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.
EY outlines four transitions for blockchain as it matures into a standard enterprise tool.
Partnership will target accounting, administrative and payroll functions.
Investments to drive business performance and remain competitive.
EY, Guardtime’s Insurwave to help manage risk for more than 1,000 commercial vessels in the first year.
The regulation will affect businesses of all sizes due to its extra-territorial reach.
EY Blockchain Analyzer will facilitate EY audit teams review and analysis of transactions on the blockchain.
Seventy-three percent of Malaysian fintech firms plan to expand beyond their current markets.
Countries that break out of the pack will be those that focus on finding ways to unlock data and take advantage of the access and insight it provides.
With the deadline only two months away, there is concern that companies in the region may not understand what it entails - or are blissfully unaware that they are even affected.