Microsoft introduces Security Experts service for businesses
Microsoft has announced that it is offering new and expanded services for security under a new service category called Microsoft Security Experts.
DBS to help Singapore SMEs tackle cybercrime
DBS announced that it will be availing a complimentary cybersecurity training programme, whichthe bank claimed will help protect the 280,000-strong SME community in Singapore from the growing threat of cybercrime.
Cybercriminals targeting Mac users
Apple devices no longer safe against security breaches as new attack opportunities and threat vectors make Macs an easier target.
Online financial cybercrime victims struggle to recover lost money
Research from Kaspersky Lab reveals that over half (52%) of Internet users who’ve lost money at the hands of cybercriminals have only got some, or none, of their stolen funds back.
Mitigating cybercrime to combat security-breach domino effect
DDoS attacks are no longer ‘just an IT problem’ On-premise DDoS mitigation should be focused around a well-documented incident response plan
Cybersecurity: Why sharing is more than just caring
The global threat of cybercrime is too great for companies not to share threat information among peers, write Sean Duca and Mihoko Matsubara of Palo Alto Networks.
Partnership the key to combating cybercrime: Interpol
Interpol intends to keep up with the ever-evolving cyber-threat landscape, the Interpol Global Complex for Innovation’s director of cyber-innovation and outreach Dr Madan Oberoi tells Goh Thean Eu.
Barracuda, ReversingLabs, Telefónica, Zscaler join Cyber Threat Alliance
Barracuda Networks Inc, ReversingLabs, Telefónica, and Zscaler have joined the Cyber Threat Alliance, co-founded by Fortinet, McAfee Labs, Palo Alto Networks and Symantec, in the fight against sophisticated cyber adversaries.
Microsoft launches cybercrime centre in Singapore
Microsoft has officially launched its new Cybercrime Satellite Centre in Singapore, as a satellite extension of the Microsoft Cybercrime Centre in Redmond, United States.
Linguistics, technology and protecting your data
In today’s world, where technology is part of our daily lives, the field of linguistics has been thrown wide open, especially with increasing interest in the inter-related fields of natural language processing (NLP), machine learning and languages, and computational linguistics, writes A. Asohan.