The Philippine senator has proposed new legislation to counter new cybercrimes such as skimming and phishing, which have achieved an all-time high since the pandemic's shift to online transactions.
Combined with DISP, ACSC membership and various ISO and SOC certifications, this latest certification ensures that the company meets the highest standards to continue supporting its partners’ capabilities to serve the Australian public sector.
As Filipinos continue to adjust to the "new normal," there has been an increase in the use of digital banking and financial services, resulted in an increase in scam and fraud incidents. A digital payments company is urging citizens to take precautions to avoid these malicious events.
A recent cyberattack had temporarily caused widespread internet outages that had impacted citizens especially the ones who are working from home. Cyber security solutions and initiatives are required in response to these internet outages and attacks.
The cyber lab will be equipped with hybrid architecture that supports both virtual and physical modes of capacity building in the areas of cyberlaw, cybercrime investigation, and digital forensics.
Digital executives convene to discuss building resiliency to ensure operations and businesses continuity of critical infrastructure.
While transitioning towards zero-trust security for organisations in the country, The Home and Community department will deploy cyber security programmes to reduce the attack surface that could be compromised in a cyber event.
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