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The Indian government to launch a national malware repository on 3rd August, this year

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The Indian government to launch a national malware repository on 3rd August, this year. The Indian government is gearing up for the launch of a national malware repository on 3rd August, this year as a reference database for cybersecurity products. National cybersecurity coordinator Rajesh Pant said and I quote “We intend to create a national cyber registry of human resources. In the same registry you will find tools and products which have been already indigenously developed so that there is no duplication” unquote. Zilingo co-founder Ankiti Bose has handed over a resignation letter. Zilingo co-founder Ankiti Bose resigns due to the “opacity of information” shared with her. On her Instagram she posted saying and I quote “Given the current circumstances, and due to the opacity of information to me as board member and a shareholder, I have resigned forthwith from all directorships I hold with Zilingo’s holding company and any of its subsidiaries” unquote. WhatsApp banned more than 19 lakh Indian accounts in May. Meta-owned WhatsApp declares that it has banned over 18 lakh Indian accounts in May, this year as per the new IT Rules 2021. In the month of April, the platform had received 844 grievance reports from Indian users out of which 123 were being “actioned”. Lenskart acquires Owndays with USD 400 million. Japan’s SoftBank backed omnichannel eyewear retailer Lenskart has made an acquisition deal with Japan’s D2C eyewear brand Owndays with USD 400 million. As per the conditions, Owndays’ majority shareholders L Catterton Asia and Mitsui & Co, Principal Investments will sell stakes to Lenskart. GetVantage raises USD 36 million from a funding round. RBF platform GetVantage has raised USD 30 million funding from Varanium Nexgen Fintech Fund, DMI Sparkle Firm, Chiratae Ventures and Dream Incubator Japan. 

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