- Just like oil, if not more so, data makes our world run. It’s not surprising then that all the new regulations – from Europe to Australia – attempt to answer who owns, controls and has access to data in a country-specific legal culture.Read More >
- Driven by countries’ national security concerns, the new cyberspace landscape is increasingly similar to the geopolitical one. The more powerful states have disproportionate advantages in technology, capabilities and willingness to exercise and leverage their influence, including offensive military and espionage operations. Contestant states and non-state actors are striving to catch up by enhancing their own offensive and defensive capacities, developing asymmetric means of cyber conflict and testing the limits of what is possible.Read More >
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The soaring cybercrime rates in the region puts increasing pressure on high-tech crime divisions of the cyber agencies and police units in ASEAN. The governments in the region respond to cyberspace challenges by bringing all-things-cyber under fewer, more competent and resourceful agencies.