NOVEMBER 20224Accelerated digital innovation is like a sword that is piercing through the cybersecurity landscape. Companies that undertake rapid digital transformation in an effort to compete are only making themselves more vulnerable to online disruption and theft. Cybercriminals are continuously coming up with new ideas, often even more quickly than genuine firms.Among the most recent cybercrimes to surface are data poisoning, cryptojacking, and rogue chips. Data from the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) shows that 52,974 cases of cybercrime were recorded in India in 2021, up more than 5 percent from 50,035 cases in 2020 and more than 15 percent from 2019. (44,735 cases). Though the Government of India has taken steps for ensuring Cyber-Security that include the setting up of the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C) under the Ministry of Home Affairs to deal with all types of cybercrime, much needs to be done to plug the infrastructural deficit.Every key new business technology, such as distributed ledger technology (DLT), artificial intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT), is being accompanied by the release of associated exploits and malware. As anytime, anywhere mobile access to anything becomes more common, authentication concerns will increase. As methods for verifying the identities of mobile users advance, attackers will keep looking for implementation weaknesses to exploit, extending beyond passwords to fingerprints, faces, and behavioural biometrics (e.g., how a particular user habitually uses their phone and its features). Even while new authentication techniques might not have inherent flaws, improper configuration could make them vulnerable. Recent research suggests that synthetic fingerprints created by artificial intelligence could be used in fingerprint authentication attacks.There are several such vulnerabilities and its appropriate solutions in the market. In this edition we throw light on those consultants who are hell bent on making the world a safer place to conduct business.Emmanuel Christi DasManaging Editoreditor@siliconindia.comState of Affairs in Cyber SecurityEDITOR'S NOTEsiliconindia Vol 7 · Issue 8 - 1 · NOVEMBER- 2022 Publisher Alok Chaturvedi Managing Editor Emmanuel Christi Das Assistant Editor Heena Kousar Editorial Team Shivani Pradhan Honey Kumari Akankha Chak Sales & Marketing Sahana N Poojary Editorial Queries To subscribe Visit: Magazine Price is Rs. 150 per issue.Printed and Published By Alok Chaturvedi on behalf of Silicon Media Technologies Pvt Ltd. and Printed at Precision Fototype Services at Sri Sabari Shopping Complex, 24 Residency Road Bangalore-560025 and Published At No. 124, 2nd Floor, Surya Chambers, Old Airport Road, Murugeshpalya, Bangalore-560017. Editor Alok ChaturvediCopyright © 2022 Silicon Media Technologies Pvt Ltd. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or part of any text, photography or illustrations without written permission from the publisher is prohibited. The publisher assumes no responsibility for unsolicited manuscripts, photographs or illustrations. Views and opinions expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of the magazine and accordingly, no liability is assumed by the publisher.sales@startupcity.comArt Manager Suanya Chakraborty Circulation Manager Magendran PerumalGM Sales & Marketing Shashi RanjanDesign - Manager Prabhu Dutta nine coloursby Nivaka Fashions Ltd.www .ninecolours.comShop online onSAREES SUITS LEHENGAS GOWNS KUR TIS KID'S WEAR MEN'S WEARDesigners Tushar Das & Muhammed Rafik
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