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Cops receive report on identity of the men in Haziq sex video

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have received a report from CyberSecurity Malaysia on the identity of the two men in the sex video said to implicate a federal minister.

MyCERT: Online fraud is now rife

PETALING JAYA: Cases of online fraud is becoming rampant, making up nearly 70% of complaints reported to the Malaysia Computer Emer­gency Response Team (MyCERT) so far this year.

CyberSecurity Malaysia team wins Asean Capture the Flag competition

CSM Malaysian Computer Emergency Response Team scores first place, beating security experts from 10 Asean nations.

Love, a costly affair

PETALING JAYA: He was an attractive guy she met online, and they went for dinner.

Trust crucial for digital services

AS the usage of digital services increases, there is a need to address the trust gap between consumers and businesses to further support a digital-based economy, reveals a recent survey.

Popular email servers easy target for hackers

PETALING JAYA: Some 5,500 email servers in Malaysia are at risk of being hacked due to a vulnerability among servers without up-to-date software, according to a Malaysian cybersecurity company.

CyberSecurity Malaysia to provide technical expertise for sex video analysis

KUALA LUMPUR: CyberSecurity Malaysia (CSM) confirms it has received a request to provide technical assistance to authorities over sex video clips implicating a minister.

How to protect your child from cyberbullying

Being online is an inevitable part of life for today’s children, therefore, they need to be empowered to stand up and resist cyberbullying.

CSM: Malaysians ignore journalism, prefer social media, and are falling victim to fraud, fake news

PETALING JAYA: While Malaysians say they are concerned about the spread of fake news, many prefer to get their information via social media rather than genuine news sites, Bernama reported.

Experts: Deleting is not sufficient

CYBERJAYA: Those intending to sell their electronic devices, like smartphone and computer, are advised to send them to CyberSecurity Malaysia (CSM) for data sanitisation to avoid the theft of their personal data.CSM chief executive officer Datuk Dr Amiruddin Abdul Wahab said the move would help curb cyber harassment, as well as prevent them from becoming victims of exploitation by irresponsible quarters.