Failure to review the PDPA leaves citizens vulnerable to exploitation Repeated sharing of info with unknown stakeholders felt like an invasion of privacy
A handful of Malaysian flavours that tantalise, promise and hopefully deliver.
Through Cloud Expo Asia 2019 Singapore hopes to convince more of its SMEs to adopt cloud technologies.
To bring the PDPA in line with international requirements of other data protection laws, including GDPR.
Panellists at the University of Malaya Blockchain Regulatory Research Report launch share insights on data and consumer protection in the blockchain ecosystem.
The leak of Astro customers' data has raised the issue of whether companies in Malaysia should be compelled by law to inform customers of personal data breaches.
As a lawyer and technophile, Michael Bishop of Commvault writes that he is both excited by the possibilities of AR and concerned over its wider privacy implications.
As Malaysia moves toward becoming a digital economy, there are two main challenges that may stymie the nation’s aspiration: The regulatory burden and a low awareness of cybersecurity.
There are 10mil ‘comatose’ servers running in enterprises around the world, and they not only suck up resources but are unmonitored and vulnerable, writes Gavin Selkirk of BMC Asia Pacific.
Singapore is creating two new statutory bodies that will oversee IT-related issues in the country, by merging the IDA and MDA.