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Nationwide demand for cybersecurity professionals outstrips supply, and governments struggle to lure recruits able to net more lucrative salaries in the private sector.
With a yawning gap between vaccination rates in high- and low-income nations, Omicron could present a major problem for the world.
PETALING JAYA: The education sector is among the most vulnerable to ransomware threats globally, said Microsoft Malaysia national technology officer Dr Dzahar Mansor.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Facebook could be sued by consumer groups for privacy violations, an adviser to Europe's top court said on Thursday, in a German online gaming case that could pave the way for similar action across the EU.
Thailand's central bank on Wednesday warned companies about accepting digital assets as payment for goods and services, as more companies rolled out partnerships to accept major cryptocurrencies as payment.
Usim has launched an app built using blockchain that helps potential employers and interested parties to authenticate their graduates’ degrees.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia will continue slowing down the speed of Twitter on mobile devices until all content deemed illegal is deleted, state communications regulator Roskomnadzor told Reuters, as Moscow continues to make demands of Big Tech.
Concerned by the misuse of political advertising to undermine elections, the European Union on Nov 25 unveiled plans to help people better understand when they are seeing such ads online and who is responsible for them.