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There needs to be a law to compel Malaysian companies to disclose data breaches, especially when personal information has been stolen.
For Safer Internet Day, Malaysian agencies went with the theme of "Cyber Parenting – Cyber Resilient Families Begin With You" to educate parents so they can keep their family safe online.
The National ICT Association of Malaysia (Pikom) has signed an MoU (memorandum of understanding) with big data analytics solution provider Fusionex for it to train local talents in the area of Big Data.
The D-Link DIR-850L router, which is provided with some UniFi and Time high-speed broadband plans, has 10 security vulnerabilities.
Indonesian hacker group ExtremeCrew has responded to an oversight in the official souvenir booklet of the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games 2017, which carried the Indonesian flag upside down, by defacing 27 Malaysian websites.
Companies can also contact Pikom for advice on Wannacry, as the association has formed a security committee comprising major cybersecurity players.
Just imagine a world where billions of interconnected devices can communicate and share information with one another. This may sound like a typical scene from a sci-fi movie but in reality, we are actually witnessing the rapid proliferation of smart sensors, cameras, software, databases and massive data centres in an intricate world-spanning information fabric known as the Internet of Things (IoT).
In the digital era, the Internet unleashes a new world of extraordinary opportunities for our youths. Being connected not only enriches their lives, but significantly increases future prospects by widening horizons of knowledge.
As the world enters a new digital era, most of us would agree that cybersecurity is on the cusp of exponential growth, driven by the Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile communication.
Malaysian enterprises and institutions have a 33% chance of encountering Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs).