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Starbucks Singapore says customer data illegally accessed in data leak
F&B chain notifies members of its Rewards loyalty programme that customer details, including birthdates, residential addresses, and mobile numbers, have been illegally accessed and it is working with local authorities on the security incident.
China says NSA used multiple cybersecurity tools in attacks against Chinese university
National Computer Virus Emergency Response Center releases a report that claims "41 types of cyber weapons" were used by the US National Security Agency in recent attacks against Northwestern Polytechnical University during which a "large amount of sensitive data" was breached.
Singapore clocks higher ransomware attacks, warns of IoT risks
Ransomware cases climbed 54% last year to 137, with small and midsize businesses the most common victims, and cybercriminals are targeting critical Internet of Things devices in such attacks that can lead to serious consequences, warns Singapore's Cyber Security Agency.
Singapore takes formal step towards setting up cyber defence unit
Country passes amendments to Act that will see a new digital intelligence unit--including a digital chief--formally established as part of the armed forces, a step the government says is necessary as "cyber intrusions" intensify and threaten critical systems.
Tech media giants pledge to maintain online safety in NZ pact
Twitter and Facebook are amongst five technology giants that have agreed to self-regulate and adhere to the Aotearoa New Zealand Code of Practice for Online Safety and Harms, in a move one industry critic describes as an attempt to preempt regulation and nothing more than "window dressing".