99% of all malware logs were generated by a single threat using UDP Many network administrators are unaware of what applications on their networks
One of Malaysia’s most successful tech-related exports has made its mark on the global stage and has an annual event that is on the calendar of some of the world’s leading researchers and experts in the subject.
Following the disclosure by online marketplace eBay this week that hackers had gained access to the personal data of customers, offers to sell the data have surfaced with a sample of 10,000 Malaysian accounts as proof, but the company denied this information was authentic.
AccessData has launched InSight Platform in Singapore, an advanced cybersecurity solution aimed at enabling enterprises to adeptly eradicate and resolve the rapidly accelerating volume of cyber-attacks and data incidents.
With the Heartbleed bug being touted as 'the biggest security threat the Internet has ever faced' to date, organisations around the world are racing to patch their systems and secure sensitive information from potential attack. In Malaysia, the situation is being monitored by the relevant government agencies with local companies urged to act fast. Gabey Goh reports.
Finnish software security solutions vendor Codenomicon, has discovered a serious Internet vulnerability dubbed ‘Heartbleed’ which potentially allows attackers to steal private encryption keys, session cookies & passwords.
WatchGuard Technologies’ Scott Robertson takes a closer look at what the industry knows so far about the Target data breach, and what we can learn from someone else’s painful experience.
Anticipating an exploding demand in the region for cyber-security solutions, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, the cyber-security arm of British multinational defence, security and aerospace company BAE Systems, is aggressively expanding its footprint in the region.
Search queries involving Malaysian domain names were poisoned this morning, leading visitors to temporary sites with a message from what appears to be a hacker protesting against the treatment of Bangladeshi workers in the country.
Large enterprises are increasingly paying more attention and pouring more money into cyber-security, but not all companies have the resources to do the same, especially SMEs, which is why Sophos introduced its security-as-a-service offering, writes Gabey Goh.