Lennie Tan of One Identity

Lennie Tan of One Identity discusses how organisations can address security issues across the entire hybrid cloud platform.

Cybercriminals target Apple

Apple devices are becoming attractive targets for cyber attackers due to their fast growing popularity and user demographics, says Fortinet.

Halvar Flake at BlackHat Asia 2017

Cyber insurance has the potential to upend an enterprise buyer-IT vendor relationship which is currently heavily weighted in favour of the latter, says Google’s Halvar Flake.

Alex Ling

The ability to encode information and compute at atomic or sub-atomic levels is presenting new challenges, and potentially new solutions, in the area of encryption.

Accenture survey reveals one in four cyberattacks in Singapore result in a security breach, yet most organisations remain confident in their ability to protect themselves.

This new technology uses face feature point detection technology to accurately identify characteristics in and around the eye from images taken with common cameras, says NEC Corporation.

McAfee Labs examines current trends in cybercrime and makes predictions about what the future may hold for organisations working to take advantage of new technologies to both advance their businesses and provide better security protection.

The Android malware variant breaches more than one million Google accounts and infects at the rate of 13,000 devices every day, Check Point reveals.

Streaming sticks, drones and smart home products top list of devices that can compromise consumers’ security if left unprotected, says Intel Security.

Building community and capability

A strong Community of Practice will help lay the groundwork for a sustainable source of cybersecurity expertise and solutions for Singapore, says Teo Chin Hock of CSA.

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Prof Gordon Bell on "exascale nirvana" and other supercomputing trends

Gordon Bell of supercomputing's Gordon Bell Prize talks to ConvergenceAsia about the "scaling up" and "scaling out" of HPC and its new applications in analytics and data science. Bell was in Singapore recently for Supercomputing Frontiers 2017, where he delivered a keynote on "Three Decades: Motivating and Measuring HPC Progress". 

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