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Dell Introduces three New Gaming Laptops in India




NEW DELHI – Keeping in mind the requirements of different kinds of gamers, Dell has launched three new gaming laptops of different price range at an event in New Delhi. G7 15, Alienware m-15, and Area 51-m are the three new gaming laptops which are unveiled by Dell. As the demand for gaming laptops is increasing in India so by diving into this segment, Dell has taken a wise step which would help it to generate a good amount of revenue. G7 15 starts at Rs. 1,57,399 and offers the latest Nvidia RTX 20 series, which is meant for casual gamers. Whereas the two brand new models of Alienware namely, Alienware m-15 and Alienware Area 51-m are perfect for hardcore gaming laptops. The price of Alienware-15, which is the lightest gaming laptop from Dell starts at Rs 1,78,999 and that of Alienware Area 51-m has a starting price of Rs. 2,99,590. These three new gaming laptops from Dell have the latest Nvidia RTX 20 series GPU and native support for ray tracing in games.

If someone is looking for the best gaming PC or a laptop, then he/she must look into these new gaming laptops for an excellent gaming experience. Alienware m-51 has come with Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics, Intel Core i7 and i9 processors. This is the most upgradable gaming laptop and it supports upto 64 Gb of memory. The other specifications are 2.5Gbps Ethernet technology, 17-inch display, Alienware TactX keyboard, AlienFX customisable lighting across various zones including the power button and  LCD cover Alien head. Also, Cryo-tech 2.0 cooling Technology is included in this version.

Alienware m15 is the thinnest laptop offered by Dell with Intel Core i7 processors with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 and 2070 Max-Q design graphics cards. It is available in Epic Silver and Nebula Red color. Also, it has a cooling system with Cryo-tech 2.0 technology. And the other gaming laptop, G7 15 is available in Abyss Grey with blue accents. It is the most affordable Dell gaming laptop with 8th Gen Intel Core Processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 Series graphics with 6GB GDDR6 VRAM. Apart from other features, it has two front-firing speakers tuned with Waves MaxxAudio Pro.

From television to the internet platform, Jonathan switched his journey in digital media with Bigtime Daily. He served as a journalist for popular news channels and currently contributes his experience for Bigtime Daily by writing about the tech domain.

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How Can Good Hackers Beat Bad Hackers?




Between 2019 and 2020, the number of successful cybersecurity attacks worldwide has almost doubled from roughly 2,100 to nearly 4,000 data breaches.  This has occurred at the same time that the penetration testing (or “Pen Testing”) vertical within the cybersecurity industry has become a multi-billion-dollar market, projected to more than double in size between 2021-2025. With the number of cybercrime incidents rising and with so much at stake in securing our digital information, the question remains, how are successful attacks still rising?

Rapid Digitization Means More Personal Data is Available Online

Twenty years ago, it would have been relatively uncommon for a middle-class home to have more than one computer with internet access, whereas nowadays you would be hard-pressed to find one without an array of technology devices connected to various networks. Because virtually every piece of technology we use in our daily lives is now internet-connected, our personal data is being shared through an increasing number of devices. When those devices and the software and data stored on them is not properly secured, it further adds to the problem of growing cyberattacks.

If a software company hires a cybersecurity consultant to perform Pen Testing services on a new application the company has developed, it may take 2-3 weeks just to get the paperwork in order to conduct the testing, leaving potential vulnerabilities in the software’s data untested and exposed. At the same time, cybersecurity consultants who use scattered software toolkits in their Pen Testing, coupled with human-centric Pen Testing policies, can cost these companies more resources (time and money) in the long run.

Rapid Technological Evolution

Another symptom of rising rates of malicious cyberattacks is the reality that security professionals struggle to match the speed at which our technology, and the data we store in it, evolves. Before IT security professionals can properly secure a new technology that has already been delivered to commercial markets, another newer technology is ready to launch, perpetuating the problem.

Since the onset of COVID-19 last year, more people are using technology to work remotely, adding new challenges for cybersecurity professionals to keep the organizations and people they work with secure. Normally, companies would hire cybersecurity professionals to test their data security, as well as identify, assess, and fill in the gaps found in those defenses. However, the gap between the supply and demand of certified cybersecurity professionals is increasing and there are currently not enough professionals in the industry to perform the amount of testing needed at scale right now.

Beating the Hackers with AI-Backed Pen Testing

The problem of malicious cybersecurity attacks is not linked to a lack of investment in cybersecurity products and services. Rather, the problem arises when these investments are not performing as intended. Every major company and software platform needs cybersecurity testing and we must increase the amount of Pen Testing from certified Pen Testers to help reduce the success of malicious cyber-attacks.

One option is crowdsourcing, where companies bring in a broad amount of hacker expertise from all around the world and test their cybersecurity defense systems. One caution is that this often causes companies to lose control over the process of which defenses are being tested, the methods used in testing, and the frequency of those tests, leaving their data vulnerable to attack.

A second option, one many cybersecurity professionals agree as to the more plausible and advisable one, is to use technology such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) in order to generate algorithms from the process that your Pen Testers perform, allowing for human hackers and AI to complement each other to perform more testing in less time for less cost.

Using this method, companies can secure Pen Testing within 24 hours, rather than waiting 2-3 weeks to file the paperwork traditionally associated with the process. Within 5-6 days, the results are sent to the company’s software developers with recommendations on how to fix any potential threats that were identified. This process makes the entire testing process much easier, faster, more accurate, and more cost-effective for the client. It also allows software development companies to develop at a more rapid pace without sacrificing security, providing additional value to product end-users.

The endgame of cybersecurity professionals is to have a more secure society, but the only way we can achieve this is by including solutions such as AI-backed Pen Testing, allowing security professionals to conduct more tests, more often, in order to generate more accurate results and identify issues that can be fixed proactively, rather than reactively. In using AI-backed Pen Testing processes, companies can ensure that their business’ and their clients’ data are fully protected and remain secure.

Seemant Sehgal is the Founder & CEO of BreachLock Inc. – the world’s first AI-powered full stack and SaaS-enabled Penetration Testing as a Service. Since 2019 BreachLock has quickly emerged as a market disrupter in the traditionally human dependent Penetration Testing market.

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