IBM Malaysia and Sunway University have announced a collaboration that will see IBM technologies embedded in the institution’s ICT curriculum.
Huawei is making headway as a serious handset-maker but is still struggling to find its footing in the United States because of poor perception and ongoing suspicion. What about the rest of the world? Edwin Yapp looks at the situation.
Microsoft Corp’s chief security officer for Asia, Pierre Noel, believes that the ‘Snowden Revelations’ have proven to be a blessing for the company, waking it up and forcing it to get its act together.
An online poll conducted among more than 350 consumers found that over 75% store their data digitally and more than 50% state that their personal data are more valuable than their actual devices – underlining the fact that consumers know they need to preserve their data.
FireEye Inc. has appointed Eric Hoh to the role of president of Asia Pacific Japan, to oversee the company’s business operations and sales across the region.
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.
Riding on the back of a fresh US$18-million investment, Cambridge, UK-based cybersecurity firm Darktrace is expanding its global reach, launching its Asia Pacific operations in Singapore in March.
The Asia Pacific region holds much growth potential for cybersecurity providers, amidst the growing complexity of securing digital assets and the increasing frequency of attacks by those who would seek to exploit them, said stakeholders of the upcoming Interpol World, slated to take place from April 14-16 in Singapore.
The global business environment leaves us increasingly exposed, attackers have become even more sophisticated, and the number of cybercrime incidents reported by businesses appears to be on the rise – yet most organisations are only defending against yesterday’s threats, writes Neil Meikle of PwC.
The Sony Pictures Entertainment hack was an incident that one could only be described as the 'perfect Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) story,' according to Juraj Malcho, the chief research officer for ESET.