22 May 2012

Cyberincidents have become a serious threat


Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Seri Maximus Johnity Ongkili says cyberincidents have become a serious threat to socio-economic development and national security.
From only 2,123 incidents in 2008, complaints received by CyberSecurity Malaysia had risen to 8,090 in 2010 and 15,218 last year..................
The internet and information technology have become a double-edged sword, offering development opportunities as well as opportunities to commit crime.........
Taking cloud computing as an example, he said although the future looked bright for most Asian economies as it was already in the process of fully embracing cloud computing, the security issues were not well addressed to allow more companies to confidently move to cloud computing.
This security concern was hindering the increase in business agility and cost reductions for organisations...........
Only 60 out of 400 organisations identified as the country's Critical National Infrastructure (CNII) were ISO/IEC 270001 Information Security Management System (ISMS) certified.
The figure was far from satisfactory and the main pullback for organisations to be compliant was their apathy and "never mind" attitude.
ISMS is an internationally recognised standard for information management which is equivalent to the quality management standard of ISO...............

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