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Human Error – The biggest risk in Cybersecurity

CNBC: Hackers are no match for human error. Employee negligence is the main cause of data breaches, according to a state of the industry report by Shred-it, an information security company. The report found that 47 percent of business leaders said human error such as accidental loss of a device or document by an employee […]

Google: Users keep reusing breached, unsafe credentials

Google: Back in February, we announced the Password Checkup extension for Chrome to help keep all your online accounts safe from hijacking. The extension displays a warning whenever you sign in to a site using one of over 4 billion usernames and passwords that Google knows to be unsafe due to a third-party data breach. […]

Improving cybersecurity in education systems

Cybersecurity within education has never been more important Techradar: Cybersecurity is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. We already know that businesses, organisations, and government entities must follow certain guidelines in order to protect sensitive information. However, the education sector equally possesses important assets of data to protect. According to the report sponsored […]

RM67.6 million lost to cyber crimes in Q1 2019 in Malaysia

This is one article that brings closer to home. It’s in Malaysia. The lost of millions of dollars that are reported globally, are also happening here locally. Be aware, make an informed decision and take the necessary action immediately. Securelytics offer an expert advice and consultancy on the overall solutions of Cyber security to protect […]

Cybersecurity for Industry 4.0 – Internet of Things

The IoT phenomenon is one of the most disruptive technologies changing the way organizations function and carry out business. It is a system of inter connected computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects or people that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer […]

Biggest challenges for the CEOs from Fortune 500 REVEALED! – Cybersecurity

In first few years of this millennium, cybersecurity was more about protecting people and organizations from traditional threats such as malware, social engineering attacks, website defacing, hacktivism, etc. Last few years have witnessed increased sophistication and intensity in cyber-attacks, which are now oriented towards financial crime, industrial espionage and have even targeted governments and critical […]

What you MUST know to stay competitive – Source Code Review

Organizations that involve a development work to produce their products and services are facing a fiercely competitive market in the current rapid technology era. A 4 – 6 months’ innovative idea that is still in the planning phase, might not be relevant any longer when it’s being launched in the market. Speed and efficiency are […]

Cybercrime, a $1.5 trillion industry estimated in 2018

Introduction Technology advancement has indeed caused a significant business growth. Business leaders are well aware of the importance of Artificial Intelligence, Big Data analysis, automation and system integrated management in their daily operations to expand their business to the next level. Statistics have shown that there’s an average of 6,140 mobile apps were released through […]

Visit Securelytics at CSM-ACE 2017

Catch Securelytics team at CSM-ACE 2017! CyberSecurity Malaysia The CSM-ACE is a prestigious event organised by CyberSecurity Malaysia with the support from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Malaysia (MOSTI) and the cyber security industry. CyberSecurity Malaysia is the national cyber security specialist centre under the purview of MOSTI, with a passion to provide […]

Malaysia Ranks Third in Cyber Security: UN survey

GENEVA: In the latest Global Cybersecurity Index, Malaysia is ranked third in terms of commitment towards cybersecurity. Singapore has a near-perfect approach to cybersecurity, but many other rich countries have holes in their defences and some poorer countries are showing them how it should be done, a U.N. survey showed on Wednesday. Wealth breeds cybercrime, […]

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