do you think keeping these companies technology imperatives moving forward. Are they going to focus on hybrid controllers, traffic shaping, 100G, network modeling, network analytics and simulation, circuit automation and testing, backbone and edge traffic engineering, passive and active monitoring, configuration automation … Continue reading Open Source Hardware – its Cost Reduction for many enterprise business

Connected Cars and Security Design Considerations


Digital Disruptions is changing the way car business is done. The global automotive market is more than 100-years-old and generates over $9 trillion of revenue annually, yet the industry has seen very few major advancements since the early years. During the past century, vehicle fundamentals, including functionality, features and overall system design, have remained relatively the same. Comprehensive security for connected cars will require building … Continue reading Connected Cars and Security Design Considerations

Telco’s revenue growth over last few years is not promising


Global telecom companies revenues grew 2% YoY in 1Q17, to US$443.6bn. A modest recovery in mobile revenues is the primary factor, with Japan, Brazil, and Australia among the best performers. By contrast, India, China, the US, and several other big mobile markets declined in 1Q17. The decline in the US is particularly worrisome. The telecommunication industry continues to face considerable headwinds in the face of … Continue reading Telco’s revenue growth over last few years is not promising