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Banks expected to screen customers before opening account

KUALA LUMPUR: Banks in Malaysia are expected to conduct a screening prior to on-boarding customers with banks to rely on an international database and an internal grey list to conduct such screenings.

CMCF to raise media literacy level across all segments

FOR 2017, Communications and Multimedia Content Forum (CMCF) of Malaysia extended its ongoing self-regulation campaign via the Di Sebalik Wajah initiative, launched last September, addressing online misconduct covering cyberbullying, rumour mongering and sexting.

Online content set to be reviewed

AFTER an earlier attempt to review the electronic network media content code was put on hold, the Communications and Multimedia Content Forum of Malaysia (CMCF) is optimistic it will, this time around, be given the green light by the relevant authorities.

Efficient E-Solutions goes into cyber security

Efficient E-Solutions Bhd has ventured into the robust cyber security business, leveraging on the growing cases of cyber crimes and online malicious threats in the region.

Combating cyber crimes

REPORTS on what is believed to be Malaysia’s biggest ever data breach first surfaced on online news portal Lowyat.net on Oct 19.

BNM Governor to open financial crime and terrorism financing conference

KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) Governor Tan Sri Muhammad Ibrahim will deliver the keynote speech at the 9th International Conference on Financial Crime and Terrorism Financing (IFCTF).

Cybercrime surge in Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: Cybercrime is growing in Malaysia, as statistics from CyberSecurity Malaysia show.

More stringent rules for online contents

THE content code for the electronic network media, which may encompass stringent requirements for certain contents distributed electronically, is targeted for revision by year-end or early next year, according to Communications and Multimedia Content Forum of Malaysia (CMCF).

Telco aims to provide safer connectivity for youth

Telenor Group is projecting that an estimated 500 million children in its emerging Asia markets will be accessing the Internet for the first time via mobile in the coming decade.

RHB backs similar NFA move to reduce fraud

KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Banking Group says it will support the setting up of an institution similar to UK’s National Fraud Authority (NFA), which has led to a significant reduction of fraud in that country.