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Being CyberFit a Necessity as APAC Remains a Favourite Target for Ransomware

At the recent Acronis #CyberFit Summit held in Singapore, Craig Jones, INTERPOL Cybercrime Director, shared that APAC is now one of the most targeted regions...

OpenSea Users Lost USD $1.7 Million Worth in NFTs Due to Phishing Attack

NFT makes headlines again but this time, for all the wrong reasons. The world's largest NFT (Non-Fungible Token) marketplace, OpenSea confirmed that...

Google Releases Emergency Chrome Update to Fix Actively Exploited Zero-Day Vulnerability

Google recently issued an important warning, stating that a new High-level Zero-Day vulnerability (CVE-2022-0609) has been discovered in all Chrome browsers...

Cisco Study Reveals That Malaysian Businesses Are Dependent on Outdated, Complex and Unreliable Cybersecurity Infrastructure

Now more than ever, effective cybersecurity programs are essential to the success and resilience of organisations. Cisco highlighted the findings from its...

Backups Have Your Back in a Ransomware Attack

“I’ll put a date of 2012 for the beginning of modern ransomware. Prior to that, data had to be important or valuable to the attacker. So, health...

Why Strengthening ICT Supply Chain Resilience in APAC is Key

Due to the pandemic, the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, like the rest of the world, has seen a massive digitisation leap over the last two years. Due to the rush...

The Cybersecurity Challenges of 2021 Are Poised to Carry Over to 2022—and That’s Bad News for Everyone

If last year was a harbinger of what’s to come in the cybersecurity space, then IT teams and security experts are likely to have their hands full even...

Log4j: The Story So Far, and What to Expect in 2022

It has been a month since the now infamous Log4j vulnerabilities made headlines, yet cybersecurity experts continue to be worried. They have reason to be as...

Teenaged Cyber Genius Hacks Into Tesla Cars, Shows How an Interconnected World Might Be in Trouble

In the 2017 action film “The Fate of the Furious,” a cyberterrorist named Cipher hacked into a bunch of cars and remotely manoeuvred them like a...

Why No Company Ever Needs to Pay a Ransomware Demand

The concept of ransomware is simple: Attackers use malicious software to prevent access to specific data or systems until the owner pays to unlock...

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