Indonesia parliament passes long-awaited data protection bill
The bill's passage comes after a series of data leaks and probes into alleged breaches at government firms and institutions in Indonesia.
Indonesia investigating alleged data breaches at state-owned firms
A data protection bill aiming to bolster the country's cyber security infrastructure was submitted to parliament in 2020 but has yet to be passed.
Tasik Chini conservation, breach of personal data on Dewan Rakyat agenda
Questions will also be raised about the provision of tablets under the PerantiSiswa programme and the government's measures to help students who drop out and are unable to continue their studies.
Study sheds light on poor online habits behind data breaches in Malaysia
The study commissioned by Google shows that some 57% of internet users have either experienced a data breach or know someone who has, with a number of bad habits identified as possible factors.
Time to rethink the culture of collecting and sharing personal data
Much of the information collected by companies is not even necessary for the running of its business, but many customers give it up without a second thought.
Chinese cyber-espionage unit on US hacking spree, says report
The campaign is said to have exploited recently discovered flaws in Microsoft Exchange software, stealing emails and infecting computer servers with tools that let attackers take control remotely.
Singapore’s largest telco apologises after customers’ personal data stolen
The stolen data includes names, addresses, phone numbers, identification numbers and dates of birth.
Govt ready to audit MySejahtera to counter claims of personal data breach
The debate over the app's data privacy points to lingering trust issues that could undermine the battle against Covid-19.