Collaboration is key in strengthening cybersecurity in Malaysia

  • TECH
  • Tuesday, 23 Apr 2019

(From right) Madhavan receiving one of the two awards from KKMM Secretary-General (Operations) Tan Chuan Ou and CyberSecurity Malaysia's Chairman of Board of Directors Tan Sri Datuk Sri Panglima Mohd Azumi Mohamed. — MOHD SAHAR MISNI/The Star

CYBERJAYA: Cybersecurity is important in the digital economy era and can be strengthened through collaborations among industry players, believes CyberSecurity Malaysia. 

As a starting point, the national cybersecurity body launched the CyberSecurity Malaysia Collaboration Programme (CCP), a public-private partnership that targets Malaysian registered companies that provide cybersecurity products and services, banding them to work together to deliver improved cybersecurity measures in the country. 

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