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By: Amit Kumar | 29 September 2016
The shortage of trained cybersecurity professionals is a global challenge, and India is no stranger to the situation. An alarming 87 percent of respondents to ISACA's "2015 Global Cybersecurity Status Report - India Data" admitted India is facing a severe cybersecurity skills gap, whereas only 41 percent felt prepared to fend off sophisticated cyberattacks.
By: Rebecca Campbell | 26 September 2016
India is facing a major issue as ransomware attacks continue to rise in the country as it ranks fourth in the country and the world.
According to a report from The Financial Express, in 2016, the average ransom demand for e-kidnapping of data more than doubled.
By: Kelly Sheridan | 22 September 2016
The evolution of technology is changing the role of IT and security pros as more employees use cloud apps and connect personal devices to corporate networks.
Nearly half of North American end-users claim they connect more personally owned devices to corporate networks than they did 10 years ago. Sixty percent of IT pros around the globe claim their businesses permit the use of cloud-based apps.
By: Larry Loeb | 16 September 2016
The factors driving smartphone adoption don't always change that drastically - email, text, personal finance and occasionally syncing a new wearable device - so it's hard to imagine what else consumers can do with them beyond improvements to their daily routine. For businesses, however, can they help in mobile ID security?