Khamis, 29 Mac 2012

Cyber crooks bag RM2.75 billion in five years

KUCHING: The country recorded RM2.75 billion in losses due to cyber crime in the past five years, particularly in the financial sector, CyberSecurity Malaysia's business development head Mohd Anwer Mohamed Yusoff said.

He said the losses also assessed in several sectors and products such as intellectual properties and copyright infringements over the Internet.

"The cyber security awareness among organisations and individuals in the country is still low. Admittedly, the more developed we are in terms of the cyber world, the higher the risk of cyber crimes," he told reporters here.


Google plans low-price tablets: reports

An Asustek tablet could be released as early as May with a price of US$199 (RM610) to make it an option for shoppers considering the Kindle Fire made by, said Digitimes.



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