Malaysia's Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism (MDTCC) has successfully raided a syndicate for selling counterfeit Microsoft products, complete with fake certificates of authenticity.
Why the 4th industrial revolution is seeing 'an unprecedented increase' of cyberattacks: Malaysia industry interview
With his cybersecurity hat on, Dell EMC's Saravanan Krishnan details some solid strategies to better protect business-critical data from cyberattacks.
Announces new framework set to reduce the complexity of blockchain development.
Reports to AUSTRAC disabled after software update.
The move comes after the central bank's announcement that it will regulate the offer or issue of digital tokens in Singapore if the digital tokens constitute products regulated under the Securities and Futures Act (Cap289) (SFA).
CUA, Travelex, Queensland Police and Airtasker first to sign up to Digital iDTM platform.
The Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI) and Mastercard co-host a two-day cyber breach prevention event in Kuala Lumpur.
Aims to guide organisations through its digital transformation.
More than three in 10 smartphones in the country were infected with malware last year.
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.
Bitcoins withdrawn from wallets linked to ransomware.
Speaking to Computerworld Malaysia, digital security specialists said the HBO hack, which is turning out to be much more than the leaks of a few unaired TV show episodes, presents some urgent lessons.
Human beings are continually looking for knowledge or information to improve the situations they are in, said Fortinet's Michelle Ong.
In a Computerworld Malaysia interview, visiting security research scientist Chester Wisniewski takes a look at how simple it has become to set up an enterprise as an online criminal and offers an urgent takeaway for business leaders.
However, Singapore ranks sixth out of the 15 nations surveyed, with companies reporting high performance in 37 percent of the 33 cybersecurity capabilities.
Filipinos worry about unauthorised access to or misuse of their personal information.
Even though they know that their national government has implemented more internet-related policies, regulation or laws in the past year.
In Malaysia, worries about cyber threats overtake physical concerns for the first time: Unisys Index
The Malaysian public’s concern about security issues is the highest it has been in the last decade.
Even as the average number of security events dropped year-over-year, events that resulted in a loss or damage rose, and fewer companies reported no losses.
[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.