Vol. 114 - January 21, 2014      

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Security Forecast: Centralized control is key for securing future trends
As many would know, the ICT industry is closely linked to the security industry on many levels. From the macro aspect right down to the micro interactions among clients, solutions, services, and everything in between, security is a critical element that can no longer be sidelined from crucial decision making processes. eScan, one of the more prominent security brands, sat down with PC.com to share about what it thinks of the upcoming security trends for next year. Its Managing Director and CEO, Govind Rammurthy, rightly points out some of the larger concerns consumers should keep in mind as they go into the New Year.
Enterprise Security, And Ways To Strengthen It
The creation of a secure IT environment is not just the responsibility of the organization’s IT staff. Everyone in the organization has the responsibility to respect and comply with the corporate security policies and rules, says Govind Rammurthy, MD & CEO, eScan, the security software developers.
The Evolving Threats posed by DDoS Attacks
The DDoS problem can be resolved using a mix of two approaches – securing systems so that they are not compromised and used in attacks, and communication amongst parties involved in an attack.
“Mobile computing and increased cloud integration, will form the highlight of eScan products in 2014" -Mr. Govind Rammurthy, MD & CEO, eScan
As a brand, we always have ensured to provide users the best AV product, with the best ROI as compared to any other AV product available in the markets above all, at the most competitive price. eScan, today has become one of the most trusted and preferred security solution amongst IT users across the globe.
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