Author: Dzof Azmi

To inform or not to inform, that is the question
The leak of Astro customers' data has raised the issue of whether companies in Malaysia should be compelled by law to inform customers of personal data breaches.
Artificial Intelligence: So smart, it’s obvious
The push, and hype for Artificial Intelligence is finally maturing.
Visa turns a problem upside down to find malware
Digital payment giant’s strategy is to find breaches even before fraud is reported.
Uncertain what the future brings, Visa prepares to face all challenges
Digital payments giant is ‘device and tech agnostic’ in order to collaborate with everybody.
Digerati50: Building a talent pool with those itchy hands
Parlays experience as entrepreneur to stress need for more collaboration Ecosystem lacks those passionate about believing they can fix things  
ThreatMetrix: Cyber-attacks more complex, more frequent and global in nature
Overall attack rate grew 50% year-on-year, as the security company stopped 251 million attacks globally.
University Malaya team wins world’s first online academia datathon
Team Umalaya beat a total of 130 participants from 6 countries and 10 universities. Task was to analyse and build an AI decision-maker for cryptocurrency trading
Has cashless finally arrived in Malaysia? Not really
Table is set for e-wallets to grow, but appetite for physical cash is stronger.
Today’s encryption algorithms threatened by a quantum leap
Latest developments in quantum computing provide no solace to today’s cryptographers.
Face forward: The future of security in Malaysia
Auxiliary police will be equipped with body cams enhanced with facial recognition technology in what is touted as the first such project in the country.
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