Startups at India and Israel will benefit by Cyber Security Partnership

Governments and enterprises are committed to the protection and the integrity of their own proprietary information and the privacy of their citizens and customers; while the hackers are motivated to collect data for different reasons. The acts of data protection and privacy protection that these organization take, using authentication, cloud security, critical infrastructure security, endpoint... Continue Reading →

Does Government Prepared To Deal Cyber Security Threat

Cyberspace is a complex environment consisting of interactions between people, software and services, supported by worldwide distribution of information and communication technology (ICT) devices and networks. Most of the governments have national cyber security strategies drafted in the recent past, but how far its executed it within the government sectors is still a question to... Continue Reading →

Nation’s outlook to use BlockChain

Its been widely discussed topic in many financial institutions - #blockchain. The transformation of the financial services industry is top-of-mind for everyone in the field and blockchain might be the hottest topic in the rapidly changing world of Fintech. But how can this technology really help government across nations? Governments are still identifying potential use-cases... Continue Reading →

UK government’s new National Cyber Security Strategy, which will set out decisive action to prevent damaging cyber-attacks

The UK will be one of the safest places in the world to do business, with a world-class cyber security industry and workforce thanks to a new plan underpinned by £1.9 billion of investment. The Chancellor, Philip Hammond has today (1 November 2016) formally launched the government’s new National Cyber Security Strategy, which will set... Continue Reading →

EUROPOL – The Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment

EU Member States investigated a number of data breaches and network intrusions. Notably there were a number of attacks on critical infrastructure - with telecommunications companies being a common target. Other instances involved breaches into private industry and government sectors and were primarily motivated by financial gain, although cases of hacktivism and intellectual property theft are also occurring. The delivery of... Continue Reading →

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