Author: Dzof Azmi
Malaysia faces escalating cybersecurity breaches and skills gap: Fortinet Survey
45% of respondents experienced breaches costing over US$1mil in past year No single org or entity can solve problem alone, vital role for govts to play Image source: 2023 Fortinet-IDC Asia Pacific SASE Survey
Indonesia-Malaysia Cross-Border QR Payment Further Strengthens Regional Payment Connectivity in ASEAN
Aims to promote faster, cheaper, more transparent, and more inclusive cross-border payments, particularly benefiting micro, small, and medium enterprises. Expected to strengthen economic ties between Indonesia and Malaysia, support a stronger post-pandemic economic recovery, and provide greater convenience for travelers.
Working with Crest, Wong Peng Wen aims to create a world-class RF ecosystem in Malaysia
Left role as head at Huawei's R&D Lab in Sweden, to 'do something for Malaysia' Help firms embrace RF technologies like 5G/6G and IoT, support value-added RF activities
Luno Malaysia Assures Customers Operations Remain Unaffected Following Parent Company Layoffs
Layoffs has not affected ops in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia "Important to reiterate to everyone that customer funds are safe"
DNB's 5G consultant: "EMIR has demonstrated that it does not understand how the SWN works"
Meticulously addresses criticisms by EMIR Research about DNB's 5G rollout Argue's proposals would lead to wholesale costs beetween 4 to 5 times higher
Epicor sees Malaysian manufacturing-based SMEs lagging regional neighbours in digitalisation
ERP is a fundamental first service to digitise, acts as the backbone. Change pushed by associations, govt, new gen of company leadership
Digerati50: Rickson Goh finds a detour for Tourplus
Having entrepreneur’s mindset since age 14 means not giving up so easily Expansion into the Chinese market delayed due to Covid-19 pandemic
KSK Land delving into AI and data
Designing properties using generative design & artificial intelligence Emphasis on using data to focus on what its customers really want
The Problem of Digital Rights: "We are still 30 years in the past"
Issue of Digital Rights yet to be clearly defined, says founder of The IO Foundation Technological innovation needed so govt policies can leverage on solutions
Principal Asset Management’s Munirah Khairuddin is thinking small, really small
Addressing the ‘artificial sense of financial literacy’ among Malaysians Thinking digital at every customer touch point, fastest way to reach them [Ed: Article has been updated for accuracy.]