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The number of cybersecurity incidents continues to rise this year, with top threats being fraud and intrusion. It’s also becoming more common for organisations and companies in Malaysia to fall victim to ransomware attacks in the virtual world.
With cyber attacks on companies becoming more common, even the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) has not been spared.
LONDON: Central bankers worldwide are weighing the probability of higher inflation. Consumers around the world say they are already feeling the pinch.
Hackers breached the United Nations’ computer networks earlier this year and made off with a trove of data that could be used to target agencies within the intergovernmental organisation.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/Asia News Network): As more Filipinos embrace digital transactions due to the lingering pandemic, they should take extra precautions to protect themselves against online fraud and cybercrime to prevent the loss of their hard-earned money.
Teenagers and young adults – those who are considered “Gen Z” – are also falling for online scams at a higher rate than seniors, according to a new study conducted by SocialCatfish.com, a California-based social media investigation service.
The affordability of smartphones and data tariffs has led to ever-increasing adoption of the digital medium over the past couple of decades – a trend that has been accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, as the number of productive uses of digital platforms increased, so has the number of online threats.
SIBU: A single mother in Bintulu has been cheated of almost half a million ringgit in an investment scam.
As ransomware attacks increase, experts urge victims not to pay up as that would only embolden cybercriminals.
Drive-by attack victims are initially lured into visiting infected websites through hidden links, text messages, emails, and other ways.