Indian Security Product Industry

Don’t know whether i’m the authority to write on this. But As a Security Product Entrepreneur from India, gone global wanted to write about this. It not me(guy who have sold everything for this idea, except my soul and body), then who else ? 😉 There’re tons of my friend security entrepreneurs who’re also trying to crack this space. Please take it with a pinch of salt as the passion…

Who got Security Analytics right ?

Our Chairman Prof.Subra and I were white boarding few Security Analytics modules we were envisioning for FixNix GRC platform on Risk, Audit, compliance Analytics. These new modules can drastically help Internal Audit teams and Compliance teams to predict the future areas they need to focus by a proprietary machine learning algorithm we’ve put together. I don’t know how many except RSA have solved the analytics need of security industry correctly. Even…

FixNix is representing Startup world in the Cyber Security Task Force of Govt of India

National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) and Data Security Council of India today announced the launch of the NASSCOM Cyber Security Task Force that aims to build India as a global hub for providing cyber security solutions, developing cyber security R&D plan and develop a skilled workforce of cyber security experts. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CHJL3nXUYAA7pGc.jpg The taskforce members include industry leaders across IT, BPM and Internet, leaders from user organizations like…

Security Readers’ Choice Awards 2014: Identity and access management

Readers vote on the best identity and access management systems of 2014. The identity and access management (IAM) market has been shaped by two emerging trends over the last year: ease of use for customers, and extensibility into cloud and mobile use cases. IAM products have also become more focused on establishing behavioral baselines and providing anomaly-based alerts, says Andras Cser, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research Inc.,…

Sacooru Launches the World’s 1st Cyber Security Awareness Cloud Platform

Sacooru, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of the world’s first security awareness cloud training platform. Sacooru.com delivers innovative, industry standard security awareness training to individuals, corporations, schools, universities, govenrment agencies and non-profit organizations anywhere, on any device, at any-time. The Sacooru.com cloud-based platform boasts ready-to-deliver highly engaging information security lessons, your own branded training portal, interactive 3D learning games, quizzes and a Certificate of Completion for every user.…

Hackers attack five US banks including JPMorgan Chase

          By Nicole Perlroth A number of US banks, including JPMorgan Chase and at least four others, were struck by hackers in a series of coordinated attacks this month, according to four people briefed on a continuing investigation into the crimes. The hackers infiltrated the networks of the banks, siphoning off gigabytes of data, including checking and savings account information, in what security experts described as…

Why are Indian companies not venturing into next level of tech such as cloud storage, cyber security?

 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 profiting from it. Take for instance Lucidous Tech, founded by 23-year-old Saket Modi. The two-year-old company is one of the few Indian players in the cyber security space and works with companies…

India digital Security market to grow 8% in 2014

Delhi: Digital security vendor revenue (hardware, software and services) in India will grow from $882 million in 2013 to $953 million in 2014. Security spending will continue to grow to in 2015 when revenue is projected to reach $1.06 billion. Security services revenue accounted for more than 55 percent of this total revenue in 2013 and this trend will continue into the foreseeable future, says a Gartner report. “Enterprises in…

BlackBerry buffs up security credentials with Secusmart deal

NEW YORK: BlackBerry Ltd is buying a privately held German firm that specializes in voice and data encryption, it said on Tuesday, in a bid to burnish its credentials with highly security-conscious clients like government agencies. The Waterloo, Ontario-based smartphone maker did not disclose the terms of its deal to acquire Secusmart GmbH, which specializes in encryption and anti-eavesdropping services for governments, companies and telecommunications service providers. The acquisition is…