Monthly Archives: November 2015

Hactivists now have a point to prove. Let’s see whether they can Walk the Talk.

The Paris Attack of 13/11 (2015) by ISIS would be an event which will change the face of earth. On the one hand, it has galvanized France and other nations including Russia which suffered an attack a few days back … Continue reading

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Can the “e-Janata Bazaar” carve out the future of Digital India?

In the early days of E Commerce development, the undersigned had been a great fan of the “Brick and Click” strategy for business development. The idea was to leverage the strength of the physical presence of a business with the … Continue reading

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Bug Bounty Program from Government is required

It was heartening to note that during the recent Cyber Security Summit in Delhi (Ground Zero), Mr Rajnath Singh, the Home Minister, stressed the need for “Cyber Security” for the success of the other Government initiatives such as the Digital … Continue reading

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“Do Not Disturb” not for websites?

In a significant ruling, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC)has rejected to force websites a petition by the Consumer Watchdog to enforce the “Donot Track” requests from individuals. The petition had requested  that the Commission “initiate a rule making proceeding requiring … Continue reading

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Special Interest Group on ITA 2000/8 Amendment

Naavi has been pointing out that the increasing use of IT in E Governance and E Commerce and the embracing of the Digital India policy which includes the Internet of Things and Big Data, there is a need for a … Continue reading

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Dear Start ups, Please take care of security… to avoid premature death.

An interesting narration from a security professional published in (Read the Article here), highlights how Indian Start ups are neglecting information security and opening themselves to the “Data Breach” and “Cyber Law Non Compliance Risk”. The article indicates that … Continue reading

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