Wanted to share this awesome video on the Stuxnet Virus Anatomy that took the Industrial Control by storm. Highly dangerously “weapon” that is built on pure codes and food for thoughts for the industrial players. Credit goes to this brilliant guy Patrick Clair.
In July 2014, Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) came into effect. This brought increasing pressure to organizations that operate in Singapore. Coincidentally, International Standards Organization (ISO) recently adopted a new standard governing the processing of personal data in the cloud — ISO 27018. Some would ask, does this ISO 27018 standard, help organizations in Singapore to overcome the data protection challenge specifically addressing the PDPA compliance?
Heartbleed is a flaw discovered in OpenSSL recently. OpenSSL is the open-source encryption standard used by the majority of sites on the web that need to transmit data users want to keep secure. It basically gives you a “secure line” when you’re transacting through the website.
The Internet is now a huge resource of information and plays an increasingly important role in business. However, without adequate controls in place, companies are likely to be faced with a broad range of issues. These range from excessive personal use of the Internet during business impacting staff productivity to legal risks if users access inappropriate content. Then came Web Content Filtering solutions.
For any enterprises, simply mentioning the letters DDoS can provide them with goose-bumps and even leave them in poor mood for the remainder of the day. That is because these distributed denial-of-service attacks (shortened to DDoS) are on the rise and show no signs of slowing down.
In today’s world of infrastructure security, data security becomes more increasingly important when using cloud computing at all “levels”; infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), platform-as-a-service (PaaS), and Software-as-a-service(SaaS).
In case that you aren`t aware, most of the privacy laws enacted today exempt organizations from reporting loss of protected data if that data was encrypted. This could just prompt someone to exhort to simply encrypt all of the data as it leaves the facility and moves around ,out there in the Cloud.
Kenneth Ho is not your typical IT professional. Rather, I am a revenue accelerator, brand evangelist and customer satisfaction specialist
As a strategic, result-oriented, high energy professional. I specialises in driving revenue and profits for companies engaged in high complex services and emerging technologies. I am passionate about creating values both for my employers and my customers.
To keep up-to-date with the industry trends and to share my knowledge , I am a frequent speaker for internal, business partners and industry events. I also contribute blogs and articles both internally and externally.