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Why not a GDPR for India?

Why not a GDPR for India?
After the recent scandal from Cambridge Analytica, millions of people are concerned over the privacy of their data and so are the Indians. India, one of the biggest markets of Facebook is most exciting market for such companies to test their concepts on artificial intelligence and machine learning. Cheap internet, wide adoption of smartphones and a huge young population totally unaware of the consequences of using the unsafe internet has set the internet product companies to exploit high-value Intel and data generated from India in a much easier way. I will start today with where does India stand in the world of “world wide web or internet” usage. Below are some figures on the number of internet user in millions globally.

Number of Internet users in millions
As the data shows, India stands second in terms of the number of Internet users and it’s increasing at a very rapid rate. Though I must mention that at the moment, India has one of the lowest internet penetr…
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Splunk - Drop Down Management Dashboard for Attacks

Scenario: You might have many security devices as input resource and many of them have standard apps already designed for Splunk(Also available for free) but even then in some cases you would like to create your own Dashboards based on your own requirements especially when you would like to report to the management customers and so on. Here I will explain a Web Application Firewall as an input resource where we might have multiple services registered into WAF and in Splunk you would like to create a dashboard for management based on a drop down menu for different services.
To start with, we will use the same lookup that we have created in my previous blog. First you need to know what you would like to present in a dashboard. In my case, I am taking a simple scenario that I would like to present the number of attacks from a country that is happening to any particular service in a given period of time. It would also present some additional details like as follows: Time Source IP Country Act…