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Ad Fraud- The Biggest Setback in The Growth of Digital Advertising According to Mobvista

– 8.7% of global ad-fraud happens in India – Mobvista’s Neeraj Sharma attended AdTech 2019 and spoke about ensuring highest level of fraud protection at his Company New Delhi, 19th March 2019: The advertising technology space has evolved tremendously over the past few years with many rapid advancements in the sector. One of the banes

InnoTrans Campus: The new recruiting format for young talent at InnoTrans 2020

Berlin, 18 March 2019 – Whether they are computer scientists, economists or engineers, young talent is always in demand throughout the mobility sector. The career concept at InnoTrans helps young professionals to make contact with potential new employers. New this year: the InnoTrans Campus – the place to be for young professionals in the industry.

Consumer Confidence plummets in March 2019 by 6.8 percentage points: Thomson Reuters-Ipsos PCSI Study

Pulwama/ Balakot and war clouds play spoilsport  New Delhi, March 18, 2019:  The India Primary Consumer Sentiment Index (Consumer Confidence), as measured by Thomson Reuters in partnership with Ipsos, has nosedived by 6.8 percentage points in March 2019.       The monthly PCSI result which is driven by the aggregation of the four, weighted, sub-indices, has

Red Dot Award: Brands & Communication Design 2019 commences

Essen/Germany, 18 March 2019 The Red Dot Award: Brands & Communication Design 2019 has now officially started. Up until 28 June, designers, agencies, companies and brand creators are invited to take part – in the areas of “Brands” and “Communication Design”. Under the motto “In search of good design and creativity”, the jury will award

Young people voice their needs and aspirations for improved health and rights

Six regional consultations organised by Population Foundation of India & The YP Foundation New Delhi, India [18 March 2019]: Population Foundation of India (PFI) and The YP Foundation (TYPF) organised the sixth regional consultation for young people’s health today in New Delhi. Discussions led by young representatives ranged from issues such as gender-based violence, mental

Value Of Wine To Top $207 Billion By 2022, Forecasts IWSR Vinexpo Report

London, UK – Global consumption of still and sparkling wine is forecast to reach $207bn by 2022, for a total volume of 2.7bn nine-litre cases, reveals the latest IWSR Vinexpo report. The total still and sparkling wine market will grow in volume by 2.15% between 2017 and 2022. Driven by the trend to ‘drink less

Trend Micro Report Reveals Mounting Cloud Email Threats to Office 365 Require Second Layer of Defence

Cloud App Security report highlights the dangers of relying solely on built-in email security Bangalore, March 13, 2019: Trend Micro Incorporated (TYO: 4704; TSE: 4704), a global leader in cybersecurity solutions, today announced that its Cloud App Security tool blocked nearly nine million high-risk email threats in 2018 as attackers continued to evolve their tactics, highlighting the

SRL Analysis of Laboratory Tests– Kidney Dysfunction most common in Eastern India

•    Analysis based on more than 10,45,612 samples received for kidney function testing •    Observed kidney dysfunction higher in males (19% prevalence) than in women (9%) New Delhi, 13 March 2019: People living in the Eastern states of India showed higher percentage of abnormal results in kidney related laboratory tests than that done in other

Seqrite detects around 50 million cyber threats during H2 2018

–          Cryptojacking malware emerges as one of the most prominent threats, with more than 15,000 hits detected every day –          With more than 2000 detections every day, ransomware is not dead yet as it continues to evolve and becomes more sophisticated and targeted in nature –          The IT/ITES industry (27%) had the maximum malware detections,

Precautionary approach over marine geoengineering solutions for climate change

Adding iron or other nutrients into the oceans to enhance natural processes to draw carbon from the atmosphere and creating foams which float on the surface of the sea to reflect sunlight back into the atmosphere are among a wide range of geoengineering practices which have been put forward as potential tools for countering climate