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While IT is playing a dominant role in the country’s economy, a key question being raised is: Is digital India prepared enough to combat the red eye of cyber security threat

Data security can be a promising career in the age of Digital India

IT is playing a dominant role in the India’s economy but is it prepared enough to combat the red eye of cybersecurity threat?
With data so valuable to success, it has become the new currency of the digital age and has the potential to reshape every facet of the enterprise from business models to technology and user expectations. (Photo/Agency)

Data is the new currency: Mark Bregman, CTO – NetApp

There has been a fundamental shift from using data to run the business to recognising that data is the business, writes Dr. Mark Bregman, Chief Technology Officer – NetApp
Leveraging the capabilities of a good video management system, when clubbed with video analytics, will also allow efficient access to these external camera feeds at the command and control centre.

Crisis management plan imperative to counter cybercrime threats in India: ASSOCHAM-PwC study

Considering that Indian cyberspace is vulnerable to cyber crime, the country must formulate a crisis management plan to tackle cyber attacks, cyber terrorism and cyber espionage attempts
Beyond product and services, cyber security industry needs to push innovation

Top 6 cybersecurity trends to look for in 2017

Organisations that fail to increase their security budget and make security a top priority, are most likely to suffer the greatest financial losses. So what’s do we predict for 2017 besides building a better offense?

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Muthu Raja Sankar, Managing Director, Accenture Security, Accenture India.

Banks, payment channels continue to be lucrative spaces for hackers: Muthu Raja Sankar

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
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