Co-Founder and COO of 42Gears, a unified endpoint management vendor loved by customers worldwide.
The Twitter compromise that took place in July of this year might seem like it came out of nowhere, but this isn’t true. In fact, security threats are everywhere and target everyone.
The media reports on high-profile exploits but less so on the thousands of daily scams and threats that average workers face monthly. The challenges that go unreported are arguably more important than newsworthy ones. After all, the victims of low-profile threats likely don’t have the resources necessary to recover from a compromise the way Bill Gates likely does.
We all know about classic scams and their ludicrous demands, like paying back taxes via iTunes gift cards or wiring money to mysterious foreign dignitaries. But modern scams are much more clever, and even some of the savviest workers might fall for them.
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LONDON, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Ankura, a global business advisory and expert services company, today announced that the firm has received Cyber Security Awards’ distinction as Consulting Practice of the Year for 2020. This recognition demonstrates the breadth of Ankura’s growing cybersecurity practice and the firm’s commitment to enhancing and delivering solutions for technology and data privacy for its global clientele.
Based in the United Kingdom, Cyber Security Awards is an independent organization that recognizes individuals, teams and companies within the cybersecurity industry for their excellence and innovation. The recipients for the merit-based awards are vetted and decided upon by a panel of industry experts from a wide array of cybersecurity backgrounds, including well-regarded corporate executives and independent advisers. The Consulting Practice of the Year Award recognizes the firm
ICICI Bank today became the first Indian bank to introduce a debit card facility for customers availing the Loan Against Securities (LAS) from the Bank. The debit card is available on the Visa platform. It can be used by customers across all domestic merchant establishments to make seamless POS and online transactions like payments on e-commerce portals among others, using their sanctioned LAS amount.
Speaking on the initiative, Sudipta Roy, Head Unsecured Assets, ICICI Bank said, This new facility aims to provide greater accessibility to our customers to their sanctioned loan amount and enables them to use it in a frictionless manner to meet their varied needs. Also, the card is another step forward in our endeavor to constantly harness the digital prowess of the bank to provide pioneering new facilities to our customers. We are delighted to be the first bank to implement