Philippine Military to Create ‘Cyber Command’ to Combat Online Attacks
By Sebastian Strangio
Gen. Romeo Brawner said that the country is being subject to daily attacks by malicious actors, some of them foreign.
South Korea-US Alliance Is at a Critical Juncture for Cybersecurity Cooperation
By Jiwon Ma
Washington and Seoul have a strong foundation upon which to build their cyber partnerships.
Vanuatu Government Struggling Back Online After Cyberattack
By Dechlan Brennan
The small Pacific Island nation is still recovering from a suspected cyberattack in November, underscoring vulnerabilities across the region.
A Recent Chinese Hack Is a Wake-up Call for the Security of the World’s Software Supply Chain
By John Speed Meyers
The almost unnoticed hack of MiMi points to a growing trend of software supply chain attacks, including by the Chinese government.
Chinese Hackers Reportedly Target India’s Power Grid
By David Rising
A U.S.-based private cybersecurity company says Chinese hackers targeted seven Indian electrical dispatch and grid control centers near a disputed border.
Washington and Seoul Seek to Diversify the South Korea-US Alliance Through Cyber
By Jason Bartlett
There’s more to bilateral cyber cooperation than keeping tabs on North Korean hackers.
Hotels and Free Wi-Fi Are Sitting Ducks for North Korean Cybercriminals
By Jason Bartlett
North Korea has a track record of conducting sophisticated cyberattacks from unexpected locations through highly creative means.
Cybersecurity Should Be a Priority for the Moon-Biden Summit
By Troy Stangarone
Cyber risks will only continue to grow as more of our daily lives become digital and interconnected.
Chinese Hackers Blamed for Massive Microsoft Server Hack
By Associated Press
The hack – believed to have initially targeted U.S. think tanks – eventually compromised hundreds of thousands of businesses and organizations.
Japanese Companies Fall Victim To Unprecedented Wave of Cyber Attacks
By Thisanka Siripala
The growing invasion of cyberspace from hackers has left Japanese companies scrambling to strengthen cyber security efforts.
US Congress to Mull Legislation Around the Internet of Things
By Abhijnan Rej
The move comes as China actively seeks to exploit IoT vulnerabilities as well as set technical standards.
Data Brokers: A Weak Link in National Security
By Dymples Leong and Teo Yi-Ling
Banning TikTok and other Chinese apps won’t solve a thing if China can simply buy the data it wants from private brokers.