Hackers have inserted malware inside an app offered for download by the Vietnam Government Certification Authority (VGCA).
US says Chinese companies are engaging in "PRC government-sponsored data theft."
Most Goontact-laced apps are targeting Asian users in Chinese speaking countries, Korea, and Japan.
With its aggressive rollout and investment in 5G, the region is better placed to take advantage of the business environment brought about by the pandemic and drive the value of data, say SAP executives on the 10th anniversary year of Hana.
Chinese hackers have compromised the update mechanism of a chat app used by hundreds of Mongolian government agencies.
Chinese quartet conspired to plant a malicious SDK inside an app that came preinstalled on Gionee devices.
This marks the third time since 2015 that the Kazakh government is mandating the installation of a root certificate on its citizens' devices.
Vietnamese state hackers imitate Chinese groups and start making money on the side while spying for their government.
New WAPDropper malware signs up Android users to premium services provided by telecoms in Thailand and Malaysia.
Despite expert advice against paying up, most victims of ransomware attacks in the region, including 88% in Australia and 78% in Singapore, have paid the ransom in full or in part, and the number of such attacks is only going to keep climbing amidst accelerated digital transformation efforts and remote work.
New Chinese APT discovered targeting Southeast Asian governments.
The signatories will enforce a new single set of rules for accessing preferential tariffs as well as collaborate and exchange information on best practices for dealing with cybersecurity incidents.
COVID-19 outbreak has triggered a rash of online activities across Southeast Asia, which added 40 million new users this year to a total internet population of 400 million, and helped the e-commerce sector expand 63% to ring in $62 billion.
Partnership will give the international hotel group access to Grab's 'sizeable' customer base and integration with the latter's mobile platform across food delivery, payments, transport, loyalty programmes, and advertising.
Software giant says it is establishing its first cloud data centre region in Taiwan, where it will also make "a significant investment" to help develop digital skills for 200,000 individuals by 2024.
Computex never fails to surprise its attendees with what can be done with technology, some items though, should never have left the drawing board.
Controversial Global hacking conference Hack In The Box just celebrated its ten-year mark in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The event attracted hackers from all over the world and company participants that included Google, Mozilla, Microsoft, Amazon, sponsor 'friends' such as Megaupload, and many more.
Low Yat Plaza is a seven-story, 500+ retailer electronics mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is regarded as "IT heaven" and a place for outstanding bargains where haggling is the norm. Low Yat is also a buyer-beware marketplace. It's not out of the ordinary to walk out with defective goods and in 2006 the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs raided Low Yat Plaza, confiscating more than 27,000 copies of pirated computer software and movies. While in town for the Hack in The Box Security Conference, we paid a visit to this amazing electronics bazaar.
Notorious security conference Hack In The Box is about to celebrate its ten year mark in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Doors open to conference participants tomorrow, and we caught a few moments of setup in its calm before the storm.
More than half of consumers in Asia-Pacific are concerned about protecting their online and physical lives, but 20% are willing to offer their personal data for free products or services, while 24% share their social media details for quizzes.
NEC needed seven months to discover the hack, did not disclose it publicly.
Mitsubishi Electric says hackers did not obtain sensitive information about defense contracts.
New Beijing "3-5-2" policy to give local tech scene a boost to the detriment of foreign companies.
Twitter has banned 936 accounts managed by the Chinese state and it will stop accepting ads paid for by state-run news agencies.
Internet giant unveils a physical space, occupying 7,200 square feet within its Singapore office, that it says offers various resources for developers from Southeast Asia, including hands-on mentorship, networking opportunities, and access to Google technologies.
‘Aggressive’ and ‘intense’ competition from a carrier in India as well as only counting prepaid customers who are actually paying for a service saw Singtel Group drop 40 million mobile customers in the most recent quarter.
Australia telco claims its new rapid restoration service will reduce outages on subsea cables to under 30 minutes.
Singapore's ST Telemedia Global Data Centres has unveiled plans to build a 75,000 square metre data centre in central Bangkok through a joint venture partnership with Thai industrial platform provider, TICON.
The software vendor's cloud customers in Southeast Asia now can tap its Azure Availability Zones in Singapore, giving them access to a region with at least three separate physical data locations.