The Finance Ministry , Government of India , has asked KPMG to carry out forensic audit of Dena Bank and Oriental Bank of India in an alleged fraud of Rs437 crore . The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is already investigating the ... 4 Traders, 6 days ago
Finance Ministry orders forensic audit on Dena Bank, OBC in Rs 437-cr fraud - Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago
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Over the past few years, global cybercrime landscape has changed dramatically PRESS TRUST OF INDIA New Delhi, 27 July Cybercrime has emerged as a major threat to businesses across the country, with an overwhelming 89 per cent of executives ...The Statesman, 1 month ago Financial services sector is most prone to cybercrime says KPMG India India Infoline, 1 month ago Financial services sector most prone to cybercrime: KPMG survey MyIris, 1 month ago
By | IANS India Private Limited/Yahoo India News New Delhi, July 21 (IANS) Cybercrime has emerged as a major threat for businesses across the country as acknowledged by an overwhelming 89 percent of executives surveyed, a KPMG report here Monday ...Yahoo! India, 1 month ago 89% executives say cybercrime major threat for businesses:KPMG Business Standard India, 1 month ago 89 Per Cent Executives Say Cybercrime Major Threat For Businesses: KPMG Silicon India, 1 month ago Cybercrime Presents Major Threat for Indian Businesses - Survey RIA Novosti, 1 month ago
India ranked 94th among 177 countries surveyed and was labelled more corrupt than three of its BRICS peers—China (80th), South Africa and Brazil (both ranked 72nd), according to the Corruption Perceptions Index 2013 by Transparency International.Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago
BANGALORE: India has been a land sourcing out many exceptional engineers in technology. We hear news of Indian engineers working for big companies, developing some of the most astounding apps and software that are being used around the world. All ...Silicon India, 2 weeks ago Emerging technologies await Indian firms ITvoir.com, 2 weeks ago Why Only A Few Indian Companies Into The Next Level Of Technology? Silicon India, 2 weeks ago
BANGALORE: In a country with the requisite expertise, it's surprising that few have ventured into the next level of technology such as cloud storage, . But a few startups have bucked the trend and are profiting from it. Take, for instance, Lucidous ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
Why are Indian companies not venturing into next level of techology such as cloud storage, cyber security?
BANGALORE: In a country with the requisite expertise, it's surprising that few have ventured into the next level of technology such as cloud storage, cyber security and software-defined networking. But a few startups have bucked the trend and are ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
tion of Indian Industry (CII) Jharkhand organised a seminar on Business Ethics on Tuesday at Beldih Club. Addressing the inaugural session, T V Narendran, chairman CII Jharkhand and managing director, Tata Steel emphasised on the value of ethics and ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
When in December last year Grant Thornton, one of the biggest accounting firms in the world, conducted a survey among 250-odd CXOs and business heads in India on perception of fraud risks, it threw up some nteresting findings. Sample these: * Over 40 per cent of the respondents said, incidences of fraud in corporate India have increased in the past two years. * Respondents said, bribery and money laundering (41 per cent), financial reporting fraud (24 per cent), tax ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Email this Print Five-and-a-half years after B Ramalinga Raju confessed the fraud he had committed at Satyam Computer Services, the Securities and Exchange Board of India, or Sebi, has found him and four others (former managing director B Rama ...Smart Investor, 1 month ago
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