IT Security

CopyCat malware infects Android devices around the world
Malicious CopyCat malware breaches devices owned by individual users and enterprises  
Placing employees at the forefront of cybersecurity
Against a backdrop of increasing vulnerability, organisations’ security posture will only be as strong as their weakest link – employees.
Singapore firms’ investment in IT security pays off
A global study by CA Technologies reveals that firms in Singapore are reaping business benefits from investing in IT security.
The high cost of the IT security talent shortage
Businesses that struggle to attract skilled IT security experts end up paying up to three times more to recover from a cybersecurity incident.
GST fears stalling IT spend in Malaysia: Barracuda Networks
Companies know that they need IT security, but putting purchases on hold Barracuda sees growth potential in web application security solutions
50% of companies put themselves at DDoS risks: Kaspersky Lab
Based on a research carried out by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, only half of companies regard countermeasures against Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks as an important component of IT security.
Project Galileo will be a game changer: Sophos CTO
Most IT security vendors today only offering two-dimensional security 4D security is context-aware and multilayered, to be rolled out in stages
EGuardian and McAfee team up to bring security solutions to SEA
EGuardian, a value added distributor of technology products and services in South-East Asia, has announced a partnership agreement to deliver McAfee’s security technologies to customers in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Security conference to shine spotlight on risk and compliance
Cyber Security Malaysia has launched the Cyber Security Malaysia Awards, Conference and Exhibition (CSM-ACE) 2012, set to take place from Nov 6-7, in conjunction with the World Innovation Forum Kuala Lumpur (WIFKL) 2012.
Malaysia leads world in number of devices per employee
With an average of six devices per employee, Malaysia currently leads the world’s population for the highest number of devices accessing the corporate network, according to a new research report released by Citrix.
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