Survey shows Indian companies most familiar with concept of cybersecurity in APAC region
APAC Cyber Resiliency and Risk Report said that 98% of Indian companies surveyed were likely to invest more in security due to regulation. India is most likely to have ‘high’ impact (58%) of cybersecurity incidents on businesses compared with 42% in Singapore and 16% in Australia. India also topped the list in belief in cyber-resilience.
Global semiconductor revenue declined 11.9% in 2019: Gartner
Worldwide semiconductor revenue totalled USD 418.3 billion in 2019, down 11.9 per cent from the previous calendar year, according to preliminary results by Gartner, Inc.
Tehran asks Canada to share its intel that Iran downed Ukraine jet
Iran called on Canada to share intelligence about the Ukrainian airliner that crashed outside Tehran was mistakenly downed by an Iranian missile. Upon allegations by US and London tallied with Canada on accidental drowning of the plane while launching ballistic missile at US military targets, Iran invited Boeing to take part in the official enquiry
Global PC shipments grew 2.3% to 70.6 million units in Q4 2019: Gartner
The global PC market grew 2.3 per cent year-on-year in October-December 2019 with shipment totalling 70.6 million units, data from research firm Gartner showed.
Intel agencies seek RBI help to check money laundering
Leading agencies including Income Tax, Enforcement Directorate, Serious Fraud Investigation Office and representatives of RBI and SEBI have suggested integration of core banking systems of all banks through data analytics and artificial intelligence thereby tracing the flow of black money through RTGS in different accounts before reaching actual beneficiaries.
Cybersecurity startups see billions in keeping you safe
The growing number of online transactions means cybercriminals have been targeting consumers through fraud calls, messages and emails.
Vladimir Putin thanks Donald Trump for intel that helped foil attacks: Kremlin
Vladimir Putin thanked Trump "for the transfer, through special services, of information allowing the prevention of terrorist acts in Russia," the president's office said in a statement.
Grey Group rejigs top, Anusha Shetty is group CEO
The group has elevated Anusha Shetty, currently CEO of AutumnGrey, to the position of chairperson and group CEO.
PM meets Ambani, Adani, other India Inc heads to discuss economy
Richest Indian Mukesh Ambani, Tata group patriarch Ratan Tata, telecom czar Sunil Bharti Mittal, billionaire Gautam Adani, Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra, and mining baron Anil Agarwal were among those present at the discussion.
Armed forces owe success to intel agencies: Lt. General Manoj Naravane
"Military operations and intelligence go hand in hand. In fact, whenever we have an operational briefing, it always starts with 'khabar dushman ke bare main' (news about our enemies) and that 'khabar' is what we get from our intelligence operatives," Lt. General Naravane said.
Artificial Intelligence research hub to come up in Hyderabad
Under another MoU, the NVIDIA will partner with the state government to setup a High Performance AI Computing (HPAIC) Centre. They will also assist in startup incubation, and host AI training sessions to support women and minority groups, officials said.
PM Modi , industry brainstorm on achieving $5-trillion target
The government has announced a number of measures, including a sharp cut in corporate tax, to revive the economy. It’s looking to boost GDP to $5 trillion by 2025 from about $2.8 trillion now.
Honor planning to enter India’s PC market with laptops in 2020
The laptops will be based on Intel and AMD chipsets, a top company executive told the media during a visit to company's headquarters in Shenzhen.Laptops with AMD processors are expected to be launched in India in the first quarter of 2020 along with the global launch, the company said.
Quantum leap: Nanotechnology, from science fiction to reality
Come the 2020s, and some of the nano gear will move from labs into our bodies, home appliances, cars, airplanes, food, solar panels, smart cities and whatever else you can think of. A nanometre is one-billionth of a metre or one-millionth the size of an ant.
Intel plans to add over 1000 people at new Hyderabad unit
Intel’s Hyderabad facility, which employs 400 people with emerging technology skills is set to hire more than 1000 employees to foster entrepreneurship and a research mindset. Employees at the new facility will focus on critical global products and technologies across next generation SoCs, graphics, hardware platforms and software.
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