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THERE should be more efforts to protect the community against cyberthreats and risks, including areas like online payments and personal data.
AS the world battles with Covid-19 infections, a highly skilled group of people have to deal with a different kind of virus.
LAST November, I attended the 8th Annual Women, Peace and Security Forum organised by the Inter-national Civil Society Action Network (Ican) in Oslo. Supported by the Norwegian Foreign Affairs Ministry, the forum looked at “Sec-uring the gains and strategising the future of the global women-led movement for inclusive peace and security”.
ADVANCEMENT in technology has made innovation more affordable and reachable to small businesses.
In a new video to promote STEM skills, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad learns coding from 10-year-old Microsoft Malaysia Ambassadors Chloe Soh Ke Er and Serena Zara Taufiq.
At PLUS Expressways Bhd’s headquarters at the Subang interchange, the company’s traffic-monitoring centre staff keep a round-the-clock watch on the traffic condition on its highways.
Plus Malaysia Bhd is planning to use artificial intelligence, big data analytics and the Cloud to better predict traffic congestion and monitor the safety of its highways.
PETALING JAYA: Plus Malaysia Bhd, the country’s largest expressway service provider, aims to tackle financial leakages worth RM2.7mil in annual revenue by incorporating more cloud-based systems into its operations.