The Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, the Hong Kong Police Force and the Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre reminded the public last week of the need to stay vigilant of cyber threats.
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As cyber attacks get more sophisticated and targeted, Rob Forsyth, APAC Director of Sophos, believes that the “keys to the kingdom” for security lies with the organisation’s staff. His message for governments is to create an IT culture of caution within their agencies through staff education.
Experts at Lockheed Martin explain the less common, but more threatening, Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and how their Cyber Kill Chain strategy can be used to counter them.
Looking to promote cyber security as a “shared responsibility”, Brunei celebrates Cyber Security Awareness Week and is also looking to set up a centre for cyber security.
With “everything going web”, governments need to adapt their security measures to be flexible and scalable, said Akamai’s Enterprise Security Director, John Ellis to a gathering of government CIOs at FutureGov Summit 2013 on October 23-25.
Technical difficulties during a scheduled maintenance on Saturday afternoon brought down the websites of a number of key Singapore ministries and agencies for a prolonged period. The maintenance was part of the government’s on-going efforts to enhance cyber security.
Hackers claiming to be part of “Anonymous Philippines” defaced several central and local government websites on Sunday, 3 November, to express their discontent at how the Philippine government is handling the “pork barrel” scam.
Mobility, big data, security and collaboration were key issues that stood out at the 10th Annual FutureGov Summit, attended by over 150 government CIOs around the region.
As US Federal Agencies plan to fully deploy the ‘big five’ technologies in the next two years, they are gearing up their networks for the resulting additional capacity and complexity in order to avoid network bottlenecks.
Agency for Science, Technology and Research in Singapore has won the ‘Information Security’ award in this year’s FutureGov Awards, for its impressive ISO 27001-certified Information Security Management Systems.
Twenty government organisations were recognised this evening at the seventh annual FutureGov Awards, a fitting finale to the three-day FutureGov Summit held at Phuket Thailand.
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