Global Information Security Spending To Exceed $124B In 2019, Privacy Concerns Driving Demand
Worldwide spending on information security is forecast to rise 8.7% and exceed $124 billion in 2019 according to a forecast from U.S. research firm Gartner, a member of the S&P 500 index. Privacy concerns are expected to “drive around 10%” of market demand for security services through 2019.
TOKYO: A panel advising Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso urged the government on Tuesday to go ahead with a planned sales tax hike next October, taking all steps needed to prevent a downturn while also avoiding fiscal expansion.
Lamudi claimed to be in a “comfortable” financial situation with a “clear path” towards break-even Global real estate platform for emerging market Lamudi has named two European media and digital classifieds companies Ringier AG and Axel Springer as its new strategic investors, through an undisclosed funding round. Following the investment, the two investors will share […]
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China’s crackdown on the risks in its financial system is inflicting great pain on private businesses. Their problem? Getting loans since the authorities began squeezing the practice of shadow banking, or unregulated lending. Help is potentially at hand, though, in the form of another government drive: an unprecedented push to cajole banks into lending more to private companies. President Xi Jinping has put his personal stamp on the campaign, proclaiming “unwavering” support for the private sect