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Cloudflare Quad 1 DNS is privacy-centric and blazing fast

This year I have witnessed too many DNS stories - rising from the Government censorship programs to privacy-centric secure DNS (DNS over TLS) in order to protect the customers' queries from profiling or profiting businesses. There are some DNS which are attempting to block the malicious sites (IBM Quad9 DNS and SafeDNS) while others are trying to give un-restricted access to the world (Google DNS and CISCO OpenDNS) at low or no costs. Yesterday,...
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An Interview by Timecamp on Data Protection

A few months back I was featured in an interview on Data Protection Tips with Timecamp. Only a handful of questions but they are well articultated for any organisation which is proactive & wants to address security in corporations, and their employees' & customers responsibilities. -- How do you evaluate people's awareness regarding the need to protect their private data? This is an exciting question as we have often faced challenges during data protection...
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Employers investing in Social media Policy

While the topic may sound too dramatic, but this may soon shape into a legal IP rights (ref: Intellectual Property) issue in coming times. Over the last few years, there has been a constant change in the firm’s outlook about our personal cyber life. Some firms I know have been very aggressive in putting a strict policy upfront, at the time of joining. We are pushing our social IQ, and increasingly becoming more...
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Is Social Network, a forbidden fruit?

It’s the kind of evening that anyone would expect me to be sitting in office for a snacks time conversation. But today due to some power problems, we called the day off pretty early. I was feeling a little restless, so came out and walked into a Cafe Coffee Day (CCD) to have an Expresso. On the table next to me, there is a group of teens discussing about Facebook, Orkut etc. How...
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