After ban, India asks Chinese app makers to answer 77 questions on security, content, IT News, ET CIO | #exploits | #vulnverabilities

Chinese companies such as TikTok-owner ByteDance have been asked by India to answer 77 questions about their apps that have been banned by New Delhi, including whether they censored content, worked on behalf of foreign governments or lobbied influencers. India’s Information Technology Ministry has given the companies three weeks to…

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DevSecOps Requires a Different Approach to Security | #exploits | #vulnverabilities

Breaking applications into microservices means more difficulty in gaining good visibility into runtime security and performance issues, says startup Traceable. As developers increasingly adopt DevOps and other agile programming models, software security testing is becoming more complex with applications broken down into microservices hosted in a plethora of containers. Startup…

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Wearable Devices Cybersecurity Market to Flourish with an Impressive CAGR during COVID-19 Crisis 2018 – 2023 – Bulletin Line | #exploits | #vulnverabilities

Wearable devices have become increasingly popular in the recent years mainly due to their consumer-focused offerings and a wide range of device connectivity. These devices carry massive amounts of user data ranging from user demographics and electronic health record (EHR). These may open the scope for possible security vulnerabilities, such…

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Moving forcibly displaced persons from aid-dependence to self-reliance during protracted displacement – Daily Trust | #exploits | #vulnverabilities

The world is experiencing a record high number of children, women, and men who have been forced to flee their homes due to conflict, violence, natural disaster, and human rights violations. Figures by the UNHCR show that 79.5 million people around the world are living in forced displacement. Today, displacement…

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