Consequential Highlights from the Second Quarter of 2018

The second quarter of 2018 has been turbulent and at times even unforgiving due to the numerous developments of the Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) operations, that is based mainly in Asia, involving both well-known and less familiar threat actors. The activities of these APT is made even more debilitating due to the fact that they often target and time their campaigns around sensitive geopolitical incidents. This summary, highlights some of Kaspersky Lab’s latest findings.

Blockchain trading in Thailand

The blockchain is an undeniably ingenious invention. By allowing digital information to be distributed but not copied, blockchain technology created the backbone of a new type of internet.

CyberSecurity Malaysia’s Astounding Achievements

CyberSecurity Malaysia’s (CSM) has a firm commitment to providing a broad range of cybersecurity innovation-led services, programmes and initiatives to help reduce the vulnerability of digital systems. This has helped propel Malaysia as the third nation most committed to Cybersecurity.

FinTech Industry in Thailand holds Unlimited Prospects

FinTech Industry in Thailand holds Unlimited Prospects

Thailand looks
set to be one of Southeast Asia’s next Fintech Hubs as digital convergence
continues to spread. The emergence of a new generation of fintech startups has
spurred development of a “complete payments” ecosystem.

The Worst Enemy: Cyber-threats

The Worst Enemy: Cyber-threats

Kaspersky Lab’s ‘State of Industrial Cybersecurity 2018’ report shows a
crucial contradiction among the industrial community: companies have strong IT
networks but often fail to protect their Operational Technology (OT).

In Thailand E-pay is the Way

In Thailand E-pay is the Way

Thailand’s commerce  is heavily influenced by e-payments. Thailand’s average digital payment transactions are expected to triple to 150 transactions per person, per year, sooner than previously forecast. Thai government’s e-payment plan PromptPay has 42.6 million registrants with a cumulative transaction value of 1.6 trillion baht. 

Transforming Education in Thailand through the Use of Technology

Transforming Education in Thailand through the Use of Technology

The Thai
Government has been looking to transform the Thai educational system to improve
its quality and make it more accessible. The focus has been specifically on children in the rural
areas of Thailand. Utilising Educational Technology (EdTech) is one of they
ways they are hoping to achieve this.