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We are set to break-even by mid FY19: BankBazaar CEO Adhil Shetty

We are working on closing FY18 with 100 million visitors per quarter. We are investing heavily by hiring talent for our ‘PaperLess’ program. With this long-term approach of growth with positive unit economics bearing fruit, we are set to break-even by mid FY19,” said BankBazaar CEO Adhil Shetty.
Vinaya Varma, CEO, mjunction

Our transaction value has touched Rs 68,349 crore in FY17: mjunction CEO Vinaya Varma

A 50:50 joint venture promoted by SAIL and TATA Steel, mjunction claims to run the world's largest eMarketplace for steel. The company says that it has changed the way steel and coal is bought and sold in India and now, aims to repeat the same with sectors like oilfields, foodgrain and forest produce.
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Cybersecurity Predictions for 2018: Majority of breaches we respond to, are state-sponsored, or state condoned, says Kevin Mandia, CEO, FireEye

There is no one nation, five nations, or collection of 20 nations that are holding all nations accountable to abide by any rules of engagement on cybersecurity, says Kevin Mandia.
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India has become the fastest growing market for our cloud platform: DigitalOcean

DigitalOcean has more than one million users and supports tens of thousands of engineering teams who rely on DigitalOcean to run their workloads and now Indian developers are also banking on it for software development, says Prabhakar Jayakumar, Country Manager, DigitalOcean
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Enterprises must use hype cycle around KRACK vulnerability to push for network segmentation: Mike Fumai of AppGuard

Enterprises should use this hype cycle around KRACK to persuade stakeholders to properly segment wired and wireless networks, if that has previously been opposed, says Mike Fumai, COO and President of AppGuard
At Asus, we believe in introducing 4G enabled devices which are not only affordable but also worth the value a customer pays, says Peter Chang, regional head - South Asia & country manager - ASUS India. (Photo: Asus India)

Large scale roll-out of 4G would be a boon

The Indian Government's Digital India and Make in India initiatives certainly need good internet connectivity which would be the key for all their digital projects. Considering this, the large scale roll-out of 4G would be a boon to this vision and campaign insights of the Indian Government.
Tim Alsop, Managing Director and CEO, CyberSafe. (Photo/CyberSafe)

We streamline password for SAP platforms with full security: Tim Alsop, MD & CEO, CyberSafe

Cybersafe specialises in security, particularly in authentication. It authenticates users when they login to SAP business applications.
Tarun Pathak, Sr, Telecom Analyst at Counterpoint

New technology brings with itself a tariff war between telecos

The large scale roll out of 4G can help in digital push but we have to understand the roll out and uptakes of services are two different things., says Tarun Pathak, Sr. Telecom Analyst, Counterpoint
Shrikant Shitole, managing director – India, Symantec. (Photo/Symantec)

New tech open new opportunities for cyber criminals: Shrikant Shitole, India MD, Symantec

Insurgence of cloud, mobility and Internet of Things enabled devices make information security a prerequisite for businesses and make the need for a plan to combat security threats a pre-requisite, says Shrikant Shitole of Symantec
Muthu Raja Sankar, managing director, Accenture Security, Accenture India. (Photo/ Accenture India)

Banks and payment channels continue to be lucrative spaces for hackers

Banks and payment channels continue to be lucrative spaces for hackers to steal priceless customer data and gain entry into customers’ accounts, says Muthu Raja Sankar of Accenture India