How to Protect Sensitive Business Information From Cyberattacks

Establishing and maintaining effective systems to protect sensitive personal data and confidential business information from outside interference while also assuring that privacy interests are protected is among an organization’s highest priorities. Execution, monitoring and continuously updating these preventive practices define an organization’s first line of defense. But what happens in the event that an organization … Read more

Author turned entrepreneur, Himanshu Sharma empowering people

Entrepreneurs have captivating lives that bear the most risks and enjoy most of the honor. Entrepreneurs are a combination of developments in technology, financing, and corporate culture that is behind the rising power and strength of small companies. As a result, more and more individuals are joining large organizations and pursuing the creation of their … Read more

‘Keedam’ movie review: A discourse on the ethical concerns around surveillance and cybersecurity

Setting aside the ethical part, the movie can be viewed positively as one woman’s valiant fightback, using her own tools, against a group of thugs who intrude into her personal space Setting aside the ethical part, the movie can be viewed positively as one woman’s valiant fightback, using her own tools, against a group of … Read more

5 Young Entrepreneurs of India Who Provided Age Is Just A Number

Entrepreneurship is India’s backbone. For some people, innovation runs in their blood. They find ideas on any mundane day and translate the same into something objective. Regardless of age, they have a passion to build on something. Along with innumerable opportunities and advanced technology, even the government is actively supporting new businesses and young entrepreneurs, … Read more

Ethical hackers handed lifeline in controversial US cyber crime review

The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) has announced that it will no longer prosecute ethical hackers under its anti-cyber crime law, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). The landmark change comes after a policy revision, stipulating that cyber security research conducted in “good faith” should not be prosecutable, came into force on Thursday. There … Read more

Sprout Social review | TechRadar

Sprout Social has been around for a while now and, as a result, it has become one of the go-to software options for anyone with the need for social media management or SEO tools. The package comprises a heady blend of social tools and marries those to a potent analytics edge, which produces a great … Read more

RickySpears Media Inc. Launches New Website to Offer Internet, Gaming, and General Tech Tutorials and Tips for Free

The new website will offer an additional resource for geeks and gamers to find free and helpful tech-related tips and hacks Freelance blogger and web designer, Ricky Spears, is thrilled to announce the launch of his new internet and gaming website, Rickyspears.com. The website will be devoted to publishing quality content and tutorials for gamers … Read more

US DOJ will no longer prosecute ethical hackers under CFAA

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced a review of its policy on how federal prosecutors should charge violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), carving out “good-fath” security research from being prosecuted. With this policy update, the DOJ is separating cases of good-faith security research from ill-intended hacking, which were previously … Read more