Kerala Police Act Amendment put on hold by Pinarayi Vijayan government; similarities to scrapped 66A, 118(d) exist
The LDF government's claim of passing the law to protect women and children from cyber bullying or abuse falls flat as existing laws too provide for the same
The revelations are certain to anger the Vatican as its relationship with the Chinese government has been enormously delicate, especially over China’s crackdown on Hong Kong
Leading stock exchange BSE has cautioned market intermediaries against malicious cyber attacks amid increased usage of mobile phones and tabs in the wake of lockdown to contain the COVID-19 pandemic
The pattern of cyber attacks was cyclical and increasing in magnitude, said the oil giant's IT security chief.
Digital infrastructure, because of its connectivity to the global communications network, is vulnerable to threats.
A few of its employee accounts had been affected by an "advanced phishing campaign", and it has taken remedial steps, Wipro COO B M Bhanumurthy said
Card payments infrastructure must be made more secure in a bid to compete with cash-based system, Nilekani said
Data breaches can result in sensitive data loss, server outages and costly legal liabilities.
Palo Alto Networks will also run their "GlobalProtect" service on Google Cloud Platform.
BIS said two separate attacks on the Czech ministry were partly the work of the APT28 hacking group.
Russia has drawn up draft legislation to stop leaks of personal information from state agencies.
Russia, US, China, Netherlands and Germany have altogether targeted India with 4,36,090 cyber attacks.
Sabarimala row: Devotee organisations say Kerala Police's new security measures may only compound chaos
The virtual queue system, which is similar to the digital system introduced by police since 2012, has not been effective in crowd management at Sabarimala.
Sabarimala row: BJP gears up for showdown with Kerala government as Lord Ayyappa temple set to reopen briefly
The Sabarimala Action Committee, a group of various Hindu outfits spearheading the agitation, claimed hundreds of women have come forward to defend their faith and customs and will do so on 5 November.
BJP to step up Sabarimala protests, Pinarayi Vijayan warns of action against those trying to create 'communal divide' in police
Vijayan cautioned against alleged attempts to create "communal divide" in the state police, as BJP decided to intensify protests against the left government on the Sabarimala issue.
EU officials are equally concerned about the misuse of voter data by domestic actors to sway elections.
In a letter to the Australian government, Apple asserted that encryption is a benefit and public good.
Russia military intelligence accused of hacking weapons database at The Hague; Moscow's 'cyber troops' face global criticism
The skills of Russia's hackers today developed from a tradition of excellent computing and programming skills dating back to the Soviet era. Many young Russians now may choose to work for the military and secret services for reasons of patriotism, some may still be more interested in the money.
UK defence minister calls Russia 'pariah state', accuses Moscow's spy agency of launching cyber attacks on civilian bodies
Cyber experts from the UK have identified operatives from Russia's GRU military intelligence as being behind a string of high-profile incidents, including an attempted hack on the World Anti-Doping Agency in Switzerland last year.
The hackers are targeting companies, including banks and energy infrastructure firms, says Ukraine.