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Polis minta bantuan CyberSecurity analisis video seks

Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif CSM, Amirudin Abdul Wahab berkata pihaknya sedia memberi bantuan teknikal kepada pihak berkuasa.

Telegram hit by cyber-attack, CEO points to HK protests, China

Telegram says they suffered a DDoS attack which resulted in users in many regions face connection issues.

US and Russia see path forward on Syria but clash on...

The United States and Russia are on opposite sides of Syria's brutal eight-year civil war, with Russia the primary backer of President Bashar al-Assad.

Cyber expert credited with stopping ‘WannaCry’ attack admits malware charges

Hutchins had risen to overnight fame within the hacker community in May 2017 when he helped defang the global 'WannaCry' ransomware attack.

China threat to telecoms cited in EU Parliament draft resolution

The European Parliament plans to protect the next generation network, 5G from potential cybersecurity threats by Chinese telcos.

State-sponsored espionage group Whitefly behind Singapore cyberattack, says report

Authorities say the attack illegally accessed and copied personal details of clinical patients including high-ranking politicians.

As the web turns 30, is it an ‘out-of-control monster’?

Thirty years after their creation of the World Wide Web, the team of inventors is now fighting to stop the corruption of their work.

BNM to launch risk management policy to tackle cybercrime

CyberSecurity Malaysia CEO Amirudin Abdul Wahab says more than 10,000 cases of financial fraud were reported in 2018.

Huawei ‘shocked, amused’ by espionage accusations

Huawei has raised suspicions in the West for its close ties to the Chinese government.

Australian parliament computer network breached

Officials have declined to comment on the nature of the cybersecurity breach, but say there has been no evidence that data had been accessed.

Don’t let Huawei help set up 5G, US warns EU nations

Americans warn European counterparts about the dangers of using Huawei's 5G technology.

Japan to survey 200 million gadgets for cyber security

Tokyo is beefing up cybersecurity as the nation prepares to host the Rugby World Cup this year, the Group of 20 meetings and the summer Olympic Games.

Government looking into claims of cyber espionage by Huawei

Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo says a report will be produced once MCMC completes its review.

Facebook violated controversial cybersecurity law, says Vietnam

Company officials have privately expressed concerns that the new law could make it easier for the authorities to seize customer data and expose local employees to arrest.

Huawei to spend US$2 billion over 5 years in cybersecurity push

Huawei Technologies expects to spend US$2 billion on cybersecurity by adding more people and upgrading lab facilities.

Shedding clothes and taboos, Mexican women learn to sext safely

Marytrini Aguilar, a 43-year-old Mexican woman with a stable marriage and two grown children, may not be what most people have in mind when they think of the word "sexting."

Huawei planning US$2 billion cybersecurity reboot

The Shenzen-based company wants to transform the way it engineers software, instead of merely applying one-off changes.

Australia passes cyber snooping laws with global implications

National cybersecurity adviser Alastair MacGibbon said police have been 'going blind or deaf because of encryption' used by suspects.

Australia set to pass sweeping cyber laws despite tech giant fears

Critics including Google and Facebook as well as privacy advocates warn the laws would weaken cybersecurity

Don’t rush into cryptocurrency, expert tells Putrajaya

CF Fong says the time is not right, as the country’s cybersecurity fundamentals are not strong.

Japan cybersecurity and Olympics minister: ‘I’ve never used a computer’

Yoshitaka Sakurada, 68, was named to the two posts last month by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, having never held a cabinet position before during his 22 years in parliament.

Russian cybersecurity firm Group IB to open global HQ in Singapore

Its CEO, Ilya Sachkov says it aims to woo banks, payment systems and energy firms

Microsoft embraces role as anti-hacking enforcer

Microsoft Corp. staged a broad public announcement to herald its seizure of web domains that were being used to send phishing emails by hackers linked to the Russian military.

Singapore cyber attack has hallmarks of state-linked group, government says

Speaking in parliament on Monday, S Iswaran said the government would not disclose the attackers' identity for security reasons but had determined the attack was the work of an 'Advanced Persistent Threat' group which is typically state-linked.