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微软: 若改模式进军数字商贸-传统公司须做好网络安全

(吉隆坡25日讯)(吉隆坡25日讯)微软政府网络安全政策与战略主任凯雅指出,数字商贸越加重要,一些传统公司若改变商业模式,受促先做好网络安全的防备工作,确保公司在投资更多领域时不会面对问题。

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Microsoft: Malaysia can be key cybersecurity player

KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia has the potential to be a key cybersecurity player in the South-East Asian region.

During the recent TN50 Roundtable Discussion on Cybersecurity here, keynote speaker Kaja Cligic, Government Cybersecurity Policy and Strategy director of Microsoft, also said more focus should be given to areas such as cloud computing, big data and innovation.

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Malaysia has matured cyber security policy: Microsoft director

KUALA LUMPUR (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) – Microsoft data reveals that 556 million people are victims of cybercrimes each year.

Equipped with comprehensive basic infrastructures in cybersecurity, Malaysia can be the regional leader in cybersecurity policy sharing its experience in Asean, says Kaja Ciglic, director of government cybersecurity policy and strategy of Microsoft.

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Microsoft: Malaysia can be key cybersecurity player

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has the potential to be a key cybersecurity player in the South East Asian region.

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Focus Malaysia: Erosion in Consumers’ Buying Power
Focus Malaysia: Erosion in Consumers’ Buying Power

What would happen when salary growth is less than the inflationary rate? We are now in a transformation stage where both talents and corporations need to adjust and find a new equilibrium.

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Event: TN50 Policy Roundtable Discussion on Cyber Security

Date: 25th May 2017 Venue: DEWAN KRM BUKIT KIARA, Kompleks Rakan Muda Bukit Kiara, Jalan Bukit Kiara 1, 60000 Kuala Lumpur Organised by: Centre for Research, Advisory & Technology (CREATE) Strategy Partner: Microsoft Malaysia Supported by: Transformasi Negara 2050 (TN50) As we all know that there has been an increased focus on Cyber over the […]

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FMT: Challenges posed by an ageing population

PETALING JAYA: As the average working Malaysian struggles with the rising cost of living, stagnant wages and low savings or none, a pertinent question to ask is: how will they cope when they retire?

The question becomes more frightening when one takes into account the increasing numbers of the elderly. What does the future hold for Malaysia after 2046, when those aged above 60 – the current retirement age – outnumber those below 15 years of age?

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