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Nexusguard research reveals 500 percent increase in average DDoS attack size

Cybersecurity researchers recommend bandwidth protection against IoT botnets   SAN FRANCISCO, UNITED STATES – Media OutReach – September 13, 2018 – The average DDoS attack quintupled in size to more than 26 Gbps and the maximum attack size quadrupled to 359 Gbps compared to the same period last year, according to Nexusguard‘s “Q2 2018 Threat

Research indicates Indian consumers confident that Artificial Intelligence will make lives easier and society smarter

65% of survey respondents are positive about AI, but believe businesses can do much more to educate consumers   BENGALURU — 11 September 2018 — Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), the Customer Success Platform and world’s #1 CRM company, today unveiled findings from new research titled, Artificial Intelligence in Asia: Trust, Understanding and the Opportunity to Re-Skill.


Millennial parents are picking baby names based on available domain names, a new study shows. The new trend emerged in a study examining how the internet is shaping approaches to parenting and how thinking about a child’s online presence now starts while they’re in the womb. According to the research, as many as one in

Opportunity for Indians to Experience Research in Germany – Green Talents Award 2018

Become a Green Talent, promote your sustainability research in Germany and gain exclusive access to a remarkable network of excellent young researchers.   New Delhi, 8th , May 2018 | Sustainable development is the fundament to preserve our earth for present and future generations by finding a balance between the need for socio-economic development and the

Jacobs University of Bremen and SMS group kick off joint research and development project

Development of innovative dynamic planning and optimization processes as part of a digitalization offensive Jacobs University of Bremen and SMS group kick off joint research and development project As part of its digitalization offensive, SMS group ( has kicked off a research and development project on intelligent production planning in coopeation with Jacobs University of

Dell Technologies research reveals digital readiness of Indian businesses

Indian business leaders forecast the next era of human-machine partnerships and how they intend to prepare   India – 7th Feb, 2018   Humans and machines will work together as an integrated team; 38% Indian leaders believe that they have already achieved this 47% believe that the most likely barrier to becoming a digital business

35% organizations still rely on archaic platforms for risk management – ICICI Lombard Research

Mumbai, January 19, 2018: ICICI Lombard General Insurance, one of the leading general insurance companies in the country, has commissioned an all India research entitled ‘Readiness of India Inc. with respect to Risk Management’. The research was conducted through online interviews with 130 C-suite risk officers, to identify the risk practices adopted by Indian organizations.

Indonesia’s forests still under threat from palm oil industry, new research shows 

Nusa Dua, Bali, 27 November 2017 – As the industry gathers in Bali for the annual Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil conference, a new report by Greenpeace International [1] reveals that suppliers to the world’s biggest consumer brands still cannot guarantee their palm oil is free from forest destruction. None of the companies could prove

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation investing in Research of CESS Nuffield – FLAME University Director

Pune, 27th June, 2017: Nearly half of the Indian population defecates in the open, a big sanitation and health problem the government and academics are trying to solve. But how do you encourage more people in urban slums to use shared public facilities instead of engaging in open defecation? And what is the best way

HKBU Chinese Medicine Scholars Conduct Research in Space Life Science aboard China’s Tianzhou 1

HONG KONG, May 18, 2017 – (ACN Newswire) – The School of Chinese Medicine (SCM) of Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) is conducting a space life science study aboard China’s first cargo spacecraft, Tianzhou-1, which was launched last month. HKBU is the only institution of higher education outside the Mainland to conduct scientific research aboard