Originally tracked people-movement for city infrastructure projects Uses anonymised GPS pings to track movement, can also be repurposed for public health
Failure to review the PDPA leaves citizens vulnerable to exploitation Repeated sharing of info with unknown stakeholders felt like an invasion of privacy
Nabila Hassan makes the point that governments in Southeast Asia should encourage public-private partnerships while ensuring that overdependence on technology companies are mitigated by putting citizens’ rights at the forefront.
Should both the Malaysian Prime Minister and Communications Minister have attended a simple Facebook office opening?
Overall attack rate grew 50% year-on-year, as the security company stopped 251 million attacks globally.
DNA collaborates with Multimedia University to gauge whether social media will influence readers when they vote in GE14 next month.
With the looming implementation of the EU's GDPR, security and data protection move to "by design" as opposed to an after thought.
McAfee Labs 2018 Threats Predictions Report warns: AI will be used by attackers, ransomware will be more complex, serverless apps will be a vulnerability, and privacy will be an issue.
Security breaches lead to nervous CIOs, leads to higher security spending, a Gartner report finds.
The lines are blurring for software testers as the Internet of Things (IoT) spreads everywhere. Soon they will have to consider that testing cannot be limited to just software, but must include hardware and entire systems.