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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).


Only add friends you know, says help centre

PETALING JAYA: CyberSecurity Malaysia chief executive officer Lt Col (Rtd) Husin Jazri has advised Facebook users to never approve a 'friend request' unless they know who the person is.


Our public private lives

Malaysians are certainly no wallflowers on Facebook and other social networking sites. From political views to sexual fantasies, many eagerly post personal details online without realising the dangers of oversharing their personal data.


Using fun to teach kids about cyberspace safety

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Instead of resorting to lectures and scary warnings, national cybersecurity agency Cybersecurity Malaysia decided to inject some fun into its CyberSAFE outreach programme that is mainly aimed at children.


Monitoring cyber threats

KOTA MARUDU: Thousands of schoolchildren and teachers are being taught how to use the Internet safely and ethically.


Nation needs more cybercops to virtually weed out hackers

KUCHING: More civil servants and personnel from the private sector need to be trained against cyber attacks.


Govt agencies taught to handle cyberattacks

b>SUNGAI BESI:/bThe National Security Council and Cybersecurity Malaysia are equipping the staff at government agencies with knowledge on how to deal with cyberattacks.


Info security plan for critical agencies

KUALA LUMPUR: All critical government agencies must obtain information security certificates by 2012 to ward off cyber threats and attacks, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz.


Need for BCM in public and private sectors

KUALA LUMPUR: The need to implement Business Continuity Management (BCM) in both the public and private sectors has become pertinent, says Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Fadillah Yusof.


Malaysia spearheads cybersecurity awareness among OIC member nations

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Malaysia is conducting the second part of a series of cybersecurity workshops in Rabat, in collaboration with Morocco's Ministry of Industry, Trade and New Technologies and supported by the Islamic Development Bank.