Indonesians are getting more comfortable with shopping online using their credit cards, which means putting their financial and personal data online – and this is only going to light up the eyes of cybercriminals, warned F5 Networks Indonesia.
Battle between FBI and Apple was just the start Malaysian Government yet to define its stance
Singaporean managed security services provider Quann seeks to bridge the divide between physical security and its cyber counterpart.
IBM executive security advisor Diana Kelley says that anyone can pursue a career in STEM-related fields, including women, and that they should ‘just do it.’
With Windows still holding a dominant desktop market share, Microsoft believes it has a view into security that no other vendor has, and can muster resources others lack, writes Benjamin Cher.
With cyber-attacks on the increase and the threat landscape continuing to evolve, the need for the industry to come together has never been more apparent; the good news is that it is happening.
Tech-savvy millennials lose out to baby boomers in security behaviour and may pose the biggest security risk to themselves, according to a Norton study.
Much like the private sector, the public sector has moved from the ‘if’ to ‘when’ mentality when it comes to building defences against cyberthreats, reports Benjamin Cher.
Only 10% of cybersecurity professionals in the world are women, and Acuity Solutions president Kristin Lovejoy – who will be taking part in a panel session at HITB GSEC Singapore – tells Keith Liu what women can bring to the table.
IBM and Temasek Polytechnic have announced the opening of the TP-IBM Security Operations Centre (SOC) as part of the launch of Temasek Polytechnic’s IT & Security and Forensics course.