Blue skies, reduced emissions only temporary, won’t benefit environment in long run, say experts

Blue skies, reduced emissions only temporary, won’t benefit environment in long run, say experts

CPCB found that the reduction in number of on-road vehicles, resulted in up to 51 per cent reduction in nitrogen oxide (NOx). Weeks of lockdown in the country to fight coronavirus may have reduced greenhouse gas emissions enabling people to breathe cleaner air and feast on blue skies, but it is only a temporary phase […]

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Know thy enemy: The evolving behaviors of today’s cybercriminals

Know thy enemy: The evolving behaviors of today’s cybercriminals

Organizations in the energy/utilities, government, manufacturing, and healthcare sectors have witnessed an increase in cyberattacks over the past year. In fact, recent research found that nearly 1,000 government agencies and healthcare institutions experienced attacks in 2019. As these industries evolve and become more digitized, attackers have the opportunity to access more data than ever before. […]

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Delhi HC asks banks to maintain status quo on asset classification: Report

Delhi HC asks banks to maintain status quo on asset classification: Report

This provides relief to companies whose loans might have been classified as bad loans. Representative image The Delhi High Court has asked banks to maintain the status quo on asset classification for the March 1-May 31 period, the three months for which the RBI has given a repayment moratorium to borrowers, a report in The Economic Times […]

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Weeks of lockdown in the country to fight coronavirus may have reduced greenhouse gas emissions enabling people to breathe cleaner air and feast on blue skies, but it is only a temporary phase and will not benefit the environment in the long run. Source link

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New, rapidly evolving IoT botnet Dark Nexus targets wide variety of devices

New, rapidly evolving IoT botnet Dark Nexus targets wide variety of devices

Credit: Dreamstime Security researchers are tracking a new botnet that has been in rapid development for the past several months and targets embedded devices with binaries that are cross-compiled for 12-CPU architectures. According to a new report from security vendor Bitdefender, the Dark Nexus botnet borrows ideas and features from previously successful Internet of Things […]

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‘Opt out’ choice: Fasal Bima enrolment to fall 25%

‘Opt out’ choice: Fasal Bima enrolment to fall 25%

A lower-than-anticipated fall in expected coverage will help insurance companies roll out their plans when the bids for premium will be invited after the lockdown. By Prabhudatta Mishra The government is expecting only a 25% drop in enrolment under the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) in the next crop year even after the scheme […]

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A/NZ healthcare organisation chooses Nintex to improve operations

Nintex has announced the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) has chosen the Nintex Process Platform as part of its broader member engagement strategy. According to a statement from the company, RANZCOG decided to deploy Nintex Promapp to invest in technology solutions to achieve its plan of creating an agile, […]

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Telco cloud revenue from 5G to drop by 25%

The telecommunications industry’s shift toward global software-centric networks and operations is taking a hit as a result of COVID-19 and the current bleak economic outlook, according to ABI Research.  ABI says telco cloud revenue from 5G core deployments will fall between 20%-30% short of the forecasted US$9 billion in 2020. The investment shortfall in modernising […]

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Happy developers more likely to build secure apps

Happy developers more likely to build secure apps

There’s an intrinsic link between developer happiness and application security hygiene, and an alarming level of application breaches, according to Sonatype. For the first time ever, the findings prove the correlation between developer happiness and application security hygiene, with happy developers 3.6x less likely to neglect security when it comes to code quality. Happy developers […]

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