"Very often by talking through what the impact (of data hoarding) can be, (and) by having very open conversations with business executives. The technical team for the most part understands this. It is now about having a conversation with the C-Suite and the boards, as they look at the overall business risk, because that is the job of the board."
A newly released report from Singapore-based cybersecurity and threat-intelligence firm Group-IB underlines what has been brewing in cybersecurity over the last few years — the dominance of the nation state as the primary threat actor. “The leading and most frightening trend of 2019 was the use of cyber-weapons in military operations,” the report says.
These include systems that are used in banks and govt. It is unclear if these systems are being upgraded.
Cryptojacking, a major concern for cybersecurity companies in late 2017, saw a downtrend last year.
"You can expect every responsible nation state to be conducting espionage of some kind. That is a normal nation-state behaviour," Joyce said.
Cosmos Bank, a Pune based co-operative had lost Rs 94.42 crore in one of the largest banking heists in the country through withdrawals from more than 14,849 ATMs transactions
Core to the C/4HANA suite, top SAP executives say, is the idea that businesses have to be prepared for as consumers are taking back control of their data.
The uncertainty miring cryptocurrencies isn’t good news for India’s blockchain aspirations.
Cybersecurity companies are becoming increasingly skilled at weeding out the scripts used in cryptojacking.
The Google judgement is based on the principle that a higher degree of responsibility is cast on Google because it has a dominant position in the market".
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