Telekom Malaysia'senterprise and public sector business solutions arm, TM ONE, sealed a memorandum of collaboration with CyberSecurity Malaysia to empower and strengthen the level of cybersecurity in Malaysia.
Cybersecurity Malaysia organises a cybersecurity training course for participants from the Asean and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation – Computer Emergency Response Team (OIC-CERT) member countries.
The council is a coalition of parties from the public and private sector across the region that has come together to address cyber threats and share best practices.
After a one-year hiatus, the summit makes a return on a virtual engagement platform, covering pillars including artificial intelligence, big data and cybersecurity.
Partnership will enable TM to offer global cybersecurity solutions in Malaysia, on top of developing and implementing global cybersecurity strategies.
The three parties have signed a MoU to establish the previously-announced 5G Cyber Security Test Lab.
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The first 5G Cybersecurity Test Bed in Southeast Asia is a collaboration between three parties, and is a vital part of Malaysia’s digital economy progress.
Collaboration with SOCSO cover up to RM4,000 per pax/course – under PENJANA Available to Malaysians registered with SOCSO Employment Insurance System