We’re only halfway through 2017, but the world has already seen at least 2 global ransomware attacks. According to a report by Kaspersky, ransomware attacks have increased by 11.4% in the past 12 months, to almost 2.6 million worldwide.
Adoption of cloud services continues to grow among enterprises worldwide for strategic and tactical benefits. While a few years ago, the cloud remained an interesting concept that most organizations were wary about, nearly every organization has migrated a portion of its IT infrastructure into a cloud model.
Ransomware has fueled a new wave of cybercrime against organisations. While Ransomware targets both enterprises as well as individuals, the former offers a far higher level of profitability.
Blockchain technology holds the potential for a lot of different kinds of applications, and one of the most obvious is network security.
Narayan Neelakantan has over 16 years of experience in the fields of Cybersecurity, IT Governance, Risk & Compliance, and IT Infrastructure. Prior to starting Block Armour, he was the CISO and Head of IT Risk & Compliance at India’s National Stock Exchange (NSE).
Block Armour, an India based cybersecurity startup leverages blockchain technology and Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) architecture to provide a next-gen enterprise cybersecurity solution.
In the wake of continuous technological advancement, cases of cyber attacks across the world have been on the rise. India too has witnessed recurrent instances of cyber attacks, especially on banks and financial institutions, in the recent past.
A new innovative prototype startup powered by blockchain technology for cybersecurity has recently launched in India aimed at curbing the global phenomenon of cybercrime.
A former chief information security officer at NSEiT, a subsidiary of the National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSEIL), has launched an enterprise startup powered by blockchain technology for cybersecurity – Block Armour.
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