Let's hear it for better cybersecurity

Bank Negara has directed Malaysian banks to move away from the less secure one time password authentication system in an effort to deter increasing cybercrimes. — Filepic/The Star

One thing that has changed since the Covid-19 pandemic is that my mother has started doing more shopping than she did before. Whether that is a good thing or not, I shan’t say. But she now owns a dustbin with a lid that opens when you wave at it, a motorised tin opener that can be operated one handed, and something to regulate water flow to her plants on the balcony.

What she bought perhaps doesn’t work as well as promised online. As they say, caveat emptor – buyer beware.

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