New measures, which include the removal of hyperlinks from email or SMS messages sent to customers and a 12-hour delay in activation of software tokens, will be implemented within two weeks and follow a spate of phishing SMS scams that wiped some victims of their life savings.
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Health Sciences Authority says smugglers and peddlers have tapped messaging apps, such as Telegram and WeChat, to advertise and sell e-vaporisers, which are prohibited in the country.
With most companies today still lacking a proper framework to help them navigate and respond quickly when a cybersecurity breach occurs, governments can help by providing clear guidelines and protocols.
Country's industry regulator releases draft laws that will require, amongst others, mobile apps providing news to be licensed to do so and those that may influence public opinion to undergo a security assessment.
International businesses that process data from China should obtain user consent and establish a data map--specifically looking at cross-border flow and residency--to ensure compliance, even as more clarity is needed on China's Personal Information Protection Law.
Country's cybersecurity agency gathers representatives from critical information infrastructure sectors for two emergency meetings, during which instructions and technical information were provided to help these companies deal with potential threats from Log4j.
Some 84% of organisations worldwide believe supply chain attacks can become a major threat within the next three years, with 48% in Asia-Pacific reporting at least one such attack in the past year and another 69% encountering at least one ransomware attack.
Singapore bank says a problem with its access control servers caused the glitch that left customers unable to log into their accounts and access its digital services for two days, adding that it has worked with its "third-party engineering providers" on a resolution.
Customers since morning have not been able to log into or access the Singapore bank's online and mobile services in a service outage that remains unresolved at press time.
Cyberspace Administration of China is seeking public opinions on draft regulations it just released that seek to classify, and secure, online data into three main categories based on their importance to national security, public interest, and business interests.