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Stopping Cybercrime Against Women Requires Cyber Hygiene, Cybersecurity, And Social Change
Cybercrimes target both men and women, but women are especially vulnerable to certain types of cybercrime. Data from the National Crime Records Bureau, as provided in the Lok Sabha, reveals that 10,730 cybercrimes against women were registered in 2021, including cyber blackmail, cyber pornography, cyber stalking, cyber bullying, defamation or morphing, and fake profiles.
Why we need to revamp the cybersecurity education
Many of us are digital natives, and our children are innately digital. They may not be born with a device in hand, but find themselves in front of a screen from an early age. The preliminary stage of education is steered through technology, where children learn their ABCs and calculus by utilising devices and apps in school. Moreover, the epidemic has shown us how quickly we can adapt and thrive in a digital-first world. But the question is: is this safe? If it isn’t, how do we make it safe?
The Times of India
7 cybersecurity resolutions for 2023
We are digital citizens living in a digital world, and we must take care of our digital selves. Here are 7 resolutions that are necessary for everyone to remain cyber-safe in 2023.
K7 Computing receives the Special Jury Recognition Award as The Security Product Company of the Year
K7 Computing Private Limited, a global major in cybersecurity, received the Special Jury Recognition Award as the Security Product Company of the Year at the DSCI Excellence Awards 2022 for the outstanding capabilities of our indigenously developed world-class cybersecurity products that safeguard mil lions of computing users across the world. The awards were presented at the Annual Information Security Sum mit (AISS) 2022 organised by NASSCOM-DSCI.
Data Bill to push companies to focus on cybersecurity
“Greater use of digital technology presents more opportunities for threat actors to strike at poorly secured enterprises. Business leaders in India are aware of and concerned by the increase in cyberattacks and are budgeting for an increase in cybersecurity expenditure in 2023 to secure their operations,” said Kesavardhanan J, founder and president, K7 Computing, an information security firm.
Times of India
K7 Computing partners with SRM Easwari
Cybersecurity enterprise K7 Computing has entered into a meorandum of understanding (MoU) with SRM Easwari Engineering College to set up the Easwari Engineering College-K7 Centre of Excellence for Malware Analysis that will train the students and faculty on advanced malware investigation.
K7 Computing Signs Memorandum of Understanding with SRM Easwari Engineering College to set up Center of Excellence for Malware Analysis
K7 Computing Private Limited, a global major in cybersecurity, has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with SRM Easwari Engineering College, a NAAC-Accredited ‘A’ Grade institution, to set-up – ‘Easwari Engineering College-K7 Center of Excellence for Malware Analysis’ that will train the students and faculties on advanced malware investigation.
Indian firms’ cybersecurity spending set to go up as digitisation gains pace
According to information security firm K7 Computing, the use of digital technology presents more opportunities for threat actors to strike at poorly secured enterprises. “Business leaders in India are aware of and concerned by the increase in cyberattacks and are budgeting for an increase in cybersecurity expenditure in 2023 to secure their operations,” said Kesavardhanan J, founder and president of K7 Computing.
The New Indian Express
K7 to provide cybersecurity services with expert response team for enterprises
Cybersecurity firm 'K7 Computing' plans to provide security services to large enterprises by providing an expert team to monitor and respond in times of trouble or a cyber attack. The company has launched the service on a pilot basis where it provides customized security and checks for vulnerabilities, apart from providing software products.
Is India Under An Illusion Of Cybersecurity?
A confluence of factors has resulted in cybersecurity attaining greater significance this decade: the pandemic changed the way we work; Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) created a business model for threat actors that led to a steep increase in the number of attacks; and cyberwarfare is used to augment conventional weapons in international conflict. All of these have made cyberthreats a national security concern.