Top tech news today, November 6: India was the biggest victim of cyberattacks last year. Smartphone shipments in the US fell 19 percent

India was the biggest victim of cyberattacks last year

India is the most targeted country when it comes to cyberattacks, accounting for 13.7 percent of all attacks last year. The United States is second at 9.6 percent, followed by Indonesia and China at 9.3 and 4.5 percent, respectively, a new report said Monday. According to cybersecurity firm Cyfirma, India was the most attacked country in 2022 as attacks on government agencies more than doubled last year. There were 95 percent more cyberattacks on government agencies in the second half of last year compared to the same period in 2021. Notably, state-sponsored cyberattacks in the country increased by more than 100 percent in 2022 compared to 2021.

Palo Alto Networks buys Talon Cyber ​​Security

On Monday, Palo Alto Networks confirmed it would acquire Israel-based Talon Cyber ​​Security, known for its enterprise browser technology, in a deal reportedly worth $625 million. Earlier last week, Palo Alto Networks also acquired Dig Security, a cloud data specialist, in a deal reportedly worth around $400 million. Talon’s Enterprise Browser technology provides an advanced solution that, when combined with Prisma SASE, facilitates secure access to business applications across multiple devices, including mobile and non-enterprise devices, ensuring a seamless user experience.

Smartphone shipments in the US fall by 19 percent

Smartphone shipments in the US fell 19 percent in the third quarter (Q3) of 2023, according to a new report. The brands that saw the biggest declines were Samsung, Google and TCL. Samsung, Google and TCL saw declines of 26 percent, 37 percent and 51 percent, respectively. Brands such as Lenovo-owned Motorola and Nokia HMD increased their shipments by 31 percent and 17 percent, respectively, compared to the same period last year, said a report by Counterpoint Research.

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Apple could renew the entire iPad range next year

Apple’s iPad lineup, including the standard iPad, iPad Pro, Mini and iPad Air, is preparing for an upgrade next year, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. The most highly anticipated updates include the iPad Pro models, which are expected to launch with the updated M3 chip and OLED displays in 11 and 13-inch sizes. Gurman noted that Apple has not released a new iPad during 2023, marking a departure from the company’s traditional pattern of releasing iPads.

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