IT departments are fighting a losing battle against rogue or shadow IT, and employees are unknowingly exposing organisations to reputational risk.
Trend Micro investigations show a huge amount of sensitive personally identifiable information – including passport information and fingerprint data – were in the election commission data breach.
Cybersecurity is growing too dangerous and powerful to ignore and a head-in-the-sand attitude to this once nascent, now pervasive threat is no longer an option, according to a new study by the IMA and ACCA.
Less than 5% of organisations were tracking and reviewing privileged activity in 2015, but by 2018, 25% will review privileged activity and reduce data leakage incidents by 33%.
Fraud executives from 18 leading APAC banks all indicated that data breaches in other industries will harm financial institutions in 2016.
With the proliferation of IoT devices in homes and buildings, ordinary folk are going to have to take responsibility for their own cybersecurity and not just depend on technical experts.
South-East Asia remains a target for state-sponsored APT groups, and faces new risks from territorial disputes expanding into cyber-attacks.
When Singapore introduced its Personal Data Protection Act, for a heavily regulated sector like the financial services industry, it was just another box to tick on a long list of compliance and regulatory requirements -- but that list is about to get longer, reports Benjamin Cher.
Cyberthreats against organisations, especially the financial services industry, are being aided by a different kind of C&C: Compliance and complacency, according to F5 Networks' Edwin Seo.
Corporate networks are no longer the only ones at risk, with cybercriminals also attacking Internet-connected physical infrastructure such as petrol stations and automated vehicular systems, according to Trend Micro Inc.