Airtel has announced a few measures to help people in flood-hit Kerala. All Airtel prepaid customers will get a talk time credit of Rs 30 auto-approved.
The government is leaving no stone unturned as it goes about working on the Data Protection Bill. With a view that the norms are not limited to corporates and individuals alone, and will be applicable to government and its agencies too, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Minister of Electronics and IT (MeitY), has written to all the…
Market regulator SEBI is planning to develop a cyber-capability index to measure the readiness of various Market Infrastructure Institutions (MIIs) to deal with potential hacking or cyber threats.
Bharti Axa Life Insurance and Airtel Payments Bank, on Thursday, entered into an alliance to offer Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY), a government-backed life insurance scheme.
Telecom companies have come out in support of the flood-hit Kerala, with the operators offering complimentary talk-time and extended validity, apart from setting up additional infrastructure to provide free Wi-Fi services.
As the battle for eyeballs intensifies in the highly-competitive Over The Top (OTT) media industry, ZEE5, a new player in the OTT space, said it will launch over 150 original content in the next 18 months aimed at monetising the growing demand for premium content in the country.
The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) on Thursday launched Unified Payments Interface (UPI) 2.0, which among others allows customers to link their overdraft account to UPI, creation of one-time mandates and pre-authorisation of transactions for payment at a later date, and checking the invoice sent by merchant prior to making payment.
At a time when the dark clouds of competition are dampening profit margins of IT companies, the fall of the rupee comes as a silver-lining.
Global spending on information security products and services will cross the $114-billion mark in 2018, showing a growth of 12.4 per cent on the spending last year. Research firm Gartner forecast that spending will grow by 8.7 per cent to $124 billion in 2019.
Like viruses that pose health problems, malware too mutates, becoming more lethal and causing more damage. A variant of KeyPass trojan, which has the knack of taking manual control of an infected computer, has become virulent in the last few days, particularly targeting developing countries. India is among the top five victim countries, according to…