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GENERAL

Thailand tops region for ransomware attacks

Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 14/05/2024

» Thailand had the most ransomware attacks in Southeast Asia last year, according to the Russia-based cybersecurity company Kaspersky.

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WORLD

US-China to discuss arms control and artificial intelligence

Published on 07/05/2024

» WASHINGTON - US and Chinese diplomats plan to meet later this month to begin what amounts to the first, tentative arms control talks over the use of artificial intelligence.

GENERAL

Cybercriminals using AI for attacks

Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 27/04/2024

» Cyber-attacks will increasingly use artificial intelligence (AI) to speed up their post-exploitation activities at targeted organisations, according to Palo Alto Networks.

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WORLD

South Korean defence firms ‘hacked by North’

Published on 23/04/2024

» SEOUL - Major North Korean hacking groups have mounted “all-out” cyber attacks against South Korean defence companies for more than a year, breaching the firms’ internal networks and stealing technical data, South Korean police said on Tuesday.

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THAILAND

Thais bombarded with most fraudulent messages

News, Onnucha Hutasingh, Published on 28/03/2024

» Thais received the highest number of fraudulent messages in Asia in 2023, with over 58 million messages received, according to the caller identification application, Whoscall.

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GENERAL

The shape of finance to come

Business, Published on 18/03/2024

» Virtual banks are on the horizon after the Royal Gazette published on March 4 the criteria for companies applying for a licence.

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TECH

Japan urges Line operator to improve data protection

Published on 05/03/2024

» Japan’s communications ministry on Tuesday urged LY Corp, the operator of the Line messaging app, to strengthen the protection of users’ personal data following a massive data breach.

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GENERAL

Trojan attacks zero in on Thailand

Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 28/02/2024

» Thailand has become a target for Trojan malware stealing facial recognition biometric data, while a survey found the country faced a higher rate of cyber-attacks than the global average during the last six months of 2023, according to leading cybersecurity firms.

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WORLD

China ‘hacked Dutch defence network’

Published on 06/02/2024

» THE HAGUE, Netherlands - Chinese state-backed cyber spies hacked into an internal computer network at the Dutch Ministry of Defence last year, intelligence agencies in the Netherlands said in a rare report published on Tuesday.

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LIFE

Rabbit R1's AI action intrigues

Life, James Hein, Published on 31/01/2024

» A new device out of CES 2024 in Las Vegas caught my eye. At first glance, the Rabbit R1 doesn't look all that interesting. It's a US$199 (in America), orange, handheld device that looks like an old-style gaming machine of some kind about the size of a stack of Post-It notes. It comes with a 2.88-inch touchscreen, a camera, a voice command button and a 4G LTE SIM card slot for connectivity beyond Wi-Fi. This is not a smartphone and won't replace it as there are no onboard apps, it won't pair with your smartphone and it doesn't talk to application APIs like cloud service gateways.