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Singapore most exposed, but also most prepared in cybersecurity: Deloitte

With a high internet adoption rate, the city-state faces the highest cybersecurity risk in Asia-Pacific, but also is the most prepared to deal with it in terms of policies and

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KBR to Strengthen Cybersecurity of USAF Systems

KBR Inc., an American engineering, procurement, and construction company, announced that it was awarded US$26.8 million contract to provide cybersecurity engineering support to the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC)

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Number of Student Data Breaches, Ransomware Attacks Nearly Triple in Last Year

Public K-12 education agencies across the country experienced a total of 348 cybersecurity incidents during calendar year 2019, says a report from the  K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center. Click here to view

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How Laissez-Faire Risk Management Can Sink PE Valuations

It’s shaping up to be a great year for private equity. In January, financial data provider Preqin said private investors have a record-breaking $1.5 trillion in cash. Click here to

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A Framework for Measuring InfoSec as a Business Function

In my December column, I ended with the observation that many CISOs struggle when it comes to first determining and then actually communicating the business value of the security options

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Large enterprises are turning to startups for cyber security services

Big firms are turning to cyber security startups dotting India as they look for niche solutions as against end-to-end management offered by transnationals. Click here to view original webpage at

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Big firms turn to cyber security startups for niche solutions

Large enterprises are turning to small, niche startups offering specific cyber security services, rather than depend on multinationals who provide end-to-end solutions. Click here to view original webpage at economictimes.indiatimes.com

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Malaysia: Master plan on cyber security in the works

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said the plan is aimed at coordinating the implementation of cyber security awareness programmes nationwide to ensure they benefit the

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Keeping Security Secure

The security industry has accumulated vast amounts of knowledge, much of it in the form of experience. This sometimes-sensitive information is the glue that holds our profession together and protects

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MDhex vulnerabilities open GE Healthcare patient monitoring devices to attackers

Researchers have discovered six critical and high-risk vulnerabilities – collectively dubbed MDhex – affecting a number of patient monitoring devices manufactured by GE Healthcare. Click here to view original webpage at