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‘Captain Cool’ M.S Dhoni Becomes The Riskiest Celebrity To Search For Online: McAfee

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, captain of India’s World Cup winning team, and one of the country’s most celebrated sportsmen, has topped the McAfee Most Dangerous Celebrity™ list 2019. In its thirteenth edition, McAfee’s research identified popular celebrities generating the riskiest search results that could potentially expose their fans to malicious websites and viruses. Dhoni led the team to the 2011 World ...

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Kaspersky Spotted A New Spy Tool Dtrack in Top 3 States of India

In 2018, Kaspersky researchers discovered ATMDtrack – malware created to infiltrate Indian ATMs and steal customer card data. Following further investigation using the Kaspersky Attribution Engine and other tools, the researchers found more than 180 new malware samples which had code sequence similarities with the ATMDtrack – but at the same time clearly were not aimed at ATMs. Instead their ...

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Technology Experts Discussed The Future of Cybersecurity at CLOUDSEC 2019

CLOUDSEC India 2019, hosted by Trend Micro Incorporated attracted more than 750 business and technology leaders this year, making it the cybersecurity event of the year. With tectonic shifts in the technology landscape, “Hybrid Cloud Security and Evolution” and “Cross Generation Detection and Response” are seen as the key drivers that will define the future of cybersecurity; they are also the themes for this year. Experts ...

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Cybersecurity Leaders Launch Initiative for Interoperability and Data Sharing to Thwart Attacks

The OASIS international consortium announced an industry initiative to bring interoperability and data sharing across cybersecurity products. With initial open source content and code contributed by IBM Security and McAfee, and formed under the auspices of OASIS, the Open Cybersecurity Alliance (OCA) brings together organizations and individuals from around the world to develop open source security technologies which can freely exchange information, ...

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Canon Partners with McAfee to Safeguard Businesses from Cyber Threats

Canon and McAfee announced they have entered into a strategic partnership to provide businesses with embedded protection against malware execution and tampering of firmware and applications running on multi-function devices (MFDs). Through the partnership, McAfee Embedded Control now comes as an additional standard security feature on the third edition of Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE Generation 3 MFDs, helping businesses strengthen the ...

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K7 Computing Raises Awareness About Cyber Threats at AVAR Cyber Conclave

K7 Computing Private Limited hosted the prestigious AVAR Cyber Conclave 2019 in Bangalore, India. With the attackers exploiting the vulnerabilities in the systems, globally, the massive damage wrought by the cybercriminals may be fathomed by the estimates of losses due to ransomware alone amounting to over USD 8 billion (approximately INR 56,700 crore).   The aim of the event was to generate ...

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Quick Heal Detects 29 Malicious Apps on Google Play Store

Quick Heal Security Labs reported 29 malicious apps found on Google Play Store, which have a collective download count of more than 10 Millions. Google was quick enough to remove these malicious apps from Play Store immediately. One of the Apps from this set, named “Multiapp multiple accounts simultaneously” has crossed 5 million installs already. From this set of 29 ...

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Tyco Introduces 2.80 Version of C•CURE 9000 Security Software

Tyco introduces C•CURE 9000 Version 2.80 which provides features like on-demand identity authentication, meta tags and GIS location pins, that enhance and greatly optimize security operations, broaden search capabilities, and enhance video association for access-led unification. “We believe that close collaboration with our customers and our industry partners has helped us develop a complete and fully integrated High Assurance Solution ...

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Cyber Twins Reveals How Threat Actors Hurt Skilled Software Developers

In 2017, news from CCleaner and NetSarang supply chain attacks made global headlines. This caught the attention of cybersecurity twins, Noushin Shabab and Negar Shabab to dive deeper and uncover details around compromised software development environment. Compromising software development environment is not a new phenomenon. In order to understand how cyberattackers take advantage of software developers, the twins went back ...

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