DU admission 2018: Apply for diploma in cyber security by June 30

Delhi University has extended the last date of registrations by three weeks for those applying to Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Security and Law until June 30. Officials said that this was to give applicants, who were unaware of the new course beginning this year, more time to apply. “This is the first year we have started the course, so not many students are aware of it. We also got a few requests from applicants asking the same,” explained Sunaina Kanojia the officer on special duty at the Institute of…

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US FCC, FTC question cellular Makers and carriers approximately smartphone security

The Federal Communications commission and Federal exchange commission have asked mobile cellphone companies and producers to provide an explanation for how they release safety updates amid mounting concerns over security vulnerabilities, the united states agencies said on Monday. The businesses have written to Apple Inc, AT&T Inc and Alphabet Inc, amongst others, in order “to better recognize, and ultimately to improve, the safety of mobile devices,” the FCC stated. The FCC despatched letters to six mobile phone providers on protection troubles, whilst the FTC ordered eight cell tool producers along…

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Apple’s Privacy Fight Does Not Win Extra Points for Security: Poll

Most Americans trust Apple Inc to protect their personal information from hackers, according to a national Reuters/Ipsos poll, but not any better than rivals Google, Amazon and Microsoft. The results of the poll were released late on Monday, in the middle of a legal battle between Apple and the US Justice Department over a judge’s order that Apple write new software to disable passcode protection on the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino, California shooters. The two sides were set to face off in court on Tuesday, but…

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BlackBerry Says It’s the ‘First OEM’ to Deliver Monthly Android Security Patches

At the time of the launch of the BlackBerry Priv, the Canadian smartphone company had assured that it will give a lot of emphasis on the security of its users. Four months later, BlackBerry continues to stand by its words. In less than 24 hours since Google issued its monthly security bulletin last week, BlackBerry released a patch to address all the flagged vulnerabilities. Without pointing out fingers to any particular OEM, BlackBerry said last week that it is the “first OEM to deliver patches in line with Google’s public…

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