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Huawei to boost its revenue with 5G rollout, IFC to extend helping hands to Vietnam tourism and more news

The last week observed a few ups and downs in diverse global industries. JSB Market Research’s new ThrowbackThursday series is a new weekly update for its readers. Now, get a closer view of the market every week! 

Saudi invites global official to probe into drone attacks 

The misery of Saudi Arabia’s drone attacks has shattered the world. The U.S is claiming allegations on Iran behind the attacks whereas Iran is contradicting the claim. Prima facie, Saudi alleges the use of Iranian weapons in attacks. UN and global experts are probing into the matter.

Huawei set to boost its revenue with 5G rollout

China’s telecom giant, Huawei will improve its revenue in the upcoming year. Huawei has acquired more than fifty 5G commercial contracts, with maximum from Europe. The numbers are huge despite being banned by major markets such as Japan and Australia.

Type 31 frigate to be built by Babcock International

UK’s royal navy warship, Type 31 frigate will have a Danish design of Arrowhead 140, to be built by Babcock International. It will be the first non-British warship to enter service in the 2020s. The cost of manufacturing goes up to £250m. 

IFC extends helping hands to Vietnam tourism

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) will assist Vietnam by providing a loan of up to $87.5 million for developing tourism. The assistance will bring job opportunities in large numbers in the country. Some proportion of the loan will be dedicated to Laos too.

GE Healthcare receives FDA approval on artificial intelligence

FDA has approved a new X-ray device, named Critical Care Suite based on the mechanism of artificial intelligence. U.S based GE Healthcare’s device will lower the detection time of a collapsed lung. The device will be introduced in the U.S market in the upcoming year. 

 – Written by Supriya Khedekar

Business Writer


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Google and Mayo Clinic on new AI project, Business Ampverse with e-sport market players, and more news

The last week observed a few ups and downs in diverse global industries. JSB Market Research’s new ThrowbackThursday series a new weekly update for its readers. Now, get a closer view of the market every week! 

Business Ampverse with South Asian e-sport market players

The key players in the e-gaming and esports South Asian markets have come together to launch gaming and esports business Ampverse. The team shall also have strategic advisors such as Rob Gilby, Ex MD of Walt Disney of South East Asia. With this, the gaming industry in South Asia views better opportunities to capitalize on gaming’s growth at the global level.

Google and Mayo Clinic on a new AI project

With a ten-year-long partnership, Google and Mayo Clinic have come together with a goal to transform the healthcare institution’s uses of patient data, AI, and cloud-computing services across all its work from care delivery to product development. 

Chatbot for employees: The new trend! 

The chatbot industry is observing a new trend in the market. Unlike the chatbot service is famous for improving customer service experience, the new trend aims to penetrate chatbots for a better understanding of the employees and contributing to improving their performance. The trend in the HR field may encourage further research projects of technology integration. 

ROBO Pilot interacts with the aviation mission computer

The new ROBO pilot in the aviation industry interacts with an airplane. As it would get information and data from the Global Positioning System and SA sensor, the Robo-pilot would enable making automated flight decisions.

Iris recognition to reduce the presence of type II diabetes. 

Recent research has made it possible where the biometric accuracy of Iris recognition is reduced in the existence of type two diabetes. This has boosted further research and development in the Iris recognition industry. 

 – Written by Gauri Ludbe 

Business Writer


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Waste imports from west get unappreciated in SouthAsia, Smart Parking to triple its number globally and more news

The last week observed a few ups and downs in diverse global industries. JSB Market Research’s new ThrowbackThursday series a new weekly update for its readers. Now, get a closer view of the market every week! 

Challenges in database management systems could cost $2.5 for Australia

Australian market players may have to suffer due to increased challenges in maintaining data. Inefficient data management systems can cost them around $2.5 million annually and hence the industry demands further research and development to overcome the lows. 

Waste imports from west get unappreciated in SouthAsia

Locals from Southeast Asian countries like Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia oppose the imports of waste from western countries. However, this has also encouraged the demand for metal waste and recycling in Southeast Asia. The event will have an impact created on the Metal Waste and Recycling markets of SouthAsia. 

Multi-cloud users invite security trouble 

Increased cloud data adoption has raised security concerns among market players. SaaS security becomes a concern when multi-cloud users have to maintain large systems. A recent research report tried to find the key insights into the SaaS security industry at the global report which reported present challenges the industry may face in the upcoming future. 

Smart Parking to triple its number globally

Recent research projected the number of on-street smart parking spaces to get tripled. The massive response received for smart parking will reflect in the next decade. The global smart parking industry will thrive with metros around the world will viewing the increased demand. 

North America again dominates the plant protein industry 

North America region has a robust dominance in the plant protein market in the year 2018. The global industry may view the North America region continuing its influence in the plant protein markets. 

 – Written by Gauri Ludbe 

Business Writer


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Finance industries face most Cyber trouble, California powers FCV with 40 new hydrogen fuel stations and more news

The last week observed a few ups and downs in diverse global industries. JSB Market Research’s new ThrowbackThursday series a new weekly update for its readers. Now, get a closer view of the market every week! 

Subsea 7 gives a push to its new oil and gas projects 

Subsea 7 plans to continue its Engineering Conversion Program. The company invests in skilled engineers for building new careers in subsea oil and gas industry. The new project installation engineers will be given the responsibility for the delivery and execution of its upcoming ventures. 

California powers FCV with 40 new hydrogen fuel stations

Forty new Hydrogen Fuelling stations in California encourage fuel cell viability with its active presence. Fuel Cell Vehicles owners driving from San Diego to Lake Tahoe now will not lose out of hydrogen fuel as the new stations get them covered. It has encouraged other regions in the states to push forward hydrogen fuel stations sooner than later. 

Finance industries face most Cyber trouble 

Recent cybersecurity research reports found that there’s more threat of cybersecurity in the financial industries. For finance institutes, brokerage firms and other banking organizations, SQL injection attacks, Ransomware, and cross-site scripting are said to be the highest expected threats. 

US Trade War to affect medical device technologies market 

The medical devices market feels the heat on an international level due to the US trade war with China. Though the latest innovations in the technologies of medical devices such as 3D biopsies, improved CMR surgical has big promises, the trade war hampers its global growth. 

Saudi Arabia emerges as the largest outbound travel market

As per the recent Saudi Arabia outbound travel and tourism report, the residents of Saudi Arabia are the biggest spenders when it comes to traveling abroad. For Saudis, UAE, Bahrain, and Jordan are the top destinations for traveling. 

  – Written by Gauri Ludbe 

Business Writer

Data security in a healthcare organization

Is Cyber Security a real concern in the Healthcare Industry? Here’s Why

IMPACT OF DIGITALIZATION 

Digitalization has revolutionized the healthcare industry as much as any other. There has been a sharp increase in conversion of  business processes into digital form. These processes include the storage and processing of huge amount of data related to the consumer’s identity, personal information, medical history etc. 
Before technology took over, the healthcare industry was also supported by paper backed storage systems. But paper backs went out of use and was replaced by technology where information was stored in the form of bits.
Data security in a healthcare organization refers to the security measures taken to protect sensitive data available with the healthcare industry in the form of names, addresses, phone numbers, medical details etc. from cyber attacks. 

DATA SECURITY

With more and more use of technology backed business processes it became necessary to protect the information available in digital form. That is where data security comes into play. 
Data security refers to a set of standards and technologies that protect data privacy from intentional or accidental destruction, modification or disclosure. Data security can be applied using a range of measures and technologies, including administrative controls, physical security measures, logical controls, organizational standards, and other safeguarding measures that limit access to unauthorized or malicious users or processes.

Data Security Challenges in the healthcare industry

Securing data is not an easy task. A few challenges faced while ensuring healthcare data security are as follows:

Single layer protection Using single layer protection proves to be insufficient for protecting huge amount of data.

Difficult to keep up with demand Due to the creation of a large number of spontaneously  growing non-relational databases, security solutions are not able to keep up with the rapidly growing demand. 

Special care needed for large data When large data is involved additional security measures need to be taken to store and process the data safely

Insider leaks It becomes a difficult task to monitor insider leaks. In this case the executives who have access to the data misuse it to mine data

Mistaken Beliefs causing ineffectiveness There exist too many myths with regard to data security that weaken the effectiveness of security measures and makes data vulnerable to attacks. Some of these myths are – Maximum breaches are done by hackers, this is untrue, most of the breaches are done by insiders.

Complexity of data security systems The internet gives a platform to a complex computing environment where sensitive data faces many different types of security threats. The complexity of the system needs to be matched in the security measures also.
Healthcare data security challenges are complex and many in number. It requires up to date counter measures to keep in check.

Significance of data security in healthcare

Healthcare data security threats are the reason why data security holds such importance in the healthcare industry.  The potential consequences of data breaches are disastrous to the right to privacy of individual consumers. Identity theft is a common result of such breaches. There are other negative consequences including reselling of personal information in the stolen data black market. The identity may be stolen for various reasons like targeting sensitive medical information to influence individual’s probability to fall for internet frauds and schemes.

Growth Prospects ofcybersecurity in Healthcare industry

For the cybersecurity industry, there is no looking back. The trends in the last decade show exponential growth in the cybersecurity industry.
Similarly Cyber security is growing in the healthcare industry by leaps and bounds. Moreover there is no slow down or stop being predicted in the next decade as well.  With technological advancement in the healthcare industry the relevance of data security will become of acute importance.

Measures that can be taken in preparation against cyber threats

There are several data security measures in healthcare that can be taken to increase preparedness by the healthcare organizations.Some basic but essential measures include:
Establish strong passwords to ensure it can’t be easily guessed,Set up a firewall,Think of antivirus protection as many latest antivirus softwares are available in the market,Updating is important to stay up to date with the most recent technology ,Secure every laptop,Secure mobile phones, Schedule backups  Monitor steadily, Be smart with emails and surfing the web,Educate your employees about Data Security and create awareness about the threats faced by sensitive data.

Latest News about data security in the healthcare sector

Data Breach in Missouri 

Lawsuit filed by patients against Missouri University Healthcare for data breach of 14 thousand patients.

Experts concerned over data security with AI Healthcare

UK boosts funding for AI in healthcare: Experts convey concerns about data security.Know more about the risks related to AI in our blog Automated Cybersecurity : AI has a long way to go!

Throwback Thursday Independence day special 15th August 2019

Unlike the usual ThrowbackThursday, this week’s Throwback is exceptionally special for JSB Market Research. As 15th August 2019 leads India to 73rd year of Independence, this week’s ThrowbackThursday is dedicated to every Indian freedom fighter who contributed to making India an Independent nation.

1857 Revolt:

This is known to be the first revolt against the East India Company, the first war of independence. Though the revolt failed, its impact on Indians suffering from British rule was intense as it gave them hopes of home rule. Additionally, it put fear in the mind of British rulers. 

Partition of Bengal:

Announced on 19 July 1905, the partition of Bengal separated the largely Muslim eastern areas from the largely Hindu western areas. While India was on a rise of unity awakening, the partition of Bengal brought many Indians together to fight against Lord Curzon and British rule. The event left the Bengal streets full of Bande Mataram echoes. 

Azad Hind Fauj:

Azad Hind Fauj was formed with an aim to secure Indian independence from British rule. The army played a crucial role in the WW2 and rightfully channelizing the outrage against British order.  The Fauj had around 45,000 soldiers, including a number of prisoners of war and Indians who were settled in various countries of south-east Asia.

The entry of non-violent freedom fighters:

The era of non-violent freedom fighters is considered to be an important one with some of the major contributing events such as quit India movement, salt march, Satyagraha Movement. It brought Indians together on a large scale and showed a unified India before the British rule. 

1947 independence:

With continuous revolts and movements taking place across India, freedom fighters weakened the hold of british rule, eventually making them leave after world war two. With immense efforts by thousands of people across the nation, India is living 72 years of its independence. India continues to thrive in a self-governed economy. 

Thought the aforementioned are some of the key movements that had a major contribution to India’s independence history, there were several other revolts and movements which cannot go ignored. 

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New regulations for deep sea mining, Hyundai introduces car with solar panel roof and more news.

The last week observed a few ups and downs in diverse global industries. JSB Market Research’s new ThrowbackThursday series is a weekly update for its readers. Now, get a closer view of the market every week! 

Regulations to be set by 2020 for deep sea mining: 

Owing to the increasing demand for metals in batteries, the potential of opening deep-sea mining continues to thrive in a controversial market landscape. The last week received added criticism to the deep-sea mining industry. However, as per the recent research reports, the theoretical regulations for the international deep-sea mining will be taken seriously owing to the new technology from many terrestrial mines. 

“TYS” a new blockchain application in supply chain 

IBM soon to have a tie-up with Chainyard for a new product, TYS offering it to a prominent list of clients. The list will include Vodafone, GlaxoSmithKline, Cisco, and Anheuser-Busch InBev. The new blockchain application in the supply chain is expected to have a smooth and transparent verification network.

Hyundai introduces car with solar panel roof

Sonata Hybrid, Hyundai’s new launched car has solar panels to help charge its battery. Additionally, Tesla also expressed its interest in exploring solar panel roofing in vehicles. The last week was certainly for solar vehicles market at the global level. With this, the global solar vehicle industry is projected to have a healthy CAGR of more than 36% by 2026. 

Endoline Machinery and FANUC partner up for new projects: 

The paper printing Endoline Machinery has launched a sister company and formed a strategic partnership with FANUC.  To emphasize on the robotic palletising equipment, the duo sees a progressive period ahead with their new projects in the robotics in paper, printing industry. 

The demand for endoscopy visualization systems on rise 

Market research conducted in the last week observed massive growth potential in endoscopy visualization systems. Owing to the increasing demand for EVS, researchers project a better future for the global industry. 

  – Written by Gauri Ludbe 

Business Writer


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Healthcare market explores extended reality, ‘Cool’ smart coatings for roof technologies, and more news

The last week observed a few ups and downs in diverse global industries. JSB Market Research’s new ThrowbackThursday series is a weekly update for its readers. Now, get a closer view of the market every week! 

Spendings double up in the future global cloud service market:

As per technology market research, Australian organizations gain A$9bn in productivity benefits from the cloud. Technology market research suggests such The worldwide spending in the cloud professional services market is likely to double by 2023.

US encourages sports medicine through new centers: 

While New York Sports Medicine Institute announced comprehensive care for athletes, the US sports medicine market is observing an increase in the number of sports Medicine and Performance Centers, the latest being in Colorado. As per healthcare market research, this will encourage development projects in the global sports medicine industry. 

‘Cool’ smart coatings for roof technologies: 

As per chemical market research, new roof technologies use phase change material (PCM) and smart coatings and surfaces that will selectively reflect and absorb heat. Smart coatings market may see more such developments in the upcoming years that will boost the overall market growth. 

New improved treatment for IPF reduces suffering and costs:

A new clinical model is expected to address terminally ill idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis patients by decreasing suffering and costs, according to pharmaceutical market research. It is considered to be an emerging innovation in palliative care. 

Healthcare market explores extended reality

The extended reality, a single healthcare platform may show a combination of different technologies for providing specific health benefits. As per recent market research, AR and VR  will grow at a CAGR of 36.35% by 2025 and it will boost its application in the healthcare industry.

  – Written by Gauri Ludbe 

Business Writer

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A low week for Kajaria Ceramics, Volkswagen adheres to CNG and more news

The last week observed a few ups and downs in diverse global industries. JSB Market Research’s new ThrowbackThursday series a new weekly update for its readers. Now, get a closer view of the market every week! 

Uber is optimistic with Urban Air Mobility

As Uber enters the urban air mobility market, it plans out new strategies to make money from its ventures. With this, the UAM industry is likely to become competitive in a few years. Recent logistics market research reports value the market around USD 5.25 billion in 2018 with a growing CAGR of 11.34% over by the end of 2026. 

A low week for Kajaria Ceramics 

Despite the ceramic markets view greater growth, the last week for Kajaria Ceramics wasn’t a great one with a 9.14% fall in its price. How does the company plan to bounce back in the global advanced ceramics market poses a question. The latest global materials market research reports suggest bio-Ceramics will be the largest segment for ceramics in the next few years. It will be interesting to see how marketers plan to take it ahead in the industry.

Volkswagen adheres to CNG amidst electrified automotive industry 

Although the automotive industry observes big talks of advancing electrification of fleets, Volkswagen Group sticks to CNG. The company pushes new projects with CNG as an alternative for decarbonizing road transport. The Volkswagen swot analysis 2019 analyzes the factors influencing the company’s strategies and plans more details about its widened product range. 

Revlimid comes up in the Oncology blockbuster drug list

Revlimid, the thalidomide analog has come up in the list of Oncology Blockbuster Drugs Market with its annual sales increasing with 18.3%. As per the recent pharmaceuticals market research reports its sales had reached $9.685 billion in 2018. 

Nokia boosts IoT for Agri-tech

With its Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING), Nokia works on a smart agri-tech program in Algerian smart agriculture industry. The program with offer data to Algerian farmers which will eventually help them gain better yields. This is one of the projects with new technology in agriculture in 2019. 

  – Written by Gauri Ludbe 

Business Writer


Autonomous Vehicles Explore Off roads, India tops global port projects & more news

The last week observed a few ups and downs in diverse global industries. JSB Market Research’s new ThrowbackThursday series a new weekly update for its readers. Now, get a closer view of the market every week! 

Global Semi Fully Autonomous Vehicle Market

The potentiality of semi and fully autonomous cars are being tested around the world. With this, the demand for autonomous vehicles has encouraged market development and growth. 

The last week explore the future of autonomous vehicles on to farms, construction sites, and mines. 

2018 Global Cream cheese Industry

As food industry experiments with various local and international cuisines, it boosts the demand for the cream cheese industry. The cheese process industry is taking a global shape as new international ventures join the global market. 

Global Port Construction Projects

India tops with global port construction projects. The present port construction projects valued at $39.4 Billion, countries like India, Iran, US are becoming some of the major contributors of the global port construction market

Global FPSO Industry

More than 60 planned and announced FPSOs are expected to start operations globally by 2025. It will be interesting to see how the FPSO industry will take shape shortly. 

Global Jet Fuel Oil Market

Recent research and developments are likely to explore the projects of carbon-negative jet fuel oil. This will bring about a new turn in the already growing global jet fuel oil industry.

  – Written by Gauri Ludbe 

Business Writer