Companies in Philippines rank the lowest in Southeast Asia among those receiving more than 5,000 alerts per day, yet, they do not address nearly half of the legitimate threats they receive.
Cyberattacks have been on a ruthless rampage over the past few years, afflicting all in its path.
Maintaining cybersecurity in the era of the digital economy requires more technological innovation.
ESET, has recently confirmed the existence of a dangerous malware that infects a targeted computer by re-writing the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI), which is located in the motherboard’s flash memory.
Just five months after Kaspersky Lab’s first report on the DNS hijacking operation to infect Android smartphones in Asia, the attack dubbed ‘Roaming Mantis’ remains highly active, exploring new tricks and techniques to extend its reach. Close monitoring by Kaspersky Lab experts discovered that the Roaming Mantis was attempting to web mine iOS devices used […]
Presented by the Contact Center Association of the Philippines (CCAP), this year’s two-day conference promises to be bigger and better.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology has gradually infused itself into our lives, making its potential threats something that we cannot ignore.
An internet privacy report said 99.9 percent of cellphone applications within the Android operating system request access to a user’s private information, and the proportion for iOS was 93.8 percent.
The Philippines has some of the highest social media usage of any country; it was also recently revealed to be the Southeast Asian nation most susceptible to cyberattacks.
It seems very logical in this world of rapid digital transformation to deploy as many defenses as possible to ward off cyberattacks.