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For US federal workers and IT teams who often handle sensitive data using outdated government systems and infrastructure, working from home brings new challenges – particularly as concerns are rising about cybersecurity attacks seeking to exploit the pandemic.
Global police body Interpol warned Aug 3 of an "alarming" rate of cybercrime during the coronavirus pandemic, with criminals taking advantage of people working from home to target major institutions.
Hong Kong police intercept HK$6.3bil scammed from victims of phone and Internet swindles over three years
Con artists targeting romance seekers, companies sourcing surgical masks and those eligible for government’s HK$10,000 handout. Anti-Deception Coordination Centre has already frozen HK$1.88bil of swindled money in the first half of this year.
The 2020 Steam Summer Game Fest begins with a 900-demo slate available until June 22 at 10am PDT (June 23, 1am, Malaysia). Here are nine to start with.
Top officials at the World Health Organisation are being targeted by hackers as they work on the global response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Hong Kong police intercept more than US$384mil swindled from victims of Internet and phone scams around world
Some money was frozen elsewhere in Asia and in Europe when anti-fraud squad sought help from overseas authorities through Interpol, source says. Insider warns the chance of recovering defrauded money depends on whether victims quickly realise they have been scammed.
European police chiefs have thrown their support behind British demands for technology companies to urgently transform how they operate to prevent access to child sex abuse, Britain's National Crime Agency (NCA) said on Feb 14.
Nissan's former Chairman Carlos Ghosn, who skipped bail in Japan and turned up in Lebanon, was last seen on surveillance video leaving his Tokyo home alone, presumably to board his getaway plane.
The international police organisation Interpol put off plans to condemn the spread of strong encryption after objections by tech companies and civil liberties advocates, according to two people familiar with the matter.
From online stalking to revenge porn, cases of digital sexual violence have spiked sharply in Singapore, women's rights campaigners warned on Nov 25 as they called for reforms to clamp down on the emerging form of crime.