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BSA Launches a Campaign Targeting Design and Engineering Firms in SEA to Help Them Avoid the Risks of Unlicensed Software

With billions of dollars budgeted for Southeast Asian national infrastructure projects, The Software Alliance, also known as BSA, has announced the launch of a...

Decisions Made for the Greater Good? FBI’s Delayed Release of Universal Decryption Key in Kaseya Attack

July witnessed the ever-impactful Kaseya attack by the REvil Ransomware group two weeks before their abrupt shutdown. Although Kaseya claims that only a small...

Barracuda Makes Four Major Announcements at Secured.21 Customer Conference

Barracuda Networks has issued four key announcements at the Secured.21 Customer Conference. The announcements revolve around the cybersecurity trends and...

MyRepublic Reportedly Breached, Potentially Compromising Personal Data of Over 79,000 Customers

Hackers have hit Singapore once more, reportedly breaching telecommunications provider MyRepublic and gaining access to the personal data of some 79,400 mobile...

Why Organisations Need to Put Their Trust in a Zero-Trust Security Paradigm

The internet has brought humanity closer together and technological advancements are allowing the world to become more interconnected. However, every advantage...

Data of 1.3 Million People Potentially Exposed Due to COVID-19 App Security Flaw

Indonesia is currently looking into a potential security flaw in a COVID-19 test-and-trace app that exposed 1.3 million people’s health status, contact...

Jeff Lanza, Retired FBI Agent Shares Why Law Enforcement Agencies Are Struggling to Put a Stop to Ransomware Attacks

Criminals have been leaving ransom notes even before technology had ever evolved to the standards of today. Leaving a demand for a sum of money is not a...

Ransomware Strikes Again! A Recap of Recent Attacks on Singapore Organisations

The war on cybercrime is never-ending as the pandemic has shown the world the true force of cybercriminals. No industry is safe as we see the internet is...

Fortinet Holds Security Summit 2021

Last week, cybersecurity firm Fortinet held the virtual Security Summit 2021, which tackled pressing issues in cybersecurity and their impact on businesses...

Hackers Can Crack Two-Factor Authentication, and Here Is How They Are Doing It

Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is a popular security process in which two of five authentication factors—knowledge, possession, biometric, location and...

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