Anonymous: ‘We Will Shutdown China’ in Support of Hong Kong Protestors
By Shannon Tiezzi
Singapore Cracks the Whip on Cyber ‘Terrorism’
By Kirsten Han
Anonymous Could Be Caned in Singapore
Members of the worldwide hacktivist collective also face fines and jail time.
After Threats of a Crackdown, Hackers Deface PM Lee’s Website
Anonymous continues attacks in the wake of Singapore’s new Internet regulations.
Sore Loser: Philippine Candidate Loses Election, Burns Down Daycare Center
Also: Miss World in orphanage collapse, Singapore cybersecurity.
Cyberattacks Bring Down South Korean Govt Websites
On the anniversary of the start of the Korean War, cyberattacks bring down the ROK President’s websites.
Anonymous: We Have Stolen North Korean Military Documents
In the latest salvo in #OpNorthKorea, the hacktivist collective claims it will release the documents on June 25.
The Week in Asia
Coup rumors in China and India, and a Chinese economic slowdown feature in our weekly roundup of the news you might have missed this week in Asia.
Israel, China and Cyber Security
Finland, Israel and Sweden have the best prepared cyber defenses, a report says. China and India are lagging.
A Tough Cyber Year
From Stuxnet to Anonymous, it has been a year of high-profile cyber attacks. Expect plenty more in 2012.