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Sonakshi Sinha is No. 1 on the 2016 McAfee Most Sensational Celebrities List


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NEWS HIGHLIGHTS Actress Sonakshi Sinha ranked 1 on the McAfee Most Sensational Celebrities 2016 study Currently in its 10th edition globally, the study indicates the continued fascination for celebrity gossip that could lead to risky search results online, potentially exposing consumers to malware Gen-Y stars including Sonakshi Sinha, Tiger Shroff, Arjun Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Kriti …

Indians Most Willing To Share Personal Information Knowing The Risks While On Vacation Finds Intel Security

Email, Geo-Tagging and Social Media Activities Can Jeopardize Consumers’ Security While Traveling      NEWS HIGHLIGHTS Intel Security conducted a global study across 14 countries including India to better understand consumers’ digital behaviors while traveling Digital Detox: Unplugging on Vacation’ study reveals – Indians are far ahead than global peers in sharing sensitive information using …

Intel Security Study: 78% of Indian Consumers Consider Dangers of Unsafe Online Search Terms but Click on Promotional Diet Links

 New Study Reveals Security Risks associated with Dieting Clickbait          Intel Security conducted a study to understand consumer behaviours when searching online for diet and fitness programs, and to help educate them about potential risks. The study highlights various ways cybercriminals take advantage of the public’s interest in dieting programs, and focuses on what behaviours …

VENKAT KRISHNAPUR NAMED HEAD OF OPERATIONS FOR INTEL SECURITY GROUP’S INDIA ENGINEERING CENTRE

India: November 26, 2015- Intel Security Group (ISecG), has announced the appointment of Venkat Krishnapur as Head of Operations for its India Engineering Centre. Venkat was previously the Vice-President of Engineering for the Consumer Business Unit at Intel Security in Bangalore. In his new role Venkat will lead R&D and innovation effort in India, by leading …

McAfee Report reveals that Indian Tweens are potentially vulnerable to risky internet behaviour

India, 27 November 2013 –There is a growing trend of Indian tweens (kids between 8-12 years old) that are rapidly adopting internet through multiple devices and a variety of social networking platforms. McAfee unveiled its Tweens & Technology Report 2013 which analyses the online behaviour of India’s next generation of digital natives. Following are few …