Experts at the Computerworld Singapore Security Summit highlight the current and upcoming cyber threats, and share tips on how to counteract them.
PIKOM Chairman Chin Chee Seong explains why Malaysia's National ICT Association has not received a single WannaCry report from any of its 1,000+ member companies.
Philippines’ central bank reminds financial institutions to have robust protection against ransomware
In response to the global WannaCry attacks.
Governments, vendors and user companies all can do more.
Chia Hock Lai, President, Singapore Fintech Association, highlights the areas in fintech that have critical implications on cybersecurity, at the Computerworld Singapore Security Summit 2017.
To give the wanawiki tool a fighting chance, though DO NOT REBOOT YOUR PC.
Researchers believe other attackers will start to exploit the same SMB flaw as the WannaCry ransomware
Fidelis Cybersecurity describes the new way Blackmoon was delivered to South Korean financial institutions and offers advice for preventing future attacks.
Deployed in the enterprise, blockchain can help track the origin of goods to ensure sustainable use of raw materials, verify provenance of intellectual property, and more
The consultation is open until 7 July 2017.
SingCERT is working with IMDA and local internet service providers to inform affected users and urge them to patch and clean their systems.
The general lack of such policies is a major security hole.
Using your voice for authentication is about to get more risky, thanks to voice-spoofing technology.
Last week’s big malware outbreak caused a lot of damage, but organisations that made good decisions ahead of time weren’t affected
Computerworld interviews former hacker turned financial services security consultant, Fong Choong Fook, who speaks about essential security procedures and warns about automated hacking trends on the horizon.
The first step is simple: Practise good cyber hygiene, says Sudhir Panda at the Computerworld Singapore Security Summit 2017.
DICT also urges netizens to take precautions as the department has yet to have an infrastructure that can protect the country from the ransomware.
The WannaCry ransomware is built with a shoddy payment process that might result in no response, according to security researchers.
(NEW OFFICIAL UPDATE 16/05/2017) CyberSecurity Malaysia gives an update of the latest reported incidents and updated advisory to system administrators.
Delivers fixes for XP, Windows 8 and Windows Server 2003 as ransomware crisis puts company in a tight PR spot