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Growing cyber attacks

Infamous cybercrimes

“One of the main cyber-risks is to think they don’t exist. The other is to try to treat all potential risks.

Fix the basics, protect first what matters for your business and be ready to react properly to pertinent threats. Think data, but also business services integrity, awareness, customer experience, compliance, and reputation.”
― Stephane Nappo

With the ever growing trend of digital information, a lot of new field of study has come into limelight. Some of them include data science, RPA, digital marketing and so on. Data science has presented so many applications that has helped us understand the potentials of what we can do with the data we have. Data can range from the most simple to the most confidential class. Higher the class, the protection and safeguarding becomes an unavoidable aspect

Cybersecurity has undoubtedly been a boon for every organization dealing with data immaterial of the size. Today, in this pandemic era, the dependency on data has been more than ever. With the COVID-19 problem, a lot of things have changed. From people losing jobs, organizations experiencing cyber attack in various forms, the demand for cybersecurity has just skyrocketed and Gartner quotes the rate will multiply by 2022.

As you can see, we’re not short on threats for the coming year. In part, we have new technology to thank for that. As 5G, blockchain and other technologies become more common, they will undoubtedly improve our lives, but also offer significant security challenges.

Whichever industry you’re in, make sure you know how your business could be affected, then plan proactive solutions to keep your business safe.

Source: Yale


Even DNA Sequencing machines aren’t spared today – Warning from CISA ignored

DNA or Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid is the structural and functional characteristic of every human being, the hereditary material in humans and almost all other organisms. Nearly every cell in a person’s body has the same DNA. With technological advancements, DNA can now be sequenced at ease and that too in shorter time frames. The processContinue reading “Even DNA Sequencing machines aren’t spared today – Warning from CISA ignored”

Make way for new Industrial Spy Markets – Products marketed through cracks & adware

Today we are completely dependent on e-commerce websites even for a minimal requirement, all thanks to the pandemic and increased dependency, online shopping has become paramount in our everyday lives. In today’s digital world, we can see that the volume of data being dealt with has increased multi-folds and almost every organization has data eitherContinue reading “Make way for new Industrial Spy Markets – Products marketed through cracks & adware”

Another big fish goes down – This time Okta! – Enter Lapsus$ group!

Since the last 2 days, Okta has been on the radar confirming a possible data breach. Microsoft has confirmed the data breach and it seems the Okta support staff’s laptop was hacked as early as January this year. Microsoft has confirmed that one of their employees was compromised by the Lapsus$ hacking group, allowing theContinue reading “Another big fish goes down – This time Okta! – Enter Lapsus$ group!”

There’s a new Escobar in town – The Android World

As soon as I saw this article yesterday, I was driven back to the binge-watching time of the famous TV series “Narcos”. History has witnessed his personality (Escobar) and synonymity with crime. Though ironically speaking if cybercrimes were to exist during his time which it didn’t might’ve existed if his men stole a truckload ofContinue reading “There’s a new Escobar in town – The Android World”


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