There is a pandemic playing out. This time on your computer
Hackers are out to exploit vulnerable computers as millions across the world continue to work from home. For cybersecurity firms, this is a sweepstakes moment.
Lucideus appoints new director
Lucideus focuses on Cyber Risk Quantification (CRQ), which has emerged as a critical category in cybersecurity...
Tech Mahindra, Lucideus to partner on cyber risk assessment
Post the assessment, all the participating companies will receive a personalised ...
Cybersecurity startup Lucideus raises $7 million
The startup, founded in 2012 and based in Palo Alto, is backed by John Chambers, the former chairman and CEO of networking gear maker Cisco.
Large enterprises are turning to startups for cyber security services
Big firms are turning to cyber security startups dotting India as they look for niche solutions as against end-to-end management offered by transnationals.
Big firms turn to cyber security startups for niche solutions
Lucideus, one of the largest cybersecurity startups in India which was incubated at IIT-Bombay, has worked with the biggest players in the financial services space, like HDFC Bank and the National Payments Corporation of India.
Twitter breach a big lesson for all sectors on cyber security preparedness: Saket Modi
‘Imagine what the other sectors will be doing if a sophisticated attack like this happens’
Cybersecurity startups see billions in keeping you safe
The growing number of online transactions means cybercriminals have been targeting consumers through fraud calls, messages and emails.
Homegrown TikTok rival Chingari on fire
“We were experiencing 50,000 downloads per hour earlier, and suddenly, after the news (of TikTok ban) broke, the number jumped to 100,000 downloads per hour,” said Sumit Ghosh, cofounder and chief product officer of Chingari. “We weren’t expecting a ban, it was like a sixer on the last ball,” he told ET.
Lucideus raises $5 mn in funding led by John Chambers
Indian cyber security firm Lucideus Monday said it has raised USD 5 million (over Rs 36 crore) in funding, led by Cisco Chairman Emeritus John Chambers.
John Chambers sets up plans take Indian startups global
Recently, Lucideus entered into an agreement with the Bombay Stock Exchange to secure the bourse’s over 1,000 brokers from cybersecurity risks.
Meet the new breed of 'super angel' investors
AngelList and ET picked these individuals for the access they enjoy, follow-on rounds they have backed and the overall quality of these startups. ET spoke to these angel investors for providing another filter to the shortlist.
Cyber security, anti-bullying feature: Experts happy with Instagram's new updates
Global scrutiny post Cambridge Analytica has led to tighter controls being exercised by Facebook.
Telegram takes off in India as startups drive adoption
According to Prabhu Ram, head, Industry Intelligence Group at CyberMedia Research, businesses prefer Telegram because it marries capabilities of WhatsApp and Snapchat — it’s secure, private and accessible.
WhatsApp rivals Signal, Telegram can be hacked too
Experts say these apps add more privacy features than security features. Telegram, too, provides a similar feature through Secret Chats, which allows users to encrypt messages. Secret chats can only take place between two people, not in a group.