When Singapore introduced its Personal Data Protection Act, for a heavily regulated sector like the financial services industry, it was just another box to tick on a long list of compliance and regulatory requirements -- but that list is about to get longer, reports Benjamin Cher.
Passwords are a hassle, and many organisations are opting for biometric authentication. Security expert Keith Rozario isn’t comforted by this, and explains why.
Governments in Asia are getting more nuanced in their approach to cloud computing, but need to be more strategic in their approach to cybersecurity, according to experts at a Microsoft-hosted cybersecurity briefing.
Data is a business asset, like money, IP, stock, property or employees; and in dealing with any of these assets, there are legal rights, obligations, regulations and limits, writes Matthew Hunter.
International commercial lawyer Matthew Hunter looks at why we have privacy laws, and explains who the laws are good for.
Awareness of the need for Data Loss Prevention (DLP) has been growing – the market has been growing at about 20%, but unfortunately, the number of data leaks has been growing at around the same pace too, according to InfoWatch.
Sophos Canada’s Chester Wisniewski shares his views on what you need to do to preserve your privacy, and why!
Tencent announced that its WeChat app and website have been certified by TRUSTe, the global data privacy management company that provides privacy assessments, certifications, monitoring tools and compliance controls.
AIA Bhd’s chief information officer Teh Kim Leng talks to Karamjit Singh about the importance of mobile in the company’s strategy, and why there is no business case for outsourcing.
The Kuala Lumpur Bar Information Technology and Publications Committee (ITPC) will be organising a one-day seminar on business law this month, geared toward startups.