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Awareness leads to more reports on cyber security-related cases

Cases of cyber security-related issues reported to CyberSecurity Malaysia increased by 145% in the first six months of 2009 over the same period last year, due to rising awareness of criminal tactics and cyber threats among the public.

Be safe online

CyberSecurity Malaysia offers parents and children some tips for staying safe online.

25pc increase in cybersecurity ‘incidents’ reported (Corrected)

From Jan to May this year, 1,247 cybersecurity 'incidents' were reported to Cybersecurity Malaysia, a 25% increase from the same period last year.

Rep told to retract claims over funds

The Selangor Religious Council (MAIS) has threatened to sue Hulu Klang assemblyman Saari Sungib if he does not retract allegations that unspent funds amounting to millions of ringgit have been transferred out from the Selangor Tithes Board's (LZS) accounts, reported i>Berita Harian/i>.

4,000 complaints on cyber crimes in past two years

More than 4,000 complaints mostly concerning cyber crimes have been lodged with Cybersecurity Malaysia in the past two years.

More than 4,000 cybercrime cases reported in two years

More than 4,000 cyber complaints, mostly concerning cyber crimes have been lodged with Cybersecurity Malaysia in the past two years.

Raja Petra trial: Court rejects application to amend charge (Update 2)

The Sessions Court here rejected an application by the prosecution to amend the sedition charge levelled at Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Raja Kamarudin.

Malaysia Today controversy gets hotter (Update 4)

The Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (i>Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia/ior SKMM) was 'only exercising its power' when it ordered the 19 Internet service providers (ISPs) in the country to block the Malaysia Today website.

Lingam wants his own experts

Datuk V.K. Lingam wants the Royal Commission to call two of his experts to testify on the proper tools and methods used to authenticate video clips.

Lingam wants his own experts

Datuk V.K. Lingam wants the Royal Commission to call two of his experts to testify on the proper tools and methods used to authenticate video clips.