Yet Another Data Breach, Indian Agency Cautions OnePlus Store Users
According to the latest advisory issued by CERT, OnePlus has informed the agency that less than 3,000 Indian customer orders at the company's online store were affected
In Yet Another Criticism, Telegram Founder Accuses WhatsApp of Being Part of Surveillance Programmes
Amid mounting pressure on Facebook-owned WhatsApp, rival Telegram's founder Parel Durov has added to his earlier criticism of the messaging service
What Other Messaging Apps Can Learn From WhatsApp's Troubles in India
Apps such as Hike and Telegram stand a good chance of attracting a chunk of WhatsApp's user base as controversies pile up for the US-based company.
This AI-powered Data Intelligence Provider Gained From Tighter Privacy Regulations
Having recently raised $100 million in funding, the start-up is going full throttle as the debate around data privacy grows across the world.
Challenges Faced in Democratizing Primary Healthcare Access and How to Overcome Them
Digital health will inevitably take over the booking process, but there are a few challenges that must be overcome first
4 Essentials for Complying With the New Data Privacy Regulations
Consumers need reassurance and protection from the entities they trust with their data. The onus will be on companies to provide those things, and a failure to do so will prove costly.
Here's How an Indian Blockchain Startup is Fixing a Major Glitch in US-Lending Industry
The blockchain startup, which was founded Mayank Tewari and Prerit Srivastava last year, has raised $1 million from Accel Partners
Is Blockchain the Answer for Self-Sovereign Identity?
For a long period of time, large firms have acted as the primary caretakers of user data, but the tables have turned or are at least poised to turn
Skilful Data Management Works Wonder for Data-Driven Companies
Data needs to be securely stored with the utmost caution and entails to be frequent attention, and only expert data management can be the answer to the realm