Connecting the Dots : Cloud, Regtech and Analytics

The Regtech Industry: In the Regtech industry lot of things are happening in block chain- distributed ledger, the way the Regtech industry is moving, the way we can democratize the Regtech industry . We are looking at cloudified or SaaS model for treasury products. we are seeing some of these new/existing ledger systems are becoming distributed and started adopting blockchain technologies. How these are helping to reduce the cost of maintaining…

Deep Identity Raises $470,000 To Help Companies Manage Access On Their Networks

Deep Identity, a Singapore-based startup that helps companies manage access to their internal networks and services, has raised US$470,000 (SG$589,000) to expand its services into the cloud and open a presence in Europe. The funding was provided by early-stage investor Get2volume, which will incubate Deep Identity, with co-funding from the Singapore National Research Foundation. Deep Identity describes itself as an access management startup that is focused on identity and data governance. That essentially means, in more basic terms,…

PM plans digital cloud for every Indian to free up service delivery

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s next big push to free up service delivery from the hold of the lower bureaucracy will be in the form of a ‘digital cloud’ for every Indian. Certificates issued by the government – education, residential, medical records, birth certificates etc – are to be stored in individual ‘digital lockers’ and a communication protocol established for government departments to access them without physically having to…

Amazon’s cloud service have opened up new market

Amazon Web Services’ GovCloud (U.S.) received provisional authorization to handle data under levels 3 to 5 from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) on Thursday. AWS is the first cloud service to win approval at the 3 to 5 levels. AWS had the authority to cover levels 1-2 data for all U.S. regions since March. But today’s approval gives AWS authority to handle much more highly sensitive data from DoD…

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…