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New technological trends bring along new threats. For instance, due to an increased number of people who are interested in learning about mining cryptocurrency, cybercriminals are actively exploiting people’s interest not just by deploying cryptocurrency-mining malware, but by creating fake Android apps that target those interested in virtual coins. Though Google is always quick to remove fraudulent apps from the Play Store when reported, taking down just few apps is not an efficient solution. We must know all about the latest malwares that could potentially affect our devices, and thus this is our responsibility to read Terms of Use, reviews especially with low ratings, and permissions it requires before downloading any application, or software, for that matter, on our devices. Well, don’t forget to check out our #Malware Alerts and Threat Spotlight column for more information. Our Guest Columnist Sonit Jain, CEO of GajShield Infotech highlighted 6 pillars of remote access security that is crucial for managing Identity and Access Management (IAM) for the organization’s data network. Another interesting read would be our feature about “can Electronic Nose technology diagnose diseases and disorders through smell?” Although the biological olfactory system is an inspiration for this type of technology, an electronic nose does not physically look like or depict a human nose. Deets inside.

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