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By : Financial Express11th Apr, 2018
With rapid technological evolution, there are several concerns, constraints and challenges around cyber security. The biggest challenge is ‘tech-knowledge lag’, says Zaki Qureshey, chairman and founder,
By : Gadgets 3604th Sep, 2017
About 15 to 20 mobile phone makers have responded to the government's directive to share information about security measures they have taken to ensure that user data is not compromised, a top official said on Friday.
By : The Hindu2nd Sep, 2017
The Centre will be soon be coming out with a request for proposal (RFP) for the manufacture of a new chip which will help in making in the forthcoming indigenous navigational system or NavIC developed by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) use becomes more widespread.
By : Times Of Inda3rd Jul, 2017
Following the recent spate of ransomware attacks across the globe, the threat of such attacks is only expected to get bigger, warn experts. Next in line, after a slew of versions like Wannacry, zero day attacks and Petya attacks is the provision of `ransomware-as-a service'.
By : Times Of Inda22nd May, 2017
Ever wondered where all the malware and anti-viruses, that can infect your systems and hold the entire world to ransom, come from?
While the latest bombardment of ransomware attacks have left most companies running for cover and IT teams scrambling to counter the attacks, it is in fact cybersecurity companies that invest heavily in developing malware and viruses,
By : Indian Express21 Dec, 2016
The hacking group called Legion now poses the biggest threat in the cyber space. It has recently hit the headlines after hacking into several servers, including that of the Apollo Hospitals, and releasing thousands of confidential mails. In fact, it has also hacked the twitter accounts of Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, liquor baron Vijay Mallya and ex-IPL commissioner Lalit Modi. Against this backdrop
By : Deccan Chronicle24 Nov, 2016
Cybersecurity experts are preparing for possible cyber attacks during the GES which will be held in the city from November 28 to 30. While teams of uniformed security personnel are being prepared to thwart any physical attacks, cybersecurity personnel from Central and state agencies along with private cybercrime experts are ensuring that hackers do not disrupt the GES network or the networks of any of its related organisations.
By : Times Of India05th Nov, 2016
There are thousands of cloud service providers, but only the top 10 are most secure because they have multiple security layers, say experts. "There are some other medium and small-scale
service cloud services whose security is sparse. From a security perspective, a number of uncharted risks and challenges have been introduced because of the relocation to clouds, deteriorating much of the effectiveness of traditional protection mechanisms," said Qureshey.
By : Times Of Inda18th Oct, 2016
Chartered accountantsare turning out tobe easy prey for cyber crookswith nearly 20 persons fromthe profession taking a hitevery month in the city, accordingto the police.Since CAs deal with largevolumes of fi nancial information,from multiple companies,they are increasinglybeing targeted by the malicioussoftware 'ransomware'
By : Times Of Inda14th Oct, 2016
At least 50 information technology companies have come under a wave of cyber attacks from Pakistan-based hackers over the past 10 days, the Society for Cyberabad Security Council (SCSC) comprising Hyderabad's top IT companies and police, said on Thursday.
Investigation into the cyber strikes which came to the notice of the council revealed
By : Times Of Inda10th Oct, 2016
Despite paying the amount, there is only a faint chance of retrieval of information, say experts. "While the amount demanded usually depends on the importance of the information that hackers get hold of, it is not necessary that the decryption keys will be returned even after paying the amount. In majority of the cases, the decryption keys have not been returned,” added Zaki Qureshey, cyber security expert and founder of cyber security academy E2 Labs Information Security Private Limited.
By : Times Of India02nd Aug, 2016
City-based E2 Labs, the only cyber security company and academy operating here, admits to getting 10 to 15 such cases each month, mostly from MNCs and IT giants. The compromised information, they say, is hard to get back, even as companies and individuals shell out huge sums running into Rs 2 to Rs 3 crore as ransom, before seeking expert help.
By : ND TV09th July, 2012
Two cyber security experts, who claimed to have cracked the security code of IT systems involved in the discovery of 'God Particle', today conducted training sessions for Indian government officials
Top 100 Private Companies in ASIA - Red Herring
Advanced Program on Security of Website - ASSOCHAM
An ethical hacker at heart - Times of India Hyderabad Brews
Hacker? Craker? Cyber-tracker? - The Economic Times
School of ethical hacking planned - Our Regional Bureau
Hacking school opens career option - Times News Network
E2-Labs to take care of security in the country - Deccan Chronicle
A ticket to hacking - The Hindu
Security products aren't widely available - Face to Face
Tech training for security officers - Deccan Chronicle
Govt cool to whizkid's offer on security software - NewsTime
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E2 Labs to help Govt Draw up info security policy - The Financial Express
Seminar on information security challenges
Network security has job potential: Nasscom Chief
E2 Labs holds seminar on information security challenges - The New Indian Express
Key-Loggers keep 'Spys' away - Hyderabad Chronical
Post 9/11 challenges opens new avenues for professionals:Karnik - 8 Pledge, Hyderabad
Nasscom sees 60,000 ifo security jobs - The Hindu Bussiness Line
Cyber Sainiks to take on hackers - Nation
Celebs are impersonated online by cyber criminals - Hyderabad Chronical
Hackers are good,Crackers bad' - Business Express
Online security invasion are you ready? - The New Indian Express
Mobile telephones too become tamper - prone - The Hindu
E2-Labs article - Andhra Prabha
E2-Labs article - Hindi Milap
City girls entangled in a web of cyber crime - Sunday Times
DIC officials hold talks with Andhra Pradesh team
E2-Labs-Caught in the Web - Times City
E2-Labs to check Cyber Crimes - The Hindu
E2-Labs - Council of Europe Govt of India
E2-Labs-Rootcon International Conference
E2-Labs-Combat Cyber Crime
Article in Bureau of National Affairs - Washington D.C
Verizon Appreciates E2-Labs
E2-Labs-Joint effort to check Cyber Crimes - The Hindu
Ethical Hacking buzzing career now-The Economic Times
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