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Recognising security best practices

THE security industry and its outstanding leaders will take centre stage at the inaugural Malaysian Security Industry Excellence Award (MSIEA) 2019 next month.

Argentine bishop in Vatican investigated for alleged abuse

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - An Argentine bishop working in a top Vatican financial department is under preliminary investigation for alleged sexual abuse, the Vatican said on Friday, in what could become another setback for Pope Francis over sex scandals pervading the Church.

Pope to make Vatican changes in push for reform, transparency

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis will be making several significant changes in the Vatican in the next few weeks and months to bring in fresh faces with new ideas and promote others as part of his push for reform.

Putting the spotlight on cybersecurity

THE Internet is evolving fast and has helped to establish businesses, expand government services and keep us connected.

A crippling blow for Abu Sayyaf

KOTA KINABALU: The notorious Abu Sayyaf kidnap-for-ransom group has been dealt a crippling blow with many key leaders killed in the past month.

Esscom releases list of 23 wanted Filipinos

KOTA KINABALU: A list of 23 Filipinos, including the notorious leaders of the Abu Sayyaf militant movement, have been placed on the the Eastern Sabah Security Command's (Esscom) wanted list.

10,000 visit fourth edition of exhibition to learn about latest in security and safety devices

THE Security, Fire and Safety Exhibition and Conference South-East Asia (IFSEC SEA) kicked off its fourth edition at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

Vatican saw surge of suspicious financial activity reports in 2015

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Vatican received 544 reports of suspicious financial activity in 2015, nearly four times more than the year before, its financial watchdog said on Thursday, putting the increase down to better compliance, not more crime.

S. Lankan guards not first choice

KUALA LUMPUR: The Home Minis­try ruling to allow security guards from Sri Lanka to work in the country has been cautiously welcomed by the local security industry.