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Majority of Indian firms set to increase cybersecurity budget in 2022

Majority of Indian firms set to increase cybersecurity budget in 2022 Global Digital Trust Insights 2022 is a survey of 3,602 business, technology, and security executives (CEOs, corporate directors, CFOs, CISOs, CIOs, and C-Suite officers) conducted in July and August 2021 across 60+ territories. This year’s survey offers the C-suite a guide to simplifying cyber […]

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Basics of Data Privacy for businesses

What is data privacy? Information privacy is the relationship between the collection and dissemination of data, technology, the public expectation of privacy, and the legal and political issues surrounding them. It is also known as data privacy or data protection. Data privacy is the right of an individual to have control over how personal information […]

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Data Protection in the Wake of Deepfakes

By Chaminda Hewage Multimedia information should be original (i.e., authentic) and users should feel safe when consuming multimedia content. With the increase of faceswapping applications and deepfake generators, authenticity of multimedia content is being compromised more than ever. Recently research alleged that famous Apps such as TikTok are in the process of introducing deepfakes into their platform. […]

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Higher trust brings greater responsibility for financial institutions when it comes to Data Privacy

According to a Salesforce survey, 54% of customers say it’s harder than ever for a company to earn their trust. This brings in a new challenge for the banking sector, as trust between the customer and the banks is a base necessity in the industry. Banks and Financial institutions operate in a highly regulated industry. Right […]

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