Accenture study reveals only 30 percent of organizations are very confident in internet security.
As cybercrime becomes more sophisticated and even a method of warfare, technologies such as machine learning, Big Data, and blockchain will become prominent.
Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, finds out from Tarry Singh, a top AI expert, how AI is driving the economic growth of the maritime industry to its next stage of evolution.
Turning the tide of piracy and attacks is not a difficult operation in terms of military and law enforcement.
"We look towards the EU, China and the United States to join forces and deploy naval capacity in the Gulf of Guinea to end this constant threat to seafarers."
Attribution in the case of state-sponsored attacks is vital but insufficient; consequences must follow.
“Illicit trade not only hurts consumers and takes revenue away from governments, it threatens the security of nations by supporting transnational criminal syndicates and terrorist groups."
Rapidly evolving cyber and technological threats are the most significant potential blind spots; we still do not fully appreciate the vulnerability of networked societies.
76 incidents of piracy and armed robbery reported in Asia between January to December 2018.
By having someone that is smarter than a world-class hacker at your side. Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, finds that out and more from Andrew Tsonchev, director of Darktrace Industrial.