The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into effect on 25th May 2018, also affects Malaysian entities that process data concerning EU nationals.
As well as forecasting a 5.3% GDP growth for 2017, Malaysia’s National ICT Association, PIKOM, has announced new agreements - with CyberSecurity Malaysia, MATTA, and Fusionex - to help securely boost the national digital economy.
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Running behind on meeting the EU’s new GDPR privacy rules? These tools can help you meet the requirements and stay in compliance by deadline.
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Reminds banks to compete implementation of multi-factor authentication techniques for sensitive communications and/or high risk transactions.
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Digital rights group Access Now award Attorney-General for "failing to recognise the critical importance of encryption".
‘Conflicting demands for more and faster data-driven business value and reduced data driven business risk are the biggest issues for enterprises today,’ Praveen Kumar told Computerworld Malaysia.
However, only 28 percent of them received training for fintech and cybersecurity, according to The Hong Kong Institute of Bankers' Talent Development Survey 2017.
Not yet keen to regulate crowdfunding platforms operating in the country.
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RHB Islamic Bank becomes the first non-shareholder sponsoring bank of the Investment Account Platform (IAP) set up by a consortium of Islamic banks with the support of Bank Negara Malaysia.
MoFo lawyer Annabel Gillham explains how to ensure compliance with EU GDPR guidelines, and offers a checklist of what CIOs should be doing to prepare their organisations for the enforcement of incoming regulations.
[Updated] The Personal Data Protection Commission is seeking views on the proposed enhanced framework for collection, use, and disclosure of personal data, as well as mandatory breach notification.
Risk and regulatory executives from financial services sector in the region are more worried about their organisations’ ability to comply with upcoming regulations this year as compared to last year.
The two regulators will help fintech companies in Singapore and Denmark expand into each other’s markets.
Here’s how the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will change how companies process, store and secure EU customer data.
GDPR is a regulation that requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within EU member states. And non-compliance could cost companies dearly. Here’s what every company that does business in Europe needs to know about GDPR.