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BENGALURU (Reuters) - Around five million people globally have had their data stolen and sold on the bot market till date, of which 600,000 are from India, making it the worst affected country, according to one of the world's largest VPN serice providers NordVPN.

Bot markets are used by hackers to sell stolen data from victims' devices with bot malware.

The study by NordVPN, of Lithuania's Nord Security, said the stolen data included user logins, cookies, digital fingerprints, screenshots and other information, with the average price for the digital identity of a person pegged at 490 Indian rupees($5.95).

NordVPN tracked data for the past four years, ever since bot markets were launched in 2018.

India has been dealing with cyber security concerns for a while. As recently as last month, multiple servers of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), a federal government hospital that caters to ministers, politicians and the general public, were infected on Nov. 23, a senior police official told Reuters.

A week after the ransomware attack on AIIMS, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) faced around 6,000 hacking attempts within 24 hours on Nov. 30, Times of India reported.

Indian cybersecurity rules have tightened only earlier this year, with the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) requiring tech companies to report data breaches within six hours of noticing such incidents and to maintain IT and communications logs for six months.

NordVPN's study looked into three major bot markets - the Genesis market, the Russian Market, and 2Easy - and found stolen logins including those from Google, Microsoft and Facebook accounts.

"What makes bot markets different from other dark web markets is that they are able to get large amounts of data about one person in one place," said Marijus Briedis, chief technology officer at NordVPN.

"And after the bot is sold, they guarantee the buyer that the victim's information will be updated as long as their device is infected by the bot."

Researchers of NordVPN found 667 million cookies, 81,000 digital fingerprints, 538,000 auto-fill forms, numerous device screenshots, and webcam snaps in their study.

($1 = 82.3000 Indian rupees)

(Reporting by Anuran Sadhu in Bengaluru; Editing by Nivedita Bhattacharjee)

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Killexams : The Girl Scouts’ Latest Business Project: Hailing 5G Cellphone Technology

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Beyond developing their camping skills, participating in a food drive to aid the hungry and donating pajamas for seniors, Girl Scouts across America this year were offered a new way to earn a special uniform patch: learning about the wonders of 5G cellphone technology and, in some cases, promoting it.

The opportunity came courtesy of Ericsson, the Swedish telecommunications giant, which sponsored the “Ericsson Limited Edition 5G & IoT” (Internet of Things) patch program. The program, still available on at least one Girl Scout website, targets all age levels, from Daisies (kindergarten-age Scouts) to Ambassadors (those in high school), with an array of activities intended to “introduce Girl Scouts to 5G and the Internet of Things.”

These include watching “Explaining 5G to Kids,” a five-minute video featuring Mats, a bearded Ericsson employee, as he chats with Siofra, Freya and two other squirming but charming children, who speak English with what sound like hints of Swedish accents. Mats explains that 5G is a “new technology for the mobile phone. So everything will be much better.” He explains that the technology could allow the kids’ toys to connect. “Wouldn’t that be cool?” he asks. “This is what Ericsson is doing,” Mats explains. “This is what 5G can do.”

Other recommended activities sound more like do-it-yourself advertising. High school-age members on one Girl Scout site are encouraged to “Find a cell tower and make a video explaining how 5G would change the world for you. Share the video you made with a friend or fellow Girl Scout. Or, with an adult’s permission, post your video on social media and tag @gsheartofnj, @ericsson, #girlscoutstalk5G.”

And Scouts of all ages are invited to “discuss with your troop or an adult how mmWave spectrum is safe and does not cause harm to our health.”

© Provided by ProPublica The Ericsson “Limited Edition 5G & IoT” patch offered by Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey (Image courtesy of GSHNJ and Ericsson)

Some health experts, who are concerned that wireless radiation poses a health risk to children, criticize the Ericsson program as an improper and inaccurate form of industry marketing. “Anytime corporations advertise directly to children, I’m very suspicious,” Dr. Jerome Paulson, a pediatrician and emeritus professor in George Washington University’s department of environmental and occupational health, told ProPublica. “It would be like Exxon Mobil sponsoring a patch on climate change.” Paulson previously chaired the Council on Environmental Health at the American Academy of Pediatrics, which has criticized the Federal Communications Commission’s wireless-radiation standards for failing to protect children.

The Environmental Health Trust, an activist nonprofit which first spotted the Ericsson program, recently sent a letter of protest to the Girl Scouts’ national office, saying the patch materials “misleadingly state that 5G networks and cellphones are safe,” and urging their removal from all Girl Scout websites. The ten signers included “former Girl Scouts and parents of Scouts,” the chair of the obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences department at Yale’s medical school, the former president of Microsoft Canada and a Swedish scientist who has conducted influential epidemiological studies on cellphone radiation.

In an emailed statement, Vidya Krishnan, global chief learning officer for Ericsson, who sits on the Girl Scouts National Board, defended the program: “The Ericsson Girl Scouts 5G patch has the sole purpose of educating our next generation about the latest wireless technologies that are shaping their lives and their future. Educational awareness is the only intention and impact.” (In October, the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas honored Krishnan as a “Woman of Distinction” at its annual fundraising luncheon, where a “presenting sponsorship” went for $100,000 and individual tickets sold for $300.)

The Girl Scouts, of course, are hardly strangers to the world of commerce. They have long been renowned for their annual cookie sales — the Scouts call it “the largest girl-led entrepreneurial program in the world” — which raise about $800 million annually for local activities. Girls are eligible for special “Cookie Business” badges by honing their sales pitches and tapping into market research.

And the Girl Scouts have offered other patches sponsored by corporations. Among them: Fidelity Investments, which sponsors a “girls’ guide to managing money.” One Texas chapter offered a patch for “Fluor Engineering Month.”

The Ericsson 5G patch was first made available in March 2021 through the website of the Northeast Texas council of the Girl Scouts. Ericsson’s U.S. headquarters is in Plano, Texas, and the company, which boasts of being “the leading provider of 5G network equipment in the U.S.,” has been involved with the area’s Girl Scouts program for several years. Ericsson has focused on promoting interest in science, technology, engineering and math careers, known as STEM, where girls are historically underrepresented. (The company’s Facebook page includes photos of hardhat-wearing Girl Scouts on a 2018 field trip to an Ericsson training center with mock cell towers and transmitters.) A second Ericsson executive serves on the local Girl Scouts board, and, according to public disclosures, Ericsson has donated more than $100,000 annually to the northeast Texas council for the past three years.

Ashley Crowe, chief program officer for the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas, said 697 Girl Scouts have obtained the Ericsson 5G patch. Crowe praised Ericsson’s support for the Girl Scouts, saying, “I for one would never feel exploited by Ericsson,” but she added that she was unaware of health concerns about children’s exposure to cellphone radiation. “I had never even heard about that,” she said. “This has not been brought to our attention at all.”

After ProPublica’s inquiries about the matter, the patch program was removed from the Texas council’s website. (A spokesperson for the council asserted that “the patch program was removed from our site at the beginning of October,” explaining that “the Ericsson 5G IoT patch program was funded by Ericsson as a one-year optional program for local Girl Scouts and concluded September 30, 2022.” However, a ProPublica reporter saw the patch on the Texas site as late as Nov. 21.) It remains available on the website of a New Jersey Girls Scouts council.

A spokesperson for Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey submitted a statement on behalf of its CEO, Natasha Hemmings, asserting that “the safety and well-being of our Girl Scouts is and always has been our top priority.” The statement continued: “In line with our mission, we partner with numerous organizations and corporations, including Ericsson, to expand access to education and to empower girls to become leaders of tomorrow.”

The national office for Girl Scouts of the USA did not respond to multiple requests for comment.

Scientific concern about whether cellphone radiation poses a human health hazard, including increased risk of cancer, fertility issues or other problems, has been rising in accurate years. (ProPublica recently explored this issue in detail.) The research includes a massive U.S. government study that in 2018 found “clear evidence” that cellphone radiation caused cancer in lab animals. Some researchers have also warned of special risk to children, citing studies showing that their developing brains absorb more radiation because of their thinner, smaller skulls. The American Academy of Pediatrics has echoed this concern, urging the FCC to revise its exposure standards, saying they don’t adequately protect children.

More than 20 foreign governments have adopted protective measures or recommended precautions regarding wireless radiation, with many of them focused on limiting exposure to children. The European Environment Agency offers similar guidance, noting: “There is sufficient evidence of risk to advise people, especially children, not to place the handset against their heads.”

The wireless industry and U.S. regulators, including the FCC and Food and Drug Administration, deny that there is any proven health risk for anyone. They dispute that the technology poses any special hazard to children and don’t advocate any precautions. The FCC’s “Wireless Devices and Health Concerns” page, for example, notes that “some parties” recommend safety measures, “even though no scientific evidence currently establishes a definitive link between wireless device use and cancer or other illnesses.” It then states, in bold: “The FCC does not endorse the need for these practices.”

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Killexams : Digital twins use cases across different industries and a case study

Digital-twin technology is increasingly being adopted in multiple verticals, with the industry close to a maturity point, Dan Isaacs, CTO of the Digital Twin Consortium, said during a presentation at the 5G Manufacturing Forum—available on demand here.

“We’ve seen the evolution of digital twins going across from having its origination in the aerospace and manufacturing sectors, but it’s really accelerating across every major industry,” Isaacs said.

The executive noted that there is an increasing adoption of digital twins in industries such as aerospace, automotive, construction, transportation, fintech, energy, manufacturing, healthcare, pharmaceutical and security.

The executive noted that the Digital Twin Consortium was formed two and a half years ago with Microsoft, Dell, Ansys and LendLease, among the founding members. “And we’ve continued to build out our steering committee across these different areas. So you can see Johnson Controls coming in, you can see also GE Digital and Northrop Grumman. We continue to build out, and we’re actually going to be announcing a major oil and gas company coming in the next in the next coming months. We continue to see the value that digital twins are providing across virtually every industry.”

By the end of this year, the consortium aims to have a regional branch organizer in every major continent of the world, Isaacs said. “We now have associations, consortiums and other groups where we can now build out and extend further the ecosystem of digital twin and enabling technologies (…) This consortium really has ties around the world so we can extend and really drive not just the awareness, but the adoption of digital twins.”

Commenting on the different use cases enabled by digital twin technology in different industries, Isaacs said that some of the key use cases include long-haul Covid-19 management, bio-mimicry in life science, buildings as batteries, health assurance buildings, emergency services, water management, carbon sequestration, wind farm operation, industrial automation, AI real-time quality control, supply chain composability, intelligent transport, smart corridors, fleet charging stations and financial transactions, among others.

Isaacs also highlighted a digital twin use case enabled by Vicomtech, a technological center specializing in artificial intelligence, visual computing and interaction based in Spain.

The executive highlighted that the solution includes an ERP system which sends the order to a Manufacturing Execution System (MES). The MES launches the manufacturing process, including a conveyer that moves parts and a remote-controlled robot. A remote operator decides if the part is valid, viewing a live camera image over 5G, and the robot finishes the manufacturing process. Also, a Data Acquisition Module communicates with the elements of the manufacturing line to store relevant traceability and process data at a High-Performance Computer (HPC). This data feeds an Assets Administration Shell (AAS) based digital representation of the line elements that are the input for the twin. The twin, including the dashboard, is deployed in virtual environment, viewed by AR googles, the executive said.

Issacs explained that the digital twin provides a digital replica of the manufacturing cell, enabling manipulation and quality control inspection of manufacturing cells using virual reality. The digital twin also tracks energy efficiency, performance metrics and maintainability of the manufacturing line.

Other use cases in which digital twins are being implemented are predictive quality and precision control, he added.

“The value that digital twin is providing is looking and understanding and being able to have set points or thresholds where you can have advanced alerts and know that you’re reaching to some point where either the anomalous behavior may occur or there could be some type of failure resulting in unplanned downtime, which cascades and ripples through the entire supply chain,” Isaac said.

Meanwhile, Simon Frumkin, CEO of U.K. firm Freshwave, provided insights on the 5G Integrated Railway Augmented Reality Digital Twin (ARDT) project at St. Pancras International train station in London, in which a consortium of business and organizations created a platform through which rail assets, rolling stock and station control systems are connected via a mobile private network (MPN) to Strengthen efficiency, training and passenger experience.

Funded by Innovate UK and led by Pauley, the project involved close collaboration between HS1, Network Rail High Speed, the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Center, Athonet and Freshwave.

“We delivered to our client, Network Rail, a number of different use cases including fault diagnosis, helping them to understand data, but also to understand passenger flows,” Frumkin said.

Freshwave provided the radio coverage plan, network build services, cloud core hardware and operations support in close partnership with Athonet who provided the network design, 5G core software and network equipment.

“I don’t think there’s any way that a digital twin of this complexity could be delivered on any legacy technology. 5G private network is almost certainly the only type of wireless network it could be,” he added.

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Killexams : Data of 6 lakh Indians stolen and sold on bot market, says study Data of 6 lakh Indians stolen and sold on bot market, says study © Provided by Firstpost Data of 6 lakh Indians stolen and sold on bot market, says study

The data of nearly 5 million people was stolen and sold on the bot market, out of which 6 lakh individuals are Indians, making it the worst affected country as per NordVPN, one of the largest VPN service providers in the world. The study by NordVPN analysed three major bot markets, namely the Genesis market, the Russian Market, and 2Easy. Stolen logins were found by the study, including those from Google, Facebook, and Microsoft accounts. According to what Marijus Briedis, chief technology officer at NordVPN told Reuters, the thing which differentiates bot markets from other dark web markets is that they can get large amounts of data about one person in one place. He further added that once the bot is sold, they provide guarantee to the buyer that the victim’s information will be updated as long as his/her device is infected by the bot.

Hackers use the bot markets for selling stolen data from people’s devices via bot malware. According to the study by NordVPN, the stolen data included digital fingerprints, screenshots, cookies, logins, and other information with the average price for an individual’s digital identity pegged at Rs 490. The data was tracked by NordVPN for the past four years since the bot markets were introduced in 2018.

In their study, the researchers of NordVPN found nearly 667 million cookies, 538,000 auto-fill forms, 81,000 digital fingerprints, webcam snaps, and various device screenshots. The malware is sent by the hackers on victims’ devices through infected websites and sends malicious attachments or links via email.

India has been dealing with concerns regarding cyber security for a while. Last month, multiple servers of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), were infected on 23 November, as told by a senior police official to Reuters. On 30 November, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) faced nearly 6,000 hacking attempts within 24 hours, as reported by the Times of India.

Earlier this year, the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) mandated tech firms to report data breaches within six hours of finding such incidents and to maintain communication and IT log for six months.

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1 Introduction
1.1 Objective of the Study
1.2 Definition of the Market
1.3 Market Scope
1.3.1 Market Segment by Type, Application and Marketing Channel
1.3.2 Major Regions Covered (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Mid East and Africa)
1.4 Years Considered for the Study (2017-2028)
1.5 Currency Considered (U.S. Dollar)
1.6 Stakeholders

2 Key Findings of the Study

3 Market Dynamics
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3.2 Factors Challenging the Market
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3.5 Industry News by Region
3.6 Regulatory Scenario by Region/Country
3.7 Market Investment Scenario Strategic Recommendations Analysis

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6 Global Quantum Technology Market-Segmentation by Application

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8 Competitive Intelligence Company Profiles

9 Global Quantum Technology Market-Segmentation by Geography

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9.2 Europe
9.3 Asia-Pacific
9.4 Latin America

9.5 Middle East and Africa

10 Future Forecast of the Global Quantum Technology Market from 2023-2028

10.1 Future Forecast of the Global Quantum Technology Market from 2023-2028 Segment by Region
10.2 Global Quantum Technology Production and Growth Rate Forecast by Type (2023-2028)
10.3 Global Quantum Technology Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast by Application (2023-2028)

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12.2 Research Data Source


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Killexams : Global Quantum Computing Market Report 2022: Key Players Such as Amazon, Microsoft, Intel and More Fueling 28.6% Annual Growth

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Global quantum computing market will reach $9,563.1 million by 2031, growing by 28.6% annually over 2021-2031, driven by the need for secure communication and digitization, an emergence of advanced applications and early adoption of quantum computers in some industries, increased investment in quantum computing technology, and the rise of numerous strategic partnerships and collaborations among key vendors.

Highlighted with 85 tables and 99 figures, this 187-page report is based on comprehensive research of the entire global quantum computing market and all its sub-segments through extensively detailed classifications. Profound analysis and assessment are generated from premium primary and secondary information sources with inputs derived from industry professionals across the value chain. The report is based on studies on 2019-2021 and provides forecast from 2022 till 2031 with 2021 as the base year.

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In-depth qualitative analyses include identification and investigation of the following aspects:

The trend and outlook of global market is forecast in optimistic, balanced, and conservative view by taking into account of COVID-19 and Russia-Ukraine conflict. The balanced (most likely) projection is used to quantify global quantum computing market in every aspect of the classification from perspectives of Component, Technology, Deployment, Application, Industry Vertical, and Region.

Based on Component, the global market is segmented into the following sub-markets with annual revenue ($ mn) for 2021-2031 included in each section.

  • Hardware

  • Quantum Computers

  • Programmed Infrastructure

  • Software

  • Simulation

  • Optimization

  • Machine Learning

  • Sampling and Others

  • Services

  • Professional Services

  • Deployment and Installation

  • Infrastructure Maintenance

  • Consulting and Education

  • Managed Services

Based on Technology, the global market is segmented into the following sub-markets with annual revenue ($ mn) for 2021-2031 included in each section.

  • Superconducting Qubits

  • Trapped Ion

  • Quantum Cryptography

  • Quantum Annealing

  • Topological and Photonic

By Deployment, the global market is segmented into the following sub-markets with annual revenue ($ mn) for 2021-2031 included in each section.

  • On-premises Deployment

  • Cloud-based Deployment

By Application, the global market is segmented into the following sub-markets with annual revenue ($ mn) for 2021-2031 included in each section.

  • Machine Learning (ML)

  • Quantum Optimization

  • Quantum Simulation

  • Quantum Finance

  • Quantum Chemistry

  • Other Applications

By Industry Vertical, the global market is segmented into the following sub-markets with annual revenue ($ mn) for 2021-2031 included in each section.

  • Pharmaceutical and Healthcare

  • BFSI

  • Government and Public Services

  • Aerospace and Defense

  • Energy & Utilities

  • Automotive and Transportation

  • Chemical Industry

  • IT and Telecom

  • Manufacturing Industry

  • Cybersecurity

  • Media and Entertainment

  • Other Industry Verticals

Geographically, the following regions together with the listed national/local markets are fully investigated:

  • North America (U.S., Canada, and Mexico)

  • Europe (Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Rest of Europe; Rest of Europe is further segmented into Russia, Switzerland, Poland, Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Ireland, Norway, Denmark, and Finland)

  • APAC (Japan, China, South Korea, Australia, India, and Rest of APAC; Rest of APAC is further segmented into Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, New Zealand, Vietnam, Taiwan, and Philippines)

  • South America (Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Rest of South America)

  • MEA (UAE,Saudi Arabia, South Africa and Rest of MEA)

Selected Key Players:

  • 1QB Information Technologies Inc.

  • Accenture Plc.

  • Amazon Web Services, Inc.

  • Anyon Systems, Inc.

  • Atos SE

  • Cambridge Quantum Computing Ltd.

  • ColdQuanta, Inc.

  • D-Wave Systems Inc.

  • Google LLC by Alphabet Inc.

  • Honeywell International Inc.

  • IBM Corporation

  • Intel Corporation

  • IonQ Inc.

  • ISARA Corporation

  • Microsoft Corporation

  • QC Ware Corp.

  • Quantum Circuits, Inc.

  • Rigetti & Co, Inc.

  • River Lane Research

  • Xanadu Quantum Technologies Inc.

  • Zapata Computing, Inc.

Key subjects Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Market Overview and Dynamics

3 Segmentation of Global Market by Component

4 Segmentation of Global Market by Technology

5 Segmentation of Global Market by Deployment

6 Segmentation of Global Market by Application

7 Segmentation of Global Market by Industry Vertical

8 Segmentation of Global Market by Region

9 Competitive Landscape

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