Despite almost three in five (57%) of internet users in Malaysia experiencing a personal data breach or knowing someone who had, over 90% respondents surveyed admit to practising poor online habits.
Emphasis on security by design & privacy by design for public digital services Review our data protection laws & update the Personal Data Protection Act
The proliferation of devices increases attack vectors for bad actors so a holistic integrated approach is needed to combat the menace.
The leak of Astro customers' data has raised the issue of whether companies in Malaysia should be compelled by law to inform customers of personal data breaches.
Lawyers for Liberty urge new Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Minister to investigate Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission for wrongdoings.
As a lawyer and technophile, Michael Bishop of Commvault writes that he is both excited by the possibilities of AR and concerned over its wider privacy implications.
According to US-based security solutions company Forcepoint, citing findings from Forester Research, more than half of data breaches are due to insider misuse or miscellaneous errors.
As cybercriminals continue employing increasingly sophisticated methods to compromise their targets, security is no longer about if but when a company will be hit by a data breach, according to Symantec.
Asia essentially has a bull’s eye painted on it, and economic growth is going to make matters worse, writes Benjamin Cher.
It’s only normal for business leaders to be concerned about the ROI on any money they spend, but that’s missing the point when it comes to cybersecurity, says an IDC analyst.