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1 IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, 19 Skyline Drive, Hawthorne, NY 10532 USA
2 IBM Global Business Services, PO BOX 31, Birmingham Road, Warwick CV34 5JL UK


Systems-on-a-Chip (SoC) are becoming increasingly complex, leading to corresponding increases in the complexity and cost of SoC design and development.  We propose to address this problem by introducing comprehensive change management.  Change management, which is widely used in the software industry, involves controlling when and where changes can be introduced into components so that changes can be propagated quickly, completely, and correctly.
In this paper we address two main topics:   One is typical scenarios in electronic design where change management can be supported and leveraged. The other is the specification of a comprehensive schema to illustrate the varieties of data and relationships that are important for change management in SoC design.


SoC designs are becoming increasingly complex.  Pressures on design teams and project managers are rising because of shorter times to market, more complex technology, more complex organizations, and geographically dispersed multi-partner teams with varied “business models” and higher “cost of failure.”

Current methodology and tools for designing SoC need to evolve with market demands in key areas:  First, multiple streams of inconsistent hardware (HW) and software (SW) processes are often integrated only in the late stages of a project, leading to unrecognized divergence of requirements, platforms, and IP, resulting in unacceptable risk in cost, schedule, and quality.  Second, even within a stream of HW or SW, there is inadequate data integration, configuration management, and change control across life cycle artifacts.  Techniques used for these are often ad hoc or manual, and the cost of failure is high.  This makes it difficult for a distributed group team     to be productive and inhibits the early, controlled reuse of design products and IP.  Finally, the costs of deploying and managing separate dedicated systems and infrastructures are becoming prohibitive.

We propose to address these shortcomings through comprehensive change management, which is the integrated application of configuration management, version control, and change control across software and hardware design.  Change management is widely practiced in the software development industry.  There are commercial change-management systems available for use in electronic design, such as MatrixOne DesignSync [4], ClioSoft SOS [2], IC Manage Design Management [3], and Rational ClearCase/ClearQuest [1], as well as numerous proprietary, “home-grown” systems.  But to date change management remains an under-utilized technology in electronic design.

In SoC design, change management can help with many problems.  For instance, when IP is modified, change management can help in identifying blocks in which the IP is used, in evaluating other affected design elements, and in determining which tests must be rerun and which rules must be re-verified. Or, when a new release is proposed, change management can help in assessing whether the elements of the release are mutually consistent and in specifying IP or other resources on which the new release depends.

More generally, change management gives the ability to analyze the potential impact of changes by tracing to affected entities and the ability to propagate changes completely, correctly, and efficiently.  For design managers, this supports decision-making as to whether, when, and how to make or accept changes.  For design engineers, it helps in assessing when a set of design entities is complete and consistent and in deciding when it is safe to make (or adopt) a new release.

In this paper we focus on two elements of this approach for SoC design.  One is the specification of representative use cases in which change management plays a critical role.  These show places in the SoC development process where information important for managing change can be gathered.  They also show places where appropriate information can be used to manage the impact of change.  The second element is the specification of a generic schema for modeling design entities and their interrelationships.  This supports traceability among design elements, allows designers to analyze the impact of changes, and facilitates the efficient and comprehensive propagation of changes to affected elements.

The following section provides some background on a survey of subject-matter experts that we performed to refine the problem definition.     


We surveyed some 30 IBM subject-matter experts (SMEs) in electronic design, change management, and design data modeling.  They identified 26 problem areas for change management in electronic design.  We categorized these as follows:

  • visibility into project status
  • day-to-day control of project activities
  • organizational or structural changes
  • design method consistency
  • design data consistency

Major themes that crosscut these included:

  • visibility and status of data
  • comprehensive change management
  • method definition, tracking, and enforcement
  • design physical quality
  • common approach to problem identification and handling

We held a workshop with the SMEs to prioritize these problems, and two emerged     as the most significant:  First, the need for basic management of the configuration of all the design data and resources of concern within a project or work package (libraries, designs, code, tools, test suites, etc.); second, the need for designer visibility into the status of data and configurations in a work package.

To realize these goals, two basic kinds of information are necessary:  1) An understanding of how change management may occur in SoC design processes; 2) An understanding of the kinds of information and relationships needed to manage change in SoC design.  We addressed the former by specifying change-management use cases; we addressed the latter by specifying a change-management schema.


This section describes typical use cases in the SoC design process.  Change is a pervasive concern in these use cases—they cause changes, respond to changes, or depend on data and other resources that are subject to change.  Thus, change management is integral to the effective execution of each of these use cases. We identified nine representative use cases in the SoC design process, which are shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1.  Use cases in SoC design

In general there are four ways of initiating a project: New Project, Derive, Merge and Retarget.  New Project is the case in which a new project is created from the beginning.  The Derive case is initiated when a new business opportunity arises to base a new project on an existing design. The Merge case is initiated when an actor wants to merge configuration items during implementation of a new change management scheme or while working with teams/organizations outside of the current scheme. The Retarget case is initiated when a project is restructured due to resource or other constraints.  In all of these use cases it is important to institute proper change controls from the outset.  New Project starts with a clean slate; the other scenarios require changes from (or to) existing projects.    

Once the project is initiated, the next phase is to update the design. There are two use cases in the Update Design composite state.  New Design Elements addresses the original creation of new design elements.  These become new entries in the change-management system.  The Implement Change use case entails the modification of an existing design element (such as fixing a bug).  It is triggered in response to a change request and is supported and governed by change-management data and protocols.

The next phase is the Resolve Project and consists of 3 use cases. Backout is the use case by which changes that were made in the previous phase can be reversed.  Release is the use case by which a project is released for cross functional use. The Archive use case protects design asset by secure copy of design and environment.


The main goal of the change-management schema is to enable the capture of all information that might contribute to change management

4.1     Overview

The schema, which is defined in the Unified Modeling Language (UML) [5], consists of several high-level packages (Figure 2).

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Figure 2.  Packages in the change-management schema

Package Data represents types for design data and metadata.  Package Objects and Data defines types for objects and data.  Objects are containers for information, data represent the information.  The main types of object include artifacts (such as files), features, and attributes.  The types of objects and data defined are important for change management because they represent the principle work products of electronic design: IP, VHDL and RTL specifications, floor plans, formal verification rules, timing rules, and so on.  It is changes to these things for which management is most needed.

The package Types defines types to represent the types of objects and data.  This enables some types in the schema (such as those for attributes, collections, and relationships) to be defined parametrically in terms of other types, which promotes generality, consistency, and reusability of schema elements.

Package Attributes defines specific types of attribute.  The basic attribute is just a name-value pair that is associated to an object.  (More strongly-typed subtypes of attribute have fixed names, value types, attributed-object types, or combinations of these.)  Attributes are one of the main types of design data, and they are important for change management because they can represent the status or state of design elements (such as version number, verification level, or timing characteristics).

Package Collections defines types of collections, including collections with varying degrees of structure, typing, and constraints.  Collections are important for change management in that changes must often be coordinated for collections of design elements as a group (e.g., for a work package, verification suite, or IP release).  Collections are also used in defining other elements in the schema (for example, baselines and change sets).

The package Relationships defines types of relationships.  The basic relationship type is an ordered collection of a fixed number of elements.  Subtypes provide directionality, element typing, and additional semantics.  Relationships are important for change management because they can define various types of dependencies among design data and resources.  Examples include the use of macros in cores, the dependence of timing reports on floor plans and timing contracts, and the dependence of test results on tested designs, test cases, and test tools.  Explicit dependency relationships support the analysis of change impact and the efficient and precise propagation of changes,

The package Specifications defines types of data specification and definition.  Specifications specify an informational entity; definitions denote a meaning and are used in specifications.

Package Resources represents things (other than design data) that are used in design processes, for example, design tools, IP, design methods, and design engineers.  Resources are important for change management in that resources are used in the actions that cause changes and in the actions that respond to changes.  Indeed, minimizing the resources needed to handle changes is one of the goals of change management.

Resources are also important in that changes to a resource may require changes to design elements that were created using that resource (for example, when changes to a simulator may require reproduction of simulation results).

Package Events defines types and instances of events.  Events are important in change management because changes are a kind of event, and signals of change events can trigger processes to handle the change.

The package Actions provides a representation for things that are done, that is, for the behaviors or executions of tools, scripts, tasks, method steps, etc.  Actions are important for change in that actions cause change.  Actions can also be triggered in response to changes and can handle changes (such as by propagating changes to dependent artifacts).

Subpackage Action Definitions defines the type Action Execution, which contains information about a particular execution of a particular action.  It refers to the definition of the action and to the specific artifacts and attributes read and written, resources used, and events generated and handled.  Thus an action execution indicates particular artifacts and attributes that are changed, and it links those to the particular process or activity by which they were changed, the particular artifacts and attributes on which the changes were based, and the particular resources by which the changes were effected.  Through this, particular dependency relationships can be established between the objects, data, and resources.  This is the specific information needed to analyze and propagate concrete changes to artifacts, processes, resources.

Package Baselines defines types for defining mutually consistent set of design artifacts. Baselines are important for change management in several respects.  The elements in a baseline must be protected from arbitrary changes that might disrupt their mutual consistency, and the elements in a baseline must be changed in mutually consistent ways in order to evolve a baseline from one version to another.

The final package in Figure 2 is the Change package.  It defines types that for representing change explicitly.  These include managed objects, which are objects with an associated change log, change logs and change sets, which are types of collection that contain change records, and change records, which record specific changes to specific objects.  They can include a reference to an action execution that caused the change

The subpackage Change Requests includes types for modeling change requests and responses.  A change request has a type, description, state, priority, and owner.  It can have an associated action definition, which may be the definition of the action to be taken in processing the change request.  A change request also has a change-request history log.

4.2    Example

An example of the schema is shown in Figure 3.  The clear boxes (upper part of diagram) show general types from the schema and the shaded boxes (lower part of the diagram) show types (and a few instances) defined for a specific high-level design process project at IBM.

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Figure 3.  Example of change-management data

The figure shows a dependency relationship between two types of design artifact, VHDLArtifact and FloorPlannableObjects.  The relationship is defined in terms of a compiler that derives instances of FloorPlannableObjects from instances of VHDLArtifact.  Execution of the compiler constitutes an action that defines the relationship.  The specific schema elements are defined based on the general schema using a variety of object-oriented modeling techniques, including subtyping (e.g., VHDLArtifact), instantiation (e.g., Compile1) and parameterization (e.g. VHDLFloorplannable ObjectsDependency).


Here we present an example use case, Implement Change, with details on its activities and how the activities use the schema presented in Section 4.  This use case is illustrated in Figure 4.

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Figure 4.  State diagram for use case Implement Change

The Implement Change use case addresses the modification of an existing design element (such as fixing a bug).  It is triggered by a change request.  The first steps of this use case are to identify and evaluate the change request to be handled.  Then the relevant baseline is located, loaded into the engineer’s workspace, and verified.  At this point the change can be implemented.  This begins with the identification of the artifacts that are immediately affected.  Then dependent artifacts are identified and changes propagated according to dependency relationships.  (This may entail several iterations.)  Once a stable state is achieved, the modified artifacts are Verified and regression tested.  Depending on test results, more changes may be required.  Once the change is considered acceptable, any learning and metrics from the process are captured and the new artifacts and relationships are promoted to the public configuration space.


This paper explores the role of comprehensive change management in SoC design, development, and delivery.  Based on the comments of over thirty experienced electronic design engineers from across IBM, we have captured the essential problems and motivations for change management in SoC projects. We have described design scenarios, highlighting places where change management applies, and presented a preliminary schema to show the range of data and relationships change management may incorporate.  Change management can benefit both design managers and engineers.  It is increasingly essential for improving productivity and reducing time and cost in SoC projects.


Contributions to this work were also made by Nadav Golbandi and Yoav Rubin of IBM’s Haifa Research Lab.  Much information and guidance were provided by Jeff Staten and Bernd-josef Huettl of IBM’s Systems and Technology Group. We especially thank Richard Bell, John Coiner, Mark Firstenberg, Andrew Mirsky, Gary Nusbaum, and Harry Reindel of IBM’s Systems and Technology Group for sharing design data and experiences.  We are also grateful to the many other people across IBM who contributed their time and expertise.







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Killexams : Smart Retail Market Summary By Forecast 2030 | CAGR of 26.5%

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Killexams : Synopsys Delivers 45-Nanometer Low Power Reference Flow for Common Platform Technology Validated with ARM Physical IP

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- June 9, 2008 -- Synopsys, Inc. (NASDAQ: SNPS), a world leader in software and IP for semiconductor design and manufacturing, today announced the availability of its RTL-to-GDSII low power reference design flow for the 45-nanometer (nm) Common Platform™ technology offering from IBM, Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd. and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. The reference flow, derived from Synopsys' tapeout-proven Pilot Design Environment, offers a comprehensive design implementation methodology that enables system-on-chip development teams to reduce power and cost while improving performance when designing with the Common Platform technology 45-nm process. The reference flow is built around Synopsys' Eclypse™ Low Power Solution incorporating Galaxy™ Design Platform implementation and signoff tools and the widely adopted Unified Power Format (UPF) language, using the latest technology files from the Common Platform foundries and ARM® Physical IP standard cells, I/Os, memories and the Power Management Kit for the CMOS11LP process.

"The industry continues to face low power design challenges that require leading companies to unite in providing proven methodologies and flows to optimize power management," said Tom Lantzsch, vice president of Marketing, ARM Physical IP Division. "The Synopsys reference flow, enabled by ARM Physical IP including the Power Management Kit, allows designers to easily implement power reduction techniques needed in advanced systems design."

The new low power reference flow takes chip designers through each step of the design process to optimize and implement highly complex 45-nm low power designs. The reference flow enables engineers to express low power design intent using UPF, while supporting detailed implementation and analysis with a full suite of tools from the Galaxy Design Platform, including Design Compiler® synthesis, IC Compiler physical design, DFT MAX scan compression, Formality® equivalency checking, Star-RCXT™ extraction, and PrimeTime® signoff. The reference flow automates and simplifies the adoption of advanced low power technologies and techniques including concurrent multi-corner multi-mode (MCMM) analysis and optimization, multi-threshold CMOS (MTCMOS) power gating, multi-threshold leakage optimization, power-aware placement and clock tree synthesis, and power-aware test techniques.

"Today's leading companies push the bounds of integration, power and cost in order to develop market advantage. The Common Platform is collaborating with Synopsys, a leader in electronic design automation, in the development of 45-nanometer optimized reference flows to support one of the most advanced process implementations available to designers today," said Kevin Meyer, vice president of Industry Marketing and Platform Alliances at Chartered, on behalf of the Common Platform technology alliance. "Expanding this joint effort to include low power Physical IP from ARM on 45-nanometer Common Platform technology demonstrates how innovative collaboration can benefit mutual customers."

"The 45-nanometer reference flow is the latest achievement resulting from the ongoing collaboration between the Common Platform companies, ARM and Synopsys," said Rich Goldman, vice president of Corporate Marketing and Strategic Market Development at Synopsys. "This collaboration by industry leaders allows chip designers to take full advantage of advances in Common Platform technology, Synopsys design tools, and ARM Physical IP to meet project requirements in a complete, consistent and validated design environment."

To learn more about how IBM, Chartered, Samsung, ARM and Synopsys are innovatively collaborating on a 45-nm low power reference flow design solution, visit the Common Platform partner booth #1341 and Synopsys booth #1349 to register to attend the 45-nm low power reference flow for Common Platform technology go-deep technical suite session at the 45th Design Automation Conference (DAC) in Anaheim, California, June 9 through June 12.


The reference flow is expected to be available in July 2008 at no charge to Synopsys customers and may be obtained by completing the request form at Supporting physical IP and technology files are available from their respective suppliers.

About Synopsys

Synopsys, Inc. (NASDAQ: SNPS) is a world leader in electronic design automation (EDA), supplying the global electronics market with the software, intellectual property (IP) and services used in semiconductor design and manufacturing. Synopsys' comprehensive, integrated portfolio of implementation, verification, IP, manufacturing and field-programmable gate array (FPGA) solutions helps address the key challenges designers and manufacturers face today, such as power and yield management, system-to-silicon verification and time-to-results. These technology-leading solutions help supply Synopsys customers a competitive edge in bringing the best products to market quickly while reducing costs and schedule risk. Synopsys is headquartered in Mountain View, California, and has more than 60 offices located throughout North America, Europe, Japan, Asia and India. Visit Synopsys online at

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Killexams : Blockchain Technology In Healthcare Market Set for Explosive Growth | Farma Trust (UK), SimplyVital Health, IBM (US)

The ‘ Blockchain Technology In Healthcare market’ research report added by Report Ocean, is an in-depth analysis of the latest developments, market size, status, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies, with key company profiles and strategies of players. The research study provides market overview, Blockchain Technology In Healthcare market definition, regional market opportunity, sales and revenue by region, manufacturing cost analysis, Industrial Chain, market effect factors analysis, Blockchain Technology In Healthcare market size forecast, market data&Graphs and Statistics, Tables, Bar &Pie Charts, and many more for business intelligence.

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The global blockchain technology in healthcare market size was US$ 591.9 million in 2021. The global blockchain technology in healthcare market is forecast to grow to US$ 76031.1 million by 2030 by registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 65.1% during the forecast period from 2022 to 2030.

Blockchain technology is characterized as a decentralized, distributed ledger that catalogues a digital asset’s provenance. It is known as distributed ledger technology, and it uses decentralization and cryptographic hashing to permanently and transparently record the history of any digital asset.

Factors Influencing the Market

Blockchain has a wide range of healthcare applications, which is forecast to drive the growth of the overall blockchain in healthcare market. In addition, the rising incidences of data breaches in healthcare are expected to fuel the growth of the market during the study period.

Blockchain technology is becoming more and more important in the healthcare sector. With the use of blockchain technology, numerous entrepreneurs have begun to address significant pain points in the healthcare sector. Due to the interest in technology, numerous governmental organizations are utilizing blockchain technology. Apart from that, rising government spending in healthcare is forecast to fuel the growth of the overall blockchain technology in healthcare market during the forecast period.

Growing investments and collaborations will also contribute to market growth. For instance, UnitedHealth Group, MultiPlan, Quest Diagnostics, and Humana joined forces with the aim to leverage the scope of blockchain in exchanging financial and other healthcare information securely. Thus, such strategies are expected to have a significant positive impact on the blockchain technology in the healthcare market during the study period.

COVID-19 Impact Analysis

Blockchain Technology has gained significant traction in the healthcare sector. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, various healthcare organizations adopted digital methods to cater to the demands. Moreover, healthcare data has grown steeply over the last few years, which is forecast to drive the growth of the blockchain technology in healthcare market.

Regional Analysis

Over the anticipated timeframe, North America will hold the highest share in the global blockchain technology in the healthcare market. The market growth is driven by the implementation of regulations in the region related to the safety of patient data and improving the quality of care. In addition, other factors like an increase in healthcare fraud incidents, a growing need to reduce rising healthcare costs, and a rising demand to safeguard medical data from tampering will drive the growth of the market.

The Asia-Pacific blockchain technology in the healthcare market will also record potential growth due to the rising contribution of government bodies. In addition, increasing digitization in the healthcare sector of the region is forecast to benefit the overall market during the study period.

Key Segments Studied in the Global Blockchain Technology In Healthcare Market

Competitors in the Market

  • Farma Trust (UK)
  • SimplyVital Health
  • IBM (US)
  • Microsoft (US)
  • Chronicled (US)
  • iSOLVE(US)
  • Hashed Health (US)
  • Patientory (US)
  • Factom (US)
  • Proof.Work (UK)
  • Blockpharma (France)
  • Medicalchain (UK)
  • Other prominent players

Market Segmentation

The global blockchain technology in healthcare market segmentation focuses on networks, Applications, End-Users, and regions.

Network Type Outlook

Application Outlook

  • Clinical Data Exchange & Interoperability
  • Claims Adjudication & Billing
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Clinical Trials & eConsent
  • Others

End-user Outlook

  • Providers
  • Payers
  • Biopharmaceutical & Medical Device Companies
  • Others
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Chapter 2, to analyze the Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;
Chapter 3, to display the Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of , Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, Export & Import, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;
Chapter 4, to show the Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);
Chapter 5 and 6, to show the Regional Market Analysis that includes United States, EU, Japan, China, India & Southeast Asia, Segment Market Analysis (by Type);
Chapter 7 and 8, to explore the Market Analysis by Application Major Manufacturers Analysis;
Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type, Market Trend by Application;
Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;
Chapter 11, to analyze the Consumers Analysis of Global Blockchain Technology In Healthcare by region, type and application;
Chapter 12, to describe Blockchain Technology In Healthcare Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;
Chapter 13, 14 and 15, to describe Blockchain Technology In Healthcare sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.


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Killexams : Data Of 26K Indian Websites Leaked In 2020 Amid Delays In National Cybersecurity Policy

According to CERT-In, 110 central ministry websites were attacked by hackers last year

A majority of attacks were carried out from countries such as Pakistan, North Korea, Russia

Indian companies witnessed an average $2 Mn total cost of a data breach in 2020, as per IBM report

Over 26,100 Indian websites were hacked in 2020 as per the data recorded by the state-owned Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In), the minister of state for electronics and IT Sanjay Dhotre informed the parliament on Thursday (March 18).

Dhotre also highlighted that 110 central ministry websites were hacked last year, along with 54 departmental websites and 59 state government websites. The source of the data was the state-run cybersecurity department CERT-In, which also reported that 17,560 websites were hacked in 2018 and 24,768 were hacked in 2019.

Commenting on the same, the minister added that attempts have been made to launch cyber attacks on Indian cyberspace from time to time. He noted that the attackers compromised computer systems from around the world by relying on masquerading techniques and hidden servers to anonymously attack a system.

“According to the logs analysed and made available to CERT-In, the internet protocol (IP) addresses of the computers from where the attacks appear to be originated belong to various countries, including Algeria, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Netherlands, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia, Serbia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, USA, Vietnam etc,” Dhotre elaborated.

He also noted that the government has undertaken several measures to prevent cybersecurity threats, including Cyber Swachhta Kendra (or botnet cleaning and malware analysis centre), formulation of cyber crisis management plan, and empanelment of security auditing organisations to support and audit the implementation of best practices.

It is important to note that the Indian government was expected to unveil an official cybersecurity strategy policy in January 2020. The most important requirement for cybersecurity is increased effective coordination between ministries that are overseeing various aspects of national security, including critical infrastructure protection and public-private partnerships, national cybersecurity coordinator on cyber policies Rajesh Pant had said in 2019.

According to a report by Mumbai-based cybersecurity firm Sequretek, India has seen a 4000% spike in phishing emails and a 400% uptake in the number of policy violations in 2020. Another survey by Barracuda Networks revealed that 66% of Indian organisations have had at least one data breach or cybersecurity incident since shifting to a remote working model during the pandemic.

Meanwhile, a report by IBM’s ‘Cost of a Data Breach Report 2020’ states that Indian companies witnessed an average $2 Mn total cost of a data breach in 2020, representing an increase of 9.4% from 2019.

Some of the prominent startups to have suffered data breaches in 2020 were BigBasket, Juspay, Unacademy, Zee5, LimeRoad, ImpactGuru and others. Besides this, data of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s website,, was also leaked in September 2020.

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Killexams : Abiodun’s Bid to Turn Ogun to ICT Hub

By Bolu Adeosun

When shortly on assumption of office, the Ogun State governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, unveiled the Ogun Job Portal to link youth in the state with opportunities in the job market, his objective was not just to fight the unemployment scourge. Unemployment being one of the most potent threats to Nigeria’s survival as a sovereign entity, any initiative aimed at addressing it would no doubt be welcome in Nigeria’s increasingly volatile space, but the governor’s aim was to let the state’s teeming youth see and key into the vast opportunities in the global digital space and to leverage on such opportunities for their future. In other words, the governor wanted them to have and to create jobs. Realising that the ICT revenue of a country like India is 20 times more than what Nigeria earns from oil, he declared that there could be no future without ICT. To manage the Ogun Job Portal, he brought on board no less a personality than Olalekan Olude, the co-founder of Jobberman Limited, the leading job site in sub-Saharan Africa; founding partner of the African Talents Company in South Africa, and co-founder and Executive Director at Rovedana Limited, a business process outsourcing company that provides employment to more than 2000 Nigerians across different industries and specialises in upscaling and placing them into employment with over 100 companies. The results have been phenomenal, and it can therefore not be surprising that in recognition of his pursuit of an ICT economy, using various initiatives which we shall mention shortly, the Daily Telegraph recently decorated the Ogun State governor as Governor of the Year in Digital Economy at a ceremony which took place at the Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos.

Among others, the organizers of the award noted the empowerment of youth in the state through the creation of the Ogun Tech Hub and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (Stem) Centre. At the centre, ICT experts and trainees deploy ICT gadgets as information technology prepares the ground for the pursuit of a digital economy. As experts have acknowledged, the centre provides fertile ground for tech-preneurs, tech-enthusiasts, innovators, creative and design thinkers, the academia and other stakeholder in the IT ecosystem to project innovative solutions to existing socio-economic issues in the state. As noted by analysts, the centre is home to the Bureau of Information Technology along with its partners in the tech space, namely 21st Century, OLARMS, Software Business Solutions Consulting (SBSC), Ogun Tech Hub Academy which has 3 sub-units viz-a-viz: Cisco Networking Academy, STEAMAcad, IBM Digital Nation Africa, Abocoders, Ogun Innovate, and GETFUNDEDAFRICA. For animation, electrical circuitry, robotics, coding and programming, capacity development on Cisco-certified courses, data analytics, on IBM-Digital Nation Africa platform, STEAM training, among others, the centre is the place to be.

As Governor Abiodun observed, the hub was conceptualised to make Ogun “the one-stop-shop for technological innovations across Africa where start-up companies will conveniently be set up. This step is firstly a result of the collaboration of tech enthusiasts and private sector players largely independent of our government.” It is an innovation hub that provides ideal conditions for entrepreneurs to collaborate, flourish and accelerate the growth of their businesses. The hub, using world class practices, tools, techniques and technology, has vital components, including the Ogun Technopreneurship Programme which has the crucial objective of nurturing high quality ideas in various industries to become tech-startups and Tech-SMEs. There is also the Ogun Innovate Startup meant to empower people in the state with essential skills needed to succeed in business, to create opportunities for entrepreneurs and to empower the unemployed.

There have been various training programmes at the hub, including EDMS training for technical support team and EDMS training for state officers from OGIRS. Capacity development has included ICT training in collaboration with Cisco Networking Academy; Cisco learn-a-thon cybersecurity training and cybersecurity training and STEM training for girls. Others include the Train the Teacher Python Programming and AI, admission and registration into the third cohorts with Aspilos’s Abocoders programme; ongoing collaboration with IBM on ICT digital toolkit for the 21st century, validation of e-government master-plan for Ogun State with the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), digital literacy gap-analysis subject to the mandate from South-West Digital Literacy Implementation Commission (SW-DLIC), Ogun Investment Summit-Roadshow, solution convergence workshop on SDGs, and ICT summer camp for primary and secondary school students.

Indeed, government digital platforms dot the Ogun landscape, whether you are looking at the Billing and Payment Management System (BPMS), Ogun State Electronic tax Management System, Ogun State Land Administration & Revenue management System (OLARMS), human rights complaint portal at the Office of the Governor; Human rights Complaint Portal, Collaborative workplace platform, or the Bureau of Lands. Doing business with all ministries has been digitized, together with the Ogun State Disability Agency, Ogun State Waste Management Agency, Ogun TechHub, the E-Document Management System and the Ogun State Health Insurance Agency, among others. Part of the government’s ICT strategy is to convert all the colleges built across the state’s 20 local government areas into technology hubs for young and aspiring technologists. And among others, there is the Adire Digital Market at the June 12 Cultural Centre, Kuto, Abeokuta, advocating the promotion of Nigeria’s indigenous fabrics to the world. Given the foregoing, it is no surprise that the ICT industry accounts for more than 21 per cent of Ogun State’s GDP. This is the reason Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said the state, with its massive investment in digital infrastructure, has been positioned to become a major global site in the emerging innovation economy.

Only in October, the Ogun State government reiterated its commitment to developing young innovators that would promote Nigeria’s digital economy. Governor Abiodun’s Special Adviser on Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Mr. Dayo Abiodun, while declaring open a training organised by the Bureau of Information Technology (BIT) in commemoration of the 2021 Digital Nigeria Day, said the objective was to develop secondary school leavers seeking admission into higher institution on a career pathway, help job seekers on how to be managers of the digital economy, and welcome ideas from young innovators which would help the state government in achieving its set goals on the digital economy. The Director, Information Technology (IT), Mrs. Olatundun Adekunle, said that the training was an opportunity for participants to acquire more knowledge and showcase new innovations that would boost the digital economy of the state. The government, she said, would pick the best among the participants, encourage them financially, and recommend to the public, private and international sectors that needed their services.

Given the foregoing, it is clear that the Abiodun administration is poised to make Ogun State an ICT hub, which is why his recognition as Governor of the Year in Digital Economy was so richly deserved.

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Killexams : Managed Security Services Market 2022-2030: Featuring Key Players AT&T, Cisco, Broadcom, IBM & Others

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Dublin, July 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Managed Security Services Market by Deployment Mode, Enterprise Size, Application, and Industry Vertical: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2030" report has been added to's offering.

The global managed security services market size was valued at $22.45 billion in 2020, and is projected to reach $77.01 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 12.8% from 2021 to 2030.

Increase in cybercrime activities, cost effectiveness, and stringent government regulations drive the global managed security services market. In addition, growing trend of mobile devices at workplaces and rise in electronic data fuel the market growth.

However, hesitation to share sensitive data restrict the market growth. Moreover, growing awareness about data security, growing importance of e-business, and demand of customized services is expected to offer remunerative opportunities for expansion of the market during the forecast period.

Key Findings Of Study

  • By deployment mode, the on-premise segment accounted for the largest managed security services market forecast period

  • Region wise, North America generated highest revenue in managed security services market size

  • On the basis of industry verticals, the BFSI segment generated the highest revenue in 2020

  • The key players profiled in the managed security services market analysis are AT&T Intellectual Property, BT Group, Broadcom, Cisco System Inc., Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., DXC Technology Company, SecureWorks Inc., Fortinet Inc., Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP, and IBM Corporation These players have adopted various strategies to increase their market penetration and strengthen their position in the industry


  • The study provides an in-depth analysis of the global managed security services market forecast along with the current & future trends to explain the imminent investment pockets

  • Information about key drivers, restraints, & opportunities and their impact analysis on global managed security services market trends is provided in the report

  • The Porter's five forces analysis illustrates the potency of the buyers and suppliers operating in the industry

  • The quantitative analysis of the market from 2021 to 2030 is provided to determine the market potential


  • AT&T Intellectual Property

  • Broadcom

  • BT Group

  • Check Point Software Technologies Ltd

  • Cisco System Inc

  • DXC Technology Company

  • Fortinet Inc

  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP

  • IBM Corporation

  • SecureWorks Inc

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Executive Summary

Chapter 3: Market Landscape
3.1. Market Definition and Scope
3.2. Key Findings
3.2.1. Top Investment Pockets
3.2.2. Top Winning Strategies
3.3. Porter's Five Forces Analysis
3.4. Market Share Analysis/Top Player Positioning
3.5. Market Dynamics
3.6. Covid-19 Impact Analysis
3.7. Competitive Heatmap

Chapter 4: Managed Security Services Market, by Application
4.1. Market Overview
4.2. Managed Ips and Ids
4.3. Distributed Denial of Services (Ddos)
4.4. Unified Threat Management (Utm)
4.5. Secured Information and Event Management (Siem)
4.6. Firewall Management
4.7. Endpoint Security
4.8. Others

Chapter 5: Managed Security Services Market, by Industry Verticals
5.1. Market Overview
5.2. BFSI
5.3. Healthcare
5.4. Manufacturing
5.5. Retail
5.6. It and Telecom

Chapter 6: Managed Security Services Market, by Deployment Mode
6.1. Market Overview
6.2. On-Premise
6.3. Cloud

Chapter 7: Managed Security Services Market, by Enterprise Size
7.1. Market Overview
7.1.1Market Size and Forecast, by Enterprise Size
7.2. Large Enterprises
7.3. Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

Chapter 8: Managed Security Services Market, by Region

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