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Big increase in cyber crimes

KUALA LUMPUR: There has been an increase in cyber crimes in Malaysia over the last two years, more than 3,500 of them reported in the first three months of this year.


Cyber crooks target gamers

SERI KEMBANGAN: Cyber crooks have now set up fake gaming sites to steal information from Internet surfers.


Drastic rise in cyber crimes

KUALA LUMPUR: Cyber crimes have drastically increased over the last two years, with more than 3,500 incidents reported in the first quarter of this year, almost the same figure for the entire 2009.


Looks like him but. . .

The emergence of a sex video allegedly featuring Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has had people asking if it is really him or a lookalike, or whether the video has been doctored.


Keeping kids safe on FB and other social networks

Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Friendster and Foursquare are all part of your child's vocabulary if he or she is in primary or secondary school now. How do you keep your child safe from predators, bullies and stalkers? ParenThots has 10 ways to make your child's social networking experience safer.


Mission to make the Net safer

KUALA LUMPUR: Microsoft Malaysia and CyberSecurity Malaysia have launched Safer Internet Month 2011 to create more awareness and promote safer and responsible use of online technologies and tools, especially among children and youth.


APCERT completes cybersecurity drill

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bThe Asia-Pacific Computer Emergency Response Team (APCERT) has completed its annual drill to test the response capability of leading Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) from regional economies.


E-banking scams on the rise

PETALING JAYA: Scams targeting electronic banking have increased drastically in the country, with the number more than doubling over the past year.


Rise in scams targeting e-banking accounts

PETALING JAYA: If you have an Internet banking account, like many do in this modern IT era, take immediate notice.


Victims of abuse can take action

ANYONE who finds their intellectual property - such as personal video and other content - is being shared without permission, can take action, particularly if it affects their privacy or confidentiality, says CyberSecurity Malaysia chief executive officer (CEO) Lt Col Husin Jazri (Retired).