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Jun 07, 2017
Companies to increase security in information security training in 2017: Symantec93 percent of Indian CISOs (Chief Information Security Officers) interviewed plan to increase spending on IT staff security training this year
Jun 07, 2017
Cloud security is making Indian information security officers work late into the night: SymantecAs enterprises become more reliant on Cloud, it is becoming increasingly difficult for CISOs to secure sensitive company data.
Jun 01, 2017
The mix of cyber spying and crime tools is fueling the blame game for cyber attacksSecurity experts refer to this as "the attribution problem", using technical evidence to assign blame for cyber attacks.
May 23, 2017
It is ‘highly likely’ that a group from North Korea is behind WannaCry ransomware, says SymantecWannaCry cyber attack this month infected more than 300,000 computers worldwide and disrupted hospitals, banks and schools across the globe.
May 03, 2017
She's the boss: Crisis management is a deal breaker in a marketer's role, says Nupur SharmaIt is challenging to be a woman in a male-dominated industry like IT, says Sharma.
Apr 27, 2017
Ransomware demands escalate as users keep paying up: SymantecThe surge in cyber extortion has been fueled partly by the sale of ransomware kits.
Apr 11, 2017
Symantec claims that over forty cyber attacks across the world linked to leaked CIA hacking tools"It is important to note that CIA is legally prohibited from conducting electronic surveillance targeting individuals here at home, including our fellow Americans, and CIA does not do so."
Feb 13, 2017
Valentine's Day-centric fake apps surge, increase security risks: Norton Mobile SurveyNearly 59 percent of people who used online dating services or apps on their mobile devices reported experiencing a security problem, a survey by global leader in cyber security Norton by Symantec has revealed.
Dec 09, 2016
'Fileless malware' and 'Dronejacking' will increase in 2017, says SymantecEnterprises of all sizes and consumers in India are at equal risks as advanced criminal attack groups now echo the skill sets of nation-state attackers, a Symantec executive has said, adding that "dronejacking" and "fileless malware" will increase in the upcoming year.
Nov 29, 2016
San Francisco public transport system hack demonstrates how malware affects the real worldThe ticket system of the The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency was compromised by ransomware.