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Cyber Threat Alliance now a not-for-profit entity, appoints first president
The Cyber Threat Alliance announces its formal incorporation as a not-for-profit entity and the appointment of Michael Daniel as the organisation’s first president.
Hackers hone their skills while Malaysian consumers remain complacent
Norton by Symantec, on Nov 17 released findings from the annual Norton Cyber Security Insights Report, which sheds light on the truth about online crime and the personal effect it has on consumers.
When it comes to security, screw the ROI and just do it!
It’s only normal for business leaders to be concerned about the ROI on any money they spend, but that’s missing the point when it comes to cybersecurity, says an IDC analyst.
Veritas eyes double-digit growth in Malaysia
Veritas Technologies believes its business in Malaysia can grow by double-digits this year, even though enterprises are looking at ways to cut spending in light of the slowing global economy.
Dirty, dirty boy: Malaysians lack ‘cyber-hygiene’
When it comes to cybersecurity awareness, there is a pretty big gap between what Malaysians know, and what they think they know, writes Lum Ka Kay.
Cybersecurity firms unite against ‘Sony hackers’
Four cybersecurity firms are working together to investigate and take down the hacker collective known as Lazarus Group, believed to be behind the attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment in 2014 and operation DarkSeoul that targeted media and financial institutions in 2013.
Cybercriminals exploiting Netflix global rollout: Symantec expert
Cybercriminals are exploiting the Netflix global rollout to steal user credentials, including payment details, according to Symantec Corp.  
Symantec’s future guided by four priorities, says senior exec
The road ahead for Symantec will be guided by four priorities, according to Sanjay Rohatgi, its senior vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan.  
Millennials not as security-savvy as baby boomers: Survey
Tech-savvy millennials lose out to baby boomers in security behaviour and may pose the biggest security risk to themselves, according to a Norton study.
SMEs must be wary of security vendor hype, says Norton VP
SMEs are becoming more interested in protecting their information and organisation. However, as security vendors make their marketing push into Asia, with buzzwords galore, SMEs are feeling the pressure to just buy from the vendor that makes the threat sound the most dangerous, says a vice president for Symantec's Norton business.
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