Only 19% of Malaysian consumers confident that businesses do enough to protect against cyber-attacks
How a business responds to cyber-attacks can impact consumer trust and affect brand reputation and long-term revenue.
Attackers are always going to find a new way to attack.
The Canadian company seems to have turned a corner, and John Chen is recognised as being the prime mover for having done so.
Funds will go towards improving the Singapore-based startup’s proprietary technologies, scaling business operations, and accelerating expansion.
Top-level executives, IT administrators and other authorised personnel cause 56% of incidents, cites InfoWatch.
CyberSecurity has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Australian Government’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT Australia) that it said would pave the way for more cyber-security collaboration between both countries.
More than 24 million home routers on the Internet have open DNS proxies which expose ISPs to DNS-based DDoS attacks, and the greatest concentration of such compromised routers can be found in Asean and China, said US-based Nominum.
Cyber Intelligence’s Sivanathan Subramaniam makes the case for a cyber range, a realistic environment that is used for cyber warfare training and cyber resiliency.
The Asia Pacific Computer Emergency Response Team (APCERT) has just concluded its annual drill to test the response capability of the leading Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) from Asia Pacific economies.
It was a week that was all about security, trust and standards in the online sphere – and quite a bit about the lack of all these when it comes to Malaysia, writes A. Asohan.