Staying awake at the wheel: Data centres in 2018
In Asia Pacific, it is expected that 8.6 billion connected devices will be found in this region by 2020.
Sophos advises companies to tread carefully with IoT
The age of IoT is upon us but security experts Sophos warns there are many pitfalls awaiting companies that don’t take security seriously.
Bad omen for the IoT future
The attack recently on the core internet infrastructure is a bad omen for the imminent IoT future, writes Ajith Ram.
Popular videogame software protection hacked
In the past few days, a hacker identifying himself as 'Voksi' claims to have broken the protection by using the demo for id Software's recent reincarnation of Doom. A similar technique was used for Rise of the Tomb Raider. Now that the first chink in Denuvo's armour has appeared, it would be interesting to see how many other PC games fall victim to the hackers.
Hacker selling Linkedin login details
Data on 167 million accounts for sale Original 2012 hack bigger than thought THE login details of around 167 million LinkedIn accounts are now for sale online by someone who is asking for US $2,200 for the whole lot, a security researcher said.
When the media, including DNA, let down readers
The DNS attacks in July and October were inaccurately reported by some media outlets as the victim websites themselves having been hacked; such misinformation only emboldens hacker groups into targeting easier prey for better publicity, writes A. Asohan.
Security heavyweights from Akamai and FB at HITBSecConf KL
The chief security officers of Akamai and Facebook will deliver keynote addresses on the first and second day of the Hack In The Box Security Conference (HITBSecConf 2014) that takes place in Kuala Lumpur from Oct 16-17.
HITB Amsterdam 2014 to feature hacker expo, all-women lineup
Fresh from a successful conference in Amsterdam this year, Hack In The Box (HITB) announced that its next security and hacker conference in the Netherlands will feature a hacker expo and for the first time, an all-women lineup of keynote speakers.
Week in Review: Trust, security and standards, or lack thereof
It was a week that was all about security, trust and standards in the online sphere – and quite a bit about the lack of all these when it comes to Malaysia, writes A. Asohan.