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Cyberattacks in Malaysia have increased dramatically over the past decade. In 2015 alone, CyberSecurity Malaysia received 9,915 reports on cyber-related incidents.
Local ICT security solutions companies in Malaysia are often lured by the bright lights of international expansion and by the vision of vast untapped markets overseas. Most seek to gain a strong foothold in both the domestic and international markets. Unfortunately, not all are successful.
The world of cybersecurity has certainly transformed in the past decade. Demand for cyber security professionals has skyrocketed as a result of the rising number of cyber threats and surge in hacker activity.
Businesses in Malaysia will soon face a new but challenging era in information technology — The Internet of Things (IoT).
Students need to start coding young as we need more talents moving forward.
CyberSecurity is using its expertise in security and forensics to expand its services to the masses.
MCMC (Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission) is investigating online reports that link the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) with purchasing spying tools from Italian-based security firm, Hacking Team.
Everything we do on the Internet – making travel plans, keeping in touch with our relatives or seeing what our friends are up to on Facebook – leaves a trail of information about our location, finances and relationships.
Forty percent of Malaysian school children don’t know how to protect themselves online from threats such as cyber-bullying, cyber-grooming and cyber-stalking.
In a virtual world where everyone is a target, how can companies build trust with consumers?