Enterprises are most concerned about reputational damage and disruption of businesses as a result of cyber-attacks, a report by consultancy firm KPMG said on Monday. According to KPMG India's 'Cybercrime Survey 2014', 48 percent of the respondents ... NDTV, 1 day ago
Reputation damage, biz disruption by cyber attacks worries cos - Business Standard India, 2 days ago
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Over the years there has been a significant increase in the number of cybercrime attacks prompting organisations to stay alert, seek means to fight cybercrime threats Over the past few years, the global cybercrime landscape has changed dramatically, ...India Infoline, 2 days ago Financial services more prone to cybercrime: KPMG Economic Times, 2 days ago Financial services sector most prone to cybercrime: KPMG survey MyIris, 2 days ago
Picture for representational purpose (Photo: DC archives) Chennai: Expanding horizons of internet banking and online trading have also increased the risk of cybercrime attack on the financial sector of the country. Cyber attacks, with a ...Deccan Chronicle, 2 days ago
: 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 said. Over the past few years, the global cybercrime landscape has changed ...ProKerala.com, 2 days ago
They started from scratch a few years ago and leveraged the mobile services boom to become key market players. Home-grown handset makers Micromax, Karbonn, Intex, Lava and Maxx, which controlled 35 per cent of the mobile handset market last year, hope to increase their value share in the Rs 45,000-crore (Rs 450 billion) market to 50 per cent in 2014. Their rise is believed to showcase the success story of India’s manufacturing sector. But, dig a little deeper and the story looks less ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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