Organisations linked to Belt and Road initiatives at “heightened risk” from China-sponsored activity.
Communications technology company has identified cyber-security as a key emerging growth driver.
Aims to raise awareness and advise the government on policy formulation to combat cyber crime.
Ransomware is on the rise, and Singapore is on the crosshairs, but the issue gets even hairier, as Benjamin Cher finds out.
South-East Asia remains a target for state-sponsored APT groups, and faces new risks from territorial disputes expanding into cyber-attacks.
Journalists in South-East Asia are being heavily targeted not just by cybercriminals, but also state-sponsored hackers, according to a security report released today by US-based FireEye Inc.
Frost & Sullivan said its new report on the Asia Pacific APT Solutions Market finds that the market, comprising both on-premises products and cloud-based solutions, earned revenues of US$117.9 million in 2014, and is estimated to reach US$658.7 million in 2019.
There are some common weaknesses in organisations that makes them vulnerable to attacks by APT actors, FireEye CTO Grady Summers told the RSA Conference Asia Pacific & Japan (RSAC APJ) 2015 in Singapore last week.
It's going to be a ‘fun’ upcoming decade for cybersecurity practitioners in Asia, as the rising wave of attacks and the awareness of them in the region reflect what happened in the United States 10 years ago.
FireEye Inc and technology giant Microsoft Corp have revealed details of a China-based threat group which has been embedding hidden code in public websites and online forums to plant backdoors on their targets.