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The Malaysian fintech scene needs more supportive regulation to thrive say panellists at the recent Cyberjaya Startup Summit.
With an initial investment of US$10 mil over three years, the bank adopts an ‘AI-first’ strategy in developing digital capabilities.
Security flaws exploit speculative execution on a microprocessor, to create side-channels that bypass security mechanisms used to protect data in the memory.
It was not the dominant Digital Economy focused budget that some had hoped for, but there was still enough in the Malaysian Budget of 2018 to keep the nation on track towards becoming a winner in the increasingly digital world.
Accepting that fintech is here to stay, Malaysia’s Bank Negara looks to the sandbox approach as a learning experience to adapt its regulations.