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SMEs and Startups Face More Cyberattacks in India

Startups and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) remain the most vulnerable segment in India when it comes to cyberattacks, said a new eBook report. The...

Building a Career in the Field of Ethical Hacking – 5Ws and 1H

With technological advancements, the IT industry is growing at a rapid rate. Companies continue to generate a huge amount of data every day, leading...

eRaksha Competition 2020: Creating Cyber Awareness Among Youth

Online learning has become the need of the hour and the most viable resource that has come to the aid of children and their...

India Witnesses a 37% Rise in Cyberattacks in the First Quarter of 2020

India has seen a 37 per cent increase in cyberattacks in the first quarter (Q1) of 2020, as compared to the fourth quarter (Q4)...

Nearly 73% Cyberattacks Performed on Microsoft Office Products, Says New Report

Microsoft Office products were the most commonly exploited by cybercriminals around the world and nearly 73 per cent of cyber exploits were performed in...

Smartphones Hotspots of Cyberattacks in India: Check Point

BY GOKUL BHAGABATI  If you thought only large critical infrastructure and big corporations would always bear the brunt of the rise in cyberattacks, you could...

Iranian Hackers Wage Offensive Cyberattacks Amid Tensions with US

Iran has increased its offensive cyberattacks against the U.S. government and critical infrastructure as tensions have grown between the two nations, cybersecurity firms say. In...

North Korean Hackers Behind Surge in Cyberattacks on Banks: Report

With the US-led sanctions damaging its economy, the North Korean government is using cyberattacks on banks to raise cash, according to US officials, the CNN reported. A summit between US President Donald Trump and...

Future Cyber Attacks May Be Seen As The New ‘Normal’

Cyberattacks on elections, public infrastructure and national security are increasingly being seen as the new normal, according to a global survey on cybersecurity. And in...

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