National Security

Cybersecurity: Some will choose failure over change
Many organisations can be too protective of their information, which often leads them to choose to fail rather than change, says John Michael McConnell of Booz Allen Hamilton.
Encryption genie is out of the bottle: Ex-NSA director
The encryption genie has been let out of the bottle, and law enforcement and national security agencies just have to get used to the idea, according to John Michael McConnell, now a senior executive advisor at management consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton.
HITB GSEC: The privacy and security balancing act, or not
The issue of privacy versus civil liberties is not at all clear-cut, Acuity Solutions president Kristin Lovejoy told the HITB GSEC Singapore 2015 conference. Benjamin Cher reports.
Facing backlash, MyEG defends deal with Malaysian govt
MyEG, one of the largest publicly-listed tech companies in South-East Asia, has come out in an attempt to clear the air over its appointment as the sole provider of the online renewal of foreign workers’ work permits, and issues related to this appointment.
Malaysian Government formulates national cyber-crisis policy
The Malaysian Government has launched a national policy document, 'National Security Council’s Directive No 24: Policy and Mechanism of the National Cyber Crisis Management,' an executive directive that outlines the nation’s strategy for ‘cyber crisis mitigation and response’ through public and private collaboration and coordination.
The day Malaysia painted a bull’s eye on itself
While the systems at a major telco had just been breached, a minister expresses his confidence that Malaysia is savvy enough to fend off cyber-attacks and essentially issues a challenge to hackers, writes A. Asohan.
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