Monthly Archives: July 2017

Is Net4India closing its operations?

For some time now I have been trying to reach out to Net4India for some of my services and I am finding that the Company seems to have gone silent on customer interactions. I have observed technical glitches because of … Continue reading

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The Three Plus One dimensions of Information Security

In the past we have highlighted the three dimensional approach to Information security which combines Technical, Legal and Behavioural science as the dimensions of Information Security. Uni-Dimensional Approach Information Security has often been approached as a “Uni-Dimensional” concept based on … Continue reading

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Challenges and Solutions for Cybertariat employees

IEEE had organized a one day symposium at IISC, Bangalore on 29th July 2017 to discuss various issues that confront Netizens (Cybertariat). During this symposium, issues such as Cyber Crimes and Information Security was discussed. There was also a focus … Continue reading

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Smart City Council holds a “Round Table” in Bangalore

Smart City Council India, conducted an event in Bangalore on 28th July 2017 in which a report on  “Role of Surveillance in Securing Cities” was released. The program was sponsored by Western Digital Technologies one of the leading commercial stake … Continue reading

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Bhasmasura Syndrome grips Bitcoin supporters

Bitcoin is now at cross roads. Which direction it may take globally is not clear. Indian regulators should consider themselves fortunate that they have not yet committed themselves to issuing of their guidelines despite pressure from different directions. Currently the … Continue reading

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It is not Banks but the Customers who have lost Rs 88,553 an hour…

Times of India carried a report today headlined ‘Banks lost Rs 88553 an hour to Cybercrime in last 3 years”. According to the report, the total money lost from April 1, 2014 to June 30, 2017 due to Cyber Crime … Continue reading

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