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Hong Kong shuts govt offices, security tight after violent protests

Government offices close for the rest of the week as protests set to continue in Hong Kong.

Place Esscom under police, says former army man

Ahmad Ghazali Abu Hassan, who is also a former academic, says Esscoms's core duties are more closely linked to police work.

Ok to restructure Esscom but security mustn’t be compromised, says Shafie

Sabah CM says state will give its full cooperation to efforts of security forces.

Huawei ‘too close’ to Chinese government to be trusted

The integration of civilian businesses with the military is too close making Huawei difficult to trust.

US defence chief says China threatens Asia’s stability

Shanahan references artificial island built by China in the disputed South China Sea.

Install dash cams to safeguard e-hailing drivers, says Sabah Wanita Umno...

Jainab Ahmad Ayid says footage from dash cam recorders could prove crucial in tracking down criminals who prey on e-hailing drivers.

Work with us for positive changes, Dr M urges Facebook

The prime minister wants the social media giant and other platform providers to continue collaborating with the government as well as law enforcement agencies.

Border gangs plant GPS devices to track security vehicles

'Tontos' getting more brazen, says Border Security Agency chief after three tracking devices found.

‘New tinting rules pose danger to taxi drivers’

Big Blue Taxi boss Shamsubahrin Ismail says lifting restrictions on the darkness of tints for the rear windows and windscreen also puts the safety of passengers at risk.

After Sri Lanka blasts, cops step up security at places of...

Police will immediately act on anything unusual, says deputy IGP.

Conflicting views on Sabah security confusing all, says Yong

The former CM asks whether the waters off Sabah are really safe.

Remove us from ‘K’ list, Putrajaya urges US

Malaysia’s inclusion on travel advisory follows concerns about potential kidnapping or hostage-taking in certain areas of eastern Sabah.

Kitingan worried about Sabah’s security after arrest of 13 terror suspects

The Sabah opposition leader says the state government’s recent announcement to document Filipinos may have contributed to sudden influx of terror suspects.

Home ministry urges cops to ensure security of places of worship

This follows shooting incidents at two mosques in Christchurch.

Heat, floods, quakes: Tokyo 2020 preparing for any disaster

Tokyo is known as a safe haven for many locals and tourists alike, however, to ensure Tokyo 2020 Olympics goes smoothly organisers will beef up on security.

Putra Mosque security guard teaches himself 7 languages

Khairul says the nature of his work that requires he communicate with tourists, makes him want to continue learning even more foreign languages.

Huawei says security concerns aren’t slowing sales, for now

Huawei is in talks with governments across Europe on security standards for new technology.

Australia using new decryption powers even before planned review

The Australian Federal Police have revealed that agents have already used it while investigating drug trafficking and child exploitation.

Ukraine bans Russians from monitoring elections

Lawmakers will also allocate funds of around 308 million euros to enhance intelligence services for better security in regards to threats.

Germany to restrict Facebook’s data gathering activities

It is said that in Germany, Facebook will no longer force its users to pool data from third-party apps.

Tighter security for places of worship

Police will extend the 1Masjid 1Polis programme to all mosques from March and introduce a similar programme to churches and temples later.

Trust trumps money for Facebook with earnings due

After a series of scandals on data protection and privacy, Facebooks is making a rebound,

Facebook has ‘new tools’ against EU election meddling

Facebook unveiled new tools to counter online political meddling in the European elections, part of a campaign to answer growing pressure to rein in disinformation.

UN Security Council divided on climate-security link

More than 80 people were expected to air their views about the impact of climate-related disasters on peace and security.