Educating consumers about the risks of malware could reduce Asia-Pacific entertainment piracy by nearly a third, a copyright holders' advocacy group said on Friday.
The Fed stressed it is not signalling any 'decisions about the appropriateness of issuing a US CBDC' while the Bank of Russia sought a crackdown on transactions and mining
Foreign Minister Marise Payne said Canberra would challenge 'malign actors who use technology to undermine freedom and democracy'
New rules will hit Tencent, Alibaba Group and ByteDance, and could stop the tech giants from growing bigger through acquisitions, some sources have claimed
A private investigator has offered support alleging the lawyer helped concoct a bogus story that explained how he obtained the emails
The "simple" flaw is in the encryption of the MY2022 app, which is used to monitor Covid-19 and is mandatory for Games attendees
Cloud servers are viewed as ripe for hackers to launch cyber attacks because they can conceal the origin of the attack and offer access to a vast array of client networks
Attacks targeted investment firms and centralised exchanges, and made use of phishing lures, code exploits, malware and social engineering
Police in Shenzhen's Futian district discovered 19 "vulnerabilities" in Walmart's network system in late November and accused it of being slow to fix the loopholes
IPOs by Vertex Technology Acquisition Corp (VTAC) and Pegasus Asia mark the first SPAC listings in Asia since the frenzy for such blank-check firms began in the US in 2020
The latest problem resulted from an error in system settings and affected automated teller machine and online banking operations for about an hour on Thursday afternoon
China has approved plans to build four clusters of data centres in the country's north and west for the data needs of Beijing and major coastal centres, the top state planner said on Wednesday