Even as the threat landscape for cyber-attacks is expanding on a rapid scale, about one-third organisations in India have no real-time insight on cyber-risks necessary to combat these threats, a survey by global consultancy firm EY has found.   According to the EY Global Information Security survey, companies are lacking agility, budget and skills to mitigate known vulnerabilities and successfully prepare for and address cyber-security.   About 32.14 per cent of the respondents in India said their organisation\'s total information security budget will stay approximately the same in the coming 12 months despite increasing threat...

  Windows 95 turns 20 years old today, and for Microsoft it’s more than just ancient history. The launch of Windows 10 last month has plenty of parallels to the operating system Microsoft released a couple decades ago. If you can look past the massive gap in capabilities (Windows 95 PCs ...

 Everyone\'s bitter and snarky on the internet, but no one does it with as much class, wit, and foresight as celebrated American crime novelist Raymond Chandler. In a 1953 letter to his agent H. N. Swanson, Chandler indulges in a brilliantly entertaining, paragraph-long parody of sci-fi writing, which hits every trope and cliché of the genre. Oh, and he namedrops Google some 45 ye...

I imagine you are inside a speeding car on a high way at night. Several metres away a wild animal or some other obstacle appears out of the blue and you have little time to react.The impending danger can be averted, thanks to an innovation by an MTech graduate from Indian Institute of Science (IISc). Aditya Chowdary, 24, has designed a device that detects obstacles from a distance and alerts the vehicle driver about it. The technology has the potential to find the relative velocity of a target and the direction of arrival of...

1. Google, Amazon, and Facebook all use Linux for various web and cloud services. Some of the biggest players in internet arena like the search giant Google, the largest social networking site Facebook and biggest online merchant Amazon, all use Linux for various services. 2. Nuclear submarines need Linux to run T...