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Organisations are more aware and spending more on IT security, but that is not necessarily translating to a lower exposure to ‘cyber risk’ – or the risk of financial loss, disruption or damage to an organisation’s reputation from cyber-attacks and cybercrime.
After having slept, drunk and eaten at the recent RSA Conference Asia Pacific and Japan (RSAC APJ) in Singapore, Benjamin Cher gathers his thoughts and comes away with some key takeaways.
Search queries involving Malaysian domain names were poisoned this morning, leading visitors to temporary sites with a message from what appears to be a hacker protesting against the treatment of Bangladeshi workers in the country.
An anonymous person, claiming to be from hacktivist group Anonymous, recently fired off a hacking threat against Singapore's financial systems, writes Paul Ducklin.
With yet another series of security incidents affecting websites in Malaysia, experts are asking for greater action and oversight by governments.
The haze is back, harming our health and economies, while the governments of Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore seem unable or unwilling to act. Perhaps it is time for the tech community to step in, writes A. Asohan.
In online advocacy, there is often the tendency of campaigning organisations to exaggerate the issues at stake, argues Dr Jeremy Malcolm, who adds that online campaigning also has to be followed through by real-world action.