To keep defenses strong while limiting the risk of security breaches and data loss, you need to decrypt, examine, and re-encrypt all network traffic.
Kaspersky Lab has found that every fourth (28%) Wi-Fi hotspot is unsecured and poses a risk to users' personal data.
NOT content with spying for the US government on its email users, Yahoo now wants to include targeted advertising via smart billboards in its spying arsenal, writes Ajith Ram.
DNA continues its weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy, from Digerati50 Vol 2. This week, we look at Xentral Methods founder Faiz al-Shahab.
Sixscape Communications believes it has the technical expertise to tackle the niche cybersecurity space of encryption-backed secure messaging and authentication.
Faced with resource limitations, it is crucial for SMEs to concoct a well-thought out security approach right from the start, layered strategically to scale and adapt as the business evolves, writes Britta Glade of RSA Conferences.
Neither employers nor employees may be fully aware of or prepared for just how vulnerable they are about to become.
At its core, blockchain is a distributed, shared ledger with strong cryptographic controls, writes IBM Malaysia’s Lee Yu Kit – who expounds on what this all means.
Governments and tech companies are slugging it out over encryption, but what does all this mean to the ordinary folk like you and me?
Certificates using SHA1 algorithm being retired Browsers will report errors in sites using SHA1 Microsoft is planning to retire support for browser certificates signed by the SHA1 hashing algorithm in the next few months. Security researchers are warning that the widely used algorithm should be retired as soon as possible.