Malaysia says it is serious about the Digital Revolution, but is it really, poses Khoo Hsu Chuang
Mesiniaga Bhd, an established SI transitioning to a software company sees a brighter future in software testing.
The Malaysian Government’s move to cut its growth forecast and revise its national budget for 2015 to take into account tumbling global crude oil prices is expected to have an impact on several areas in the ICT sector, according to industry observers.
It may be an inconvenient truth but as we are on the cusp of 2015, the Malaysian Government still plays a key role in the ecosystem, writes Karamjit Singh
It may be the final year for HITBSecConf in Malaysia, but don't think that's the last time you'll hear from the Hack In The Box crew. CEO Dhillon Andrew Kannabhiran shares what's in store for 2015.
For BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, cyber-security solutions took centrestage at DSA2014 amidst growing demand for securing national defences. The company also reports high interest in its mobile security solution, which focuses on securing networks rather than devices.
Anticipating an exploding demand in the region for cyber-security solutions, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, the cyber-security arm of British multinational defence, security and aerospace company BAE Systems, is aggressively expanding its footprint in the region.
Edwin Yapp shares his thoughts on why complacency and bureaucracy can be detrimental to national IT security.
We created the Web, so it's up to us as a society to look after it and to help make sure our governments or big companies not do things to it, says Wendy Hall, professor of Computer Science at the University of Southampton.
Governments in South-East Asia have been increasing their attempts to control and regulate online activity and expression, which advocates say will have a chilling effect on socioeconomic progress in the region.