How India's IT professionals got trapped in Myanmar, Cambodia’s cybercrime dens
Illegal industry, dominated by Chinese cyber criminals, thrives on defrauding people from US and Europe, robbing them of millions. Irony is, some perpetrators are also victims of human trafficking.
Critical infra in cybercriminals’ crosshairs
Every country should consider embedding cybersecurity practices into the corporate or organisational culture and digital products lifecycle, as the world is likely to see more such attacks.
This startup is changing the cybersecurity game
CloudSEK, a Bengaluru-based digital risk management company, has exposed how millions of users are at the risk of being victims of online frauds.
Rise of financial fraud in a Covid-19 world
The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a swift adoption of digital transactions. But increased digitalisation in banking has also given a fillip to cyberattacks. How do we circumvent this problem?
Securing our home office is possible. Here's how
Work from home has become a new reality, and it's here to stay. But it has also become necessary to secure our home offices from cyberattacks. Here's how one can do it.
‘We want to become the Netflix of cybersecurity’
In an exclusive chat, Lucideus co-founder and CEO Saket Modi says that with their SAFE Me app, they want to put people at the front and centre of the cyber defence matrix.
Harness the human mind to bolster cybersecurity
With research suggesting that 41% of employees will continue to work from home post-Covid-19, cybersecurity playbooks must be robust enough to deal with it.
Security biggest travel risk in 2020: Study
More than half the number of organisations surveyed believe geopolitical threats and civil unrest will be among the most likely causes of modified travel in 2020.