There’s something rather perplexing to turn on a programme titled History of Sex and find yourself watching footage of hippies in San Francisco. After all, contrary to what the Americans may suggest, free love and kinky canoodling didn’t begin in California. Ancient Hindus did it, as our temples and temple traditions tell us, as did the Ancient…
The Viral Fever is back. After a delightfully hilarious interview with the newly elected Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and his lookalike, angry Arnub tries to find out the true meaning of freedom of speech.
Cyber security is a big deal. Just ask the likes of Sony or Microsoft, whose online gaming services recently suffered massive hacks. If such big organizations are prone to hacks, it doesn’t really require a thought on how safe accounts of normal users are.
More than 25 billion cyberattacks on the Japanese government and other bodies were logged in 2014, an agency said today, with 40 per cent of them traced to China. The National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), which has a network of a quarter of a million sensors, said there were 25.66 billion attempts…
It’s no secret that the United States believes in and has been spying on adversaries and allies alike through means human and technical, but what the most recent disclosure by the cyber-security firm Kaspersky Lab reveals is the penetration and complexity of the espionage using breakthrough methods that victim countries find it hard to shake…
Australia remains susceptible to the threat of cyber terrorist attacks, according to the head of the country’s first ever Cyber Security Centre. In an exclusive interview with News Ltd. Tuesday, Australia’s inaugural cyber security coordinator, Stephen Day, revealed that as terrorist organizations become more tech-savvy, the risk of a cyber attack on the country becomes…
A top technology security firm announced on Monday that they have uncovered evidence that sophisticated spying software, likely linked to the National Security Agency, was implanted in the hard drives of personal computers across the globe.
Aimed to improve the access of farmers for receiving information and services throughout the crop cycle, Agriculture e-governance scheme was launched in Kashmir Division with a view to further empower the farmers of the valley and bring them closer to the state department’s several other provisions.
There has been a series of technology-based initiatives announced by the NDA government after assuming power. While some of them like Digital India and MyGov are explicitly about technology, many others such as prime minister’s Jan Dhan Yojana etc have technology as the prime building block.
Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that information technology (IT) will play an important role in providing good governance to people.
Government of Jharkhand is serious about introducing E-Governance in every sphere of governance so that fruits of development initiatives reach to the targeted populations.