Secure IoT Platform

Internet connectivity is a two-way street. With these devices becoming a gateway to our homes, workplaces, and sensitive data, they also become targets for attacks. Look around a typical household and consider what could happen when even the most mundane devices are compromised: a weaponized stove, baby monitors that spy, the contents of your refrigerator... Continue Reading →

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Malware to steal data from POS systems is widely available

On December 22, 2017, Jason’s Deli was notified by payment processors that credit card security personnel had informed it that a large quantity of payment card information had appeared for sale on the “dark web,” and that an analysis of the data indicated that at least a portion of the data may have come from... Continue Reading →

Cyber Security Defense in Depth Strategies

There is no silver bullet cyber security solution. According to Network Computing, defense in depth is: “The practice of layering defenses to provide added protection. Defense in depth increases security by raising the cost of an attack. This system places multiple barriers between an attacker and your business-critical information resources: The deeper an attacker tries to... Continue Reading →

Quantum computers pose a significant risk to Bitcoin.

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... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

Marketing Blockchain Solutions – Jeremy Epstein

Jeremy Epstein (@jer979) is an expert marketer helping companies make sense of solutions built on blockchain technology. In this episode, Jeremy and I discuss and define blockchain and what are some of the most common issues when marketing the idea to new customers. Join is and listen to how inefficiencies in the healthcare, mortgage, insurance... Continue Reading →

India to attract investment USD 100 billion in communication sector

India is the world's second-largest telecommunications market, with over 1.2 billion subscribers as of September 2017. Availability of affordable smartphones and lower rates are expected to drive growth in the Indian telecom industry. With 70 per cent of the population staying in rural areas, the rural market would be a key growth driver in the coming... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

Deep Dark Web – Have you heard of this?

Despite the ease of locating information on the Internet, the value of that information is often suspect. Much of what we find with search engines may be unreliable, untruthful or irrelevant. In 1994 when Dr. Jill Ellsworth coined the term "invisible Web" to identify information often missed by regular search engines. In September 2001 article,... Continue Reading →

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