Cybercriminals and their methodologies have rapidly evolved over the last decade. Today, they work in groups and have the potential of crippling not just individual companies, but whole economies in the process. On this episode, we speak to Noushin Shabab, Senior Security Researcher,GReAT, APAC, about the evolution of cybercrime, new ways of being hacked, and what we can do to stay safe.
Is it better to give or to receive? Kulturpop’s Matt Armitage believes that the best scenario is for you to give and him to receive. Anything else, apparently, is a waste of his time. Which means that his picks for Xmas are probably going to be little more than his own personal shopping list. I hate to say this, but it’s Xmas, Mattsplained.
A few weeks ago, the MOH revealed that over 100,000 of those in Form 4 were facing mental health issues. In the nationwide survey, the biggest contributors of stress for this teenage demographic group were personal or family problems. Adding to that is the stress that comes with sitting for their SPM examination the following year. Together with clinical psychologist Paul Jambunathan in the house, we're exploring 2 questions this Talkback Thursday. For parents: Do you know whether your 16 year old is stressed out? For high school kids: What stresses you out; studies of family issues? Our lines will be open.
The Morning Run crew gives you their take on today's business headlines: Bank Negara is developing the regulatory structure for digital currencies. From 2018, persons converting crypto currencies into fiat money currencies will come under anti-money laundering law. 7:36 - Fitch Ratings has downgraded Sime Darby’s credit rating to junk status.
Dr Abdul Razak Baginda is back in the public eye as the head of newly-established think-tank ICON Centre for Global Affairs. He joins us on the Breakfast Grille to talk about ICON's research and consulting work, and how he's moved forward from his previous ventures.
The Morning Run crew gives you their take on today's business headlines: Puncak Niaga has filed a RM14 billion lawsuit against the Selangor Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali, his predecessor Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim and the state government over the takeover of the state’s water industry.The claims the company made include the loss of business opportunities, locally and abroad, totalling RM13.5 billion. 5:05 - Latest news is that Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani saying the government is not making any U-turn on the freeze of approvals to develop properties above RM1 million. Johari also said the government is looking into the timeline and study the number of unsold units. What are the reasons behind the mismatch in supply and demand? We discuss this.