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Eyes on next billion users, Google Tez mobile payment App launched in India

With the aim to focus on next billion users online and India’s growing SMEs sector, global search giant Google has launched Google payment App Tez in India.
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HyTrust solutions to be integrated with VMware vCD to broaden security and compliance

The workload security solutions firm HyTrust said that it has broaden security and compliance offerings for VMware Cloud Provider Program Partners with further integration of HyTrust solutions and VMware vCloud Director (vCD).
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Aadhaar-SIM Card link: Here’s how to link more than one SIM cards to Aadhaar

Even after Supreme judgement on ‘Right to Privacy’, the Union government is moving with its earlier plan of linking all prepaid and postpaid mobile SIM cards to Aadhaar and deactivating all unlinked SIM cards after February 2018.
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Google launches website to educate value of using certified Android device

Goolge works with manufacturers across the globe to run hundreds of compatibility tests that ensure devices adhere to the Android security and permissions model. These tests also verify that the Google apps pre-installed on devices are authentic, and that apps from the Play Store can work as intended.
Zerodium which specialises in reselling zero-day exploits has offered $500,000 (Rs 3 crore) for finding zero-day exploits in WhatsApp (Photo/Agency)

Hack WhatsApp, get Rs 3 crore, says Zerodium

US-based security firm Zerodium which specialises in acquiring and reselling zero-day exploits has offered $500,000 (Rs 3 crore) for finding zero-day exploits in secure messaging platforms including WhatsApp, Signal and Telegram.
The IT ministry has now said it intends to ask all the remaining companies selling smartphones in India to provide details of the data security processes followed by them to safeguard users’ data. (Photo/Agency)

What is your data security procedure, asks Modi govt to smartphone makers

To have proper understanding and robust data security in place in India, Narendra Modi government has asked smartphone makers, both domestic and international to share their data security procedure.
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Cross-border data flows are essential to the global economy: BSA

Cross-border data flows are essential to the global economy. This is a point that BSA always emphasizes. But what exactly are “cross-border data flows” and how do they affect you?
Walmart has decided to take on its online rival Amazon with help from Google. Voice shopping market is still in its initial stages and Amazon its sole leader. (Photo/Walmart)

Walmart collaborates with Google to eat Amazon pie

Retail giant Walmart has collaborated with Google. Now, the voice activated assistant from Google will offer thousands of products from Walmart.
In 2013, the global e-discovery market was valued at $5.5 billion incorporating both services and software. In a next five years it’s predicted to grow by $21 billion, mainly due to the mounting growth in the volume of ESI. (Photo/Agency)

Tryst of social media e-discovery with the law

In 2013, the global e-discovery market was valued at $5.5 billion incorporating both services and software. In a next five years it’s predicted to grow by $21 billion, mainly due to the mounting growth in the volume of ESI.
Organisations need to put ethics at the heart of securing public trust in the digital age according to a new global study of accountants and business leaders from ACCA. (Photo/ACCA)

Chartered Accountants body ACCA warns of new ethical risks in the digital age

A report released by ACCA raises questions about how prepared businesses are to face new ethical challenges such as ransomware attacks; crypto-currency transactions; intellectual property disputes and customer privacy
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