Fortinet, a global leader in broad, integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions, today announced the key findings of its latest Global Threat Landscape Report for Asia Pacific including Malaysia.
Fortinet warned that the significant rise of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and bring-your-own-application (BYOA) usage among today’s mobile workforce across Asia Pacific (APAC) are exposing corporate networks to more complex cybersecurity issues.
Limelight Networks, Inc., introduced new capabilities to its DDoS Attack Interceptor Service that provides high-capacity on-network scrubbing and a scalable range of protection measures for web infrastructure.
Intel issued a security alert that management firmware on a number of recent PC, server platforms are vulnerable to remote attack.
The Malaysia Government has set up Cyber Crime Special Committee to combat cyber crime in the country.
Kaspersky Lab publishes results of internal investigation related to incident with stolen NSA tools, point to possible access by multiple third-parties.
Malaysia’s Inland Revenue Board (IRB) warns Malaysian taxpayers not to fall victim to email phishing scams, Fortinet issued a few guidelines to stay safe.
Security firm McAfee has blocked access to malware that appeared to be sent from the company’s own network, pointed users to a malicious Word document.
Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (SIR), Volume 22, found that Malaysia is one of the countries with a growing malware encounter.
Several users claimed said they received an email from MYNIC but the content of the email was not domain-related. Was MYNIC hacked again?