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Check Point Discloses Vulnerability that Allowed Hackers to Take over Hundreds of Millions of WhatsApp & Telegram Accounts
Black Hat Asia 2017 to Offer Full Scholarships to Singapore Professors and Students, Supporting Singapore Government’s Cybersecurity Strategy
Black Hat Asia 2017 Welcomes Industry Veterans, Halvar Flake of Google and Saumil Shah of Net-Square, as Keynote Presenters
Global IT and cybersecurity association ISACA has concluded their first-ever CSX 2016 Asia Pacific conference in Singapore, which was held 14-16 November 2016.
The study coincides with ISACA’s first CSX 2016 Asia Pacific conference, which opens today in Singapore.
Two of Russia’s largest banks, Sberbank (SBER.MM) and Alfa Bank, say they have been hit by cyber attacks in recent days.
Hacking and cybersecurity played a huge role in the presidential election. So much so that Donald Trump, America’s new president-elect, was helped greatly by the acts of criminal hackers in his journey to the White House
The entire internet infrastructure of the African nation of Liberia has been brought to a grinding halt after it was targeted by hackers using the same weapon that caused the largest cyber-attack in history just two weeks ago.
Optus Business has announced opening its Advanced Security Operations Centre (ASOC) alongside Trustwave, offering managed cybersecurity services to enterprise and government customers.
A controversial Chinese cybersecurity law that has sparked protests from foreign governments and business groups neared approval
With the demand for insurance against cyberattacks growing in recent years, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is working with industry players and academics to beef up expertise to underwrite such risks
One receptionist used a single-letter password to access the company system, and on one occasion, K Box Entertainment Group received more than 90,000 members’ personal data, unencrypted, via Gmail from its IT vendor, Finantech.
The National University of Singapore (NUS) and Singtel on Monday (Oct 24) launched their joint cybersecurity laboratory aimed at protecting consumers against security breaches, data leaks and other online attacks.
There is a decidedly acute shortage of IT security specialists that can be engaged to help fend off such online threats.
Launch of its S$10 million ASEAN Cyber Capacity Programme aimed at enhancing the cybersecurity resources and know-how among fellow Southeast Asian member states.
Singapore will also step up cooperation with other countries, as well as empower the Cyber Security Agency (CSA) to ”direct private sector operators and essential services”
Do you want to know if your personal information has been compromised in a hack? There is an easy way to check.
Yahoo Inc last year secretly built a custom software program to search all of its customers’ incoming emails
Microsoft launched its first combined Transparency Center and Cybersecurity Center in Singapore to serve the Asia-Pacific region.
While most organisations are doing things right cyber security wise, recent research has revealed that a number of ’bad habits persist’.
Singtel has partnered with security firm Palo Alto Networks to start a new service to protect firms against cyber criminals.
Global IT and cybersecurity association ISACA developed the Cybersecurity Nexus (CSX) to help organizations build qualified cybersecurity workforces.
A woman was scammed of over S$80,000 after providing her personal information and banking details on a fake Singapore Police Force (SPF) website
Singapore’s battle against cyber criminals is expected to intensify, with 72 percent of Chief Information Officers (CIOs) detecting more cyber attacks now than 12 months ago.
cybersecurity experts from nine tech companies have banded together to create the Vendor Security Alliance (VSA)
Telecommunications company M1 Limited tapped into the brilliant minds at Proficio and Secura in the efforts of beefing up its cyberattack defenses.
In partnership with the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) and the Association of Information Security Professionals (AISP), CREST has established a Singapore Chapter to introduce its penetration testing certifications and accreditations to Singapore.
Lim Jun Quan exploited security vulnerabilities on several local websites to steal their database of customers’ usernames and passwords.
Tens of millions of cars are made vulnerable to theft by their keyless entry systems, according to a report by computer security experts.
To play it, you have to give up your most private information. It’s only a matter of time, experts say, before that data is in hackers’ hands
A computer security firm is warning wireless keyboard users that a flaw found in millions of devices allows hackers to read what you’re typing.
The United States and Singapore on Tuesday (Aug 2) signed a cybersecurity Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to formalise their commitment to work together in building a secure and resilient cyberspace through cybersecurity cooperation.
North Korea operates an army of more than 1,000 hackers who stage hacking or cyberattacks targeting Seoul’s major institutions or key officials, according to the South’s spy agency
Driven by increasing focus on risk management and cost efficiencies, skillsets in cybersecurity, project management, and IT development are among the top most sought after in Singapore.
The White House on Tuesday issued the U.S. government’s first emergency response manual for a major cyber attack
The wildly popular Pokémon Go smartphone app, in which players move around in the real world in order to catch virtual “pocket monsters,” has created safety and security concerns in both the real and cyber universes.
Singapore is taking another step to enhance cybersecurity by collaborating with Netherlands’ National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)
Last week, the world heard that the Singapore Government plans to restrict Internet access for all public servants from May next year.
Over 2,100 servers’ information has been sold to hackers on underground cybercrime shopping website xDedic.
Cyber Security Agency (CSA) stated that there have been 16 waves of targeted cyberattacks on Singapore since last April.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has weigh in his thoughts on the segregating of internet access saga.
IDA further clarify on its posture for the move to block internet access from civil servants’ computers.
With rising threats, Singapore Government will be cutting off internet of the public servants from May 2017.
Philippine central bank will tighten rules and strengthen its online security unit to combat money laundering and cyber crimes
Starhub is partnering with industry partners such as Blue Coat, Cyberbit, EY, Fortinet and Wedge Networks to support a sustainable cybersecurity ecosystem in Singapore.
MAS is teaming up with NTU on a project to lower cyber insurance premiums and standardisation of insurance policies
With the ever increasing cyber threats, we are seeing more and more efforts done to strengthen our nation’s cyber security defence mechanism.
To grow Singapore’s pool of security professionals, ST Electronics team up with (ISC)2 to offer a SSCP course.
Security researchers at Kasperky Lab and FireEye confirm that the upward trend of ransomware is continuing and has emerged as a top threat to business
Businesses now able to access to Employee Cyber Security Kit launched by SBF, hope this initiative will boost cyber security awareness!