CyberSecurity Malaysia (CSM) has proposed setting up a Cybersecurity Centre of Excellence and Malware Research Coordination Facility for Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) countries.
92 Malaysian companies have successfully obtained information security certificates from CyberSecurity Malaysia (CSM) as of Dec 31, 2014, the country’s national cybersecurity specialist agency said in a statement.
Malaysia drafts legislation based on the Budapest Convention, a ‘gold standard’ But still lagging in signing multilateral treaties, CyberSecurity Malaysia explains why
CyberSecurity Malaysia (CSM) announced that its annual conference this year will be held in Ipoh, Perak, from Nov 11-13. The theme is ‘Trusted and Secured Ecosystem.’
eBay has denied that data claiming to be from its database breach being offered online were legitimate accounts, but the fact remains that the leaked data contains details of over 10,000 Malaysian consumers. CSM said it is investigating this, reports Gabey Goh.
CyberSecurity Malaysia (CSM), an agency under Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI), recently partnered with Myung Information Technologies of South Korea (MIT Korea) and Myung Inovasi Terkini Sdn Bhd (Myung Malaysia) in the field of data recovery technology for its MyCyberSecurity Clinic.
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.
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.
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.
A young consultant has been scammed, and she’s just one amongst many. While the authorities and organizations concerned are aware of the on-going scam, they say they are hampered by the syndicate’s sophistication. Gabey Goh reports.