Trend Micro Inc has announced a partnership with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations' agency for information and communication technologies, to support its Global Cybersecurity Agenda.
An extensive survey of nearly 10,000 Malaysian schoolchildren showed that most were aware of the importance of safe online habits, but did not know how to do so.
Teen and ‘tweens’ seem to have the upper hand over their parents, engaging in risky online behaviour while being savvy enough to hide it from their folks, according to a cyber-safety study by security solutions provider McAfee.
While more Malaysians are going online to get their news fix, few realize just how vulnerable they are to cyber-threats.
According to the annual Microsoft Computing Safety Index (MCSI), while 84% of Malaysians face multiple online risks, only 23% say they take proactive steps to help protect themselves and their data.
Kaspersky Lab is calling on Malaysian students from universities and other higher education institutions to participate in a research competition on cybercrime.
Sophos is warning Facebook users to be on their guard against unsolicited emails they might receive suggesting that someone has left an offensive comment about them on their wall.
As the Internet plays an increasingly prominent role in children’s lives, parents are getting increasingly worried about the ease with which undesirable content can be accessed online, security software company Kaspersky Lab said, citing the growing number of people activating the Parental Control component in its products.