Aims to raise awareness and advise the government on policy formulation to combat cyber crime.
In view of World Press Freedom Day on May 3, F-Secure is offering journalists free VPN subscriptions for one year.
New attacks are surfacing while the old ones are getting more insidious, according to F-Secure chief Christian Fredrikson, even as the company celebrated 10 years in Malaysia.
Parents have to contend with a new challenge posed by the Internet of Things (IoT): Smart toys.
While most digital security firms are focusing on new cutting-edge malware plaguing the world and making millions of dollars in the process, the majority of the Asian nations still suffer from vulnerabilities brought about by age-old malware that still exists on the Internet, writes Goh Su Gim of F-Secure..
Citizens and civil advocates may be reeling from the revelations that various governments, including those of Malaysia and Singapore, were using spyware from Milan-based Hacking Team, but there are other implications that are just as severe, Gabey Goh reports
The Singapore Government is using spyware that can copy files from your hard disk; record your Skype calls, e-mails, instant messages and passwords; and even turn on your webcam remotely – and if you’re Singaporean, you have no constitutional right to complain.
F-Secure recently signed a partnership agreement with IT distributor Jardine OneSolution (JOS), which it said would extend its reach to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) throughout Malaysia.
Mobility was a dominant theme last year as smartphone and tablet sales grew exponentially, but one theme connected closely with it that did not receive as much spotlight was security, writes Edwin Yapp.
F-Secure has introduced Protection Service for Business (PSB), a cloud-based platform that provides protection while increasing productivity.