RAMCI, CyberSecurity Malaysia collaborate to fight identity theft
Jointly launch a public awareness campaign to empower Malaysians with knowledge about identity theft.
Singapore's Etiqa launches Personal Cyber Insurance
Move comes amid growing concerns on interconnectivity.
RAMCI’s JagaMyID helps keep credit scores, online identities safe
Making it easier for the average user to check on their own credit rating and protect themselves.
Dirty, dirty boy: Malaysians lack ‘cyber-hygiene’
When it comes to cybersecurity awareness, there is a pretty big gap between what Malaysians know, and what they think they know, writes Lum Ka Kay.
Identify theft: Complacency is Enemy No 1, says F5 expert
Cyberthreats against organisations, especially the financial services industry, are being aided by a different kind of C&C: Compliance and complacency, according to F5 Networks' Edwin Seo.
Cybercriminals targeting healthcare organisations: Fortinet
Fortinet has warned that patient data is far more valuable to hackers on the black market than credit card numbers because it tends to contain data that is detailed, rich, and full of information that cybercriminals can use for identity theft and fraud.
Trend Micro rolls out Maximum Security 2015 Cloud Edition
Trend Micro Inc has launched a security solution available that offers protection from cyber-threats for PC, Macintosh, Android and iOS platforms to protect consumers from the perils of Internet across multiple devices anytime, anywhere.
Data breaches continue to dominate threat landscape: Trend Micro
Cyberthreats, data breaches and high-risk vulnerabilities have continued to dominate the first half of 2014 as seen in Trend Micro Incorporated’s second quarter security roundup report, 'Turning the Tables on Cybercrime: Responding to Evolving Cybercrime Tactics.'
ID thieves targeting SMBs, 2FA could be the solution
For many SMBs, two-factor authentication or 2FA is a scalable and cost-effective option to protect themselves and their customers from identity and data theft, writes Lukas Raska of ESET.
eBay's denial aside, it's still Malaysian user data
eBay has denied that data claiming to be from its database breach being offered online were legitimate accounts, but the fact remains that the leaked data contains details of over 10,000 Malaysian consumers. CSM said it is investigating this, reports Gabey Goh.