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‘Ghimob’ malware may spy on 153 Android mobile apps

New 'Ghimob' Android trojan evolves from Brazil and may spread globally Image: Collected In their recent research, the security researchers have discovered a new Android banking trojan that can steal data from 153 Android applications. Named ‘Ghimob’, the trojan spies mainly through banks, fintechs, cryptocurrencies and exchanges. The threat from

VMware Empowers Bangladesh’s Enterprises to build their Multi-Cloud Future

VMware’s Multi-Cloud Strategy Unlocks the Value from Any Cloud While Delivering Better Security and Simplified Operations VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) announced new innovations to help customers build, run, manage, connect, and protect any app on any cloud. Today, more than 15 million enterprise workloads run on VMware in the cloud, and more than 4,300

Tokenization and how it secures the digital mobile payments

Wahid Ahmed Choudhury The payment industry saw more innovations and changes in last few years compared to all other ones combined over the decade before that. Digital payment is quite a convincing way of tapping into the potential customer segment. With rise of the digital wallets, newer channels for issuance and

Current cyber security system in banking sector, a way forward to build a robust security system

Mehedi Hasan Md. Mehedi Hasan has recently joined at newly created Cyber Security Unit (CSU) in Bangladesh Bank as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). In his twenty years of experience, Mr. Hasan performed different important roles in business transformations and ICT Security in NCC Bank and Uttara Bank Limited. He

Grameenphone observes ‘Security Day’

The digital defense is possible to remain safe in cyberspace Cybersecurity has become the top priority in the new-normal era to ensure safe access, data protection, secure connectivity, and privacy. Grameenphone, the connectivity partner to the Digital Bangladesh journey, expresses its firm commitment by observing “Security Day” to raise awareness and

GP online etiquette campaign brings light to numerous cyber issues

Internet, since its inception, has made things possible for humankind. The need for connectivity and the Internet during our new-normal days is even more imperative than ever before. However, when the Internet unleashes the opportunities at an unprecedented speed, we also see a surge of wrongdoings using the technological feat. In many cases, such

South Korea to support Bangladesh ensuring cyber security

Photo: Collected South Korea has expressed interest to work with Bangladesh to ensure a digital economy and cyber security. South Korean Ambassador to Bangladesh Lee Jang-Keun expressed the interest during a bilateral meeting with State Minister for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Zunaid Ahmed Palak at the ICT Tower in city’s

Facebook bans Holocaust denial, distortion posts

UNB Image: Collected Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the new policy Monday, the latest attempt by the company to take action against conspiracy theories and misinformation ahead of the U.S. presidential election three weeks away. The decision comes amid a push by Holocaust survivors around the world who lent their voices to

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