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The study 'Cyber Threat Monitor' conducted by K7 Computing Ltd has identified Patna, Guwahati, Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad to have witnessed more cyber-attacks than any other places across the country.
Times of India
The K7 Computing Cyber Threat Monitor (CTM) report, found that almost one in three users in the country encountered cyberattacks, with Chennai recording highest attacks at 48%, followed by Kolkata.
Indian organisations are more vulnerable to cyberattacks due to poor server configurations that enable cybercriminals to exploit and gain access to organisations, reveals a study conducted by Chennai-based K7 Computing.
The country witnessed cyber security threats in the form of web-based attacks that accounted for 51% of total attacks. Chennai-based cyber solutions company, K7 Computing, underscored this on Thursday as it released its Cyber Risk Monitor report.
The cybersecurity space in India is still in its nascent stage at $4.4 billion a year. Now with the Indian government taking multiple initiatives to encourage the digital transformation of the country through the growth of tech firms...
The Times Of India
With the rise in cybercrimes across platforms in the country, it is web-based attacks that accounted for 51% of cybercrimes in the last quarter, said a report — K7’s Cyber Risk Monitor — launched by Chennai-based cyber security solutions provider K7 Computing here on Wednesday.
K7 Computing released the findings of K7’s Cyber Risk Monitor (CRM) report, proving an insightful look into the complex cybersecurity landscape in India and recommendations that addresses both Enterprise and Consumer segments.
The pioneer of Indian Cyber Security segment, K7 Computing today released the findings of K7’s Cyber Risk Monitor (CRM) report, proving an insightful look into the complex cyber security landscape in India and recommendations that addresses both Enterprise and Consumer segments.
The Hans India
A cybersecurity study carried out by Chennai-based K7 Computing revealed that Indian organisations were more vulnerable to cyberattacks due to poor server configurations 'which enable cybercriminals to exploit and gain access to organisations'.
K7 Labs says web-based attacks dominate threats. Web-based attacks remain the biggest cyber security threat in India with 51 per cent of all the cyber intrusions recorded in this segment. Mismanaged and unpatched servers, weak passwords and rogue apps are found to be the top culprits.