According to regulatory filings sourced by business intelligence platform, Tofler, Oracle's Indian unit reported revenue of Rs 10,993.10 crore, compared to Rs 9,941.20 crore in the previous fiscal.
Police in states across India are relying on private firms and consultants to solve cybercrime cases
Cyber crimes are rising rapidly. Police's own teams are still being built, hence the need for private eyes.
Firms seek better definition of ‘sensitive’ health data and guidelines for anonymised data in the Personal Data Protection Bill. The clause on ‘fair and responsible processing’ of data in the Bill also needs to be clarified and cannot be left open to interpretation.
While the government and RBI had shown concern against the proliferation of private digital currencies, their interest on the subject has been lukewarm, said Sathvik Vishwanathan, the CEO of cryptocurrency exchange Unocoin.
DXC has been streamlining its business by expanding its offshore presence, making analysts cautious about its dependency on Mphasis, with some pulling back expectations from the channel and others revising their estimates. Business from DXC accounts for up to 28% of revenue. Mphasis has been able to grow revenues from its ‘direct core’ segment.
Current patent laws are inadequate for Artificial Intelligence-related Intellectual Property: Report
“Current patent laws treat Artificial Intelligence software inventions as logical algorithms implemented on the computer. While patent eligibility of algorithms is valid, there is little about how to deal with inventions that are heuristic in nature,” the report found.
Participants said that while the draft bill addressed matters of ‘consent’ and ‘explicit consent’ for different categories of data, it lacked clarity on what would qualify as consent and explicit consent. The differentiation was required by them to frame necessary compliance measures, they said.
Cognizant's decision to move out of content moderation biz has created space for other companies.
The revelations come at a time when India is witnessing a spate of cyberattacks on its institutions.
There’s also a technological reason for the migration of market scuttlebutt from WhatsApp to Telegram — investigative agencies had cloned mobile phones of accused persons and backed up the latter’s WhatsApp messages, which were used as evidence. Telegram has attracted over 100 million downloads globally on the Android Play Store.
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