Author: Gabey Goh

Security conference to shine spotlight on risk and compliance
Cyber Security Malaysia has launched the Cyber Security Malaysia Awards, Conference and Exhibition (CSM-ACE) 2012, set to take place from Nov 6-7, in conjunction with the World Innovation Forum Kuala Lumpur (WIFKL) 2012.
Dear Microsoft … Y U NO Xbox?
After 10 years, Microsoft's gaming console Xbox is still not officially available in Malaysia, and the longstanding reason of 'high software piracy rates' no longer holds as much weight. In fact, it doesn't wash at all, writes DNA editor Gabey Goh.
Offiria’s mission to kill internal email
Malaysian-made Offiria is an enterprise social networking platform built by the team behind JomSocial and is on a mission to kill off internal email communications in companies.
Pinkie Pie pwns Google’s Pwnium 2 challenge
Security researcher Pinkie Pie nets US$60,000 for Chrome exploit and Google says a patch closing the exploit was released less than 10 hours after Pwnium 2 concluded.
The dog days are over: Mozilla puts users center-stage
Lucas Adamski, Mozilla Corporation’s director of Security Engineering will be in town for HITBSecConf this week and talks to Digital News Asia about putting users first when it comes to online identity managment.
To NFC or not to NFC
Charlie Miller, a principal research consultant for Accuvant Labs set a lot of tongues wagging at the Black Hat conference earlier this year and he'll be in town for HITBSecConf to talk more about his work in NFC security.
Microsoft renews vows with Malaysia
Microsoft Malaysia celebrates its 20th anniversary in the country with a reaffirmation of its commitment to the market and its biggest product refresh to date.
g|Malaysia hits town, with mission to 'lift the ecosystem'
The first g|Malaysia conference has kicked off with an expanded focus on developers, marketers and business owners. DNA speaks to Sajith Sivananthan, Google Malaysia country head about the company’s hopes for the local technology eco-system.
The tale of two laws: Section 114A and the PDPA
The differing speeds of two laws being passed - the PDPA and Section 114A - reveals much about the nation’s priorities. Instead of focusing on making it easier to lay criminal charges for libelous comments online, there are bigger fish to fry, such as affordable broadband for all, writes DNA editor Gabey Goh.
Windows Server 2012 makes Malaysian debut
Microsoft Malaysia has announced the general availability of Windows Server 2012, the latest version of its server operating system (OS) and successor to Windows Server 2008.
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