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Dalberg and iSPIRT in collaboration with Bharat Innovations Fund, Omidyar Network and Unitus Seed Fund launched BuildOnIndiaStack. (Photo/Unitus Seed Fund‏)

BuildOnIndiaStack: Venture pitch competition launched for early-stage startups

BuildOnIndiaStack is open to all innovations that leverage the India Stack to unlock new business models and reach previously under-served, new customer segments across diverse sectors such as financial services, education, healthcare and others
The panel which draws its members from government, academia and industry will study and identify key data protection issues and recommend methods to address them. (Photo/Agency)

Modi govt forms panel to suggest data protection framework

The committee of experts headed by Justice B N Srikrishna, former judge of Supreme Court will suggest a draft data protection bill
Campaign for Accountability (CfA), a non-profit organisation identified 329 research papers published between 2005 and 2017 on public policy matters of interest to Google that were in some way funded by the company (Photo/Agency)

CfA claims Google paid millions for favourable academic research; search giant says competitors like Oracle behind the report

Google paid millions of dollar to scholars and academician from most prestigious universities including Stanford, Harvard, MIT, Oxford for favourable academic research to support its business and policy goals, claims CfA
According to research firm Gartner, In 2017, the threat level to enterprise IT for information security continues to be at very high levels (Photo/Agency)

From cloud workload to micro segmentation: Here are the top 10 technologies for information security in 2017

According to research firm Gartner, In 2017, the threat level to enterprise IT for information security continues to be at very high levels, with daily accounts in the media of large breaches and attacks
Georg Schwab, MD of AVL Software and Functions GmbH and Alex Moiseev, CSO of Kaspersky Lab signed the cooperation agreement in Regensburg (Photo/Agency)

Kaspersky Lab and AVL sign cooperation for connected car security

To meet the cybersecurity challenges of connected car, Kaspersky Lab and AVL sign cooperation to work together to develop advanced and embedded security technologies
Raimund Genes was an integral part of Trend Micro during the last 21 years, building up the Trend Micro organisation in Germany and Europe and serving as chief technology officer and an important public voice for the company. (Photo/Trend Micro)

Cybersecurity genius, Trend Micro CTO Raimund Genes is no more

Raimund Genes, chief technology officer of Trend Micro died unexpectedly at the age of 54 due to heart attack on Friday, March 24, at his family home in Germany

Modi govt releases draft rules for m-wallets, smart cards payments and security

The government has released draft guidelines for transactions made through prepaid payment instruments (PPIs) like mobile wallets, smart cards and paper vouchers and also sought feedback from various stakeholders
Computers and servers in these virtual dating agencies filter the millions of people in their databases to find you your closest match. You’re able to scroll through profiles of people near you on your smartphone and send them a flirty text copied from a Google search you just did, bypassing the effort and anxiety of thinking of what you would like to say to your match.

Be careful on this Valentine’s Day! Don’t date a scammer online?

Now, with online dating websites and apps, it has become so easy to find a partner or in this case, a match – even from a different country if you wish. You can judge if you like the person by looking at their picture and also read their profile details to see if they’re “your type”.
The US-based company is already working with Goa government for educating students on being safe on Internet. (Photo/Pixabay)

Google pushes for adding Internet safety to curriculum in India

Technology giant Google is in discussions with 4-5 states across the country for including Internet safety as part of the curriculum for schools. The US-based company is already working with Goa government for educating students on being safe on Internet.

India fares better on several indicators of `digital civility’, says a survey by Microsoft

Though trolling is becoming a major concern with even MPs raising the issue in the Parliament last week, a global survey has found that India fares better than many other countries on several indicators of `digital civility'
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