CYBER security took centre stage yesterday as the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation – Computer Emergency Response Team (OIC-CERT) held its 2014 annual conference and 6th annual general meeting at the Rizqun International Hotel.
ORGANISATIONS should be aware of cyber threats, and appreciate that better preparedness to face them makes both business and operational sense.
SMALL business or companies are just as likely to be targets of cybercrimes as larger companies because their networks can be hijacked to be used for other malicious activities.
AS COMPANIES in the region go online, they face cybersecurity challenges in an evolving business landscape with new threats and security systems that are often too fragmented and complex.
Dalam menangani masalah sekuriti siber, ia tidak sepatutnya hanya bergantung kepada teknologi atau membeli peralatan dan perisian khusus sahaja tetapi harus merangkumi penekanan kepada budaya korporat, pendidikan serta kesedaran.
Sekuriti siber mempunyai potensi besar bagi pembangunan ekonomi dan juga mempunyai kesan yang besar kepada sekuriti negara.
Negara Brunei Darussalam juga tidak dapat lari daripada menghadapi beberapa ancaman jenayah siber di mana antara yang dilaporkan di negara ini adalah kecurian identiti (Identity Theft) iaitu melibatkan akaun pengguna seperti di laman sosial termasuk Facebook dan Twitter yang digunakan oleh pihak-pihak tidak bertanggungjawab.
Negara Brunei Darussalam buat julung kalinya menjadi tuan rumah kepada Persidangan Tahunan dan Mesyuarat Am Tahunan (AGM) Keenam 2014 Pertubuhan Kerjasama Islam - Pasukan Tindakan Kecemasan Komputer (OIC-CERT).
Pertubuhan Kerjasama Islam - Pasukan Tindakan Kecemasan Komputer (OIC-CERT) menyifatkan keselamatan siber adalah amat penting bagi semua sektor sekali gus memberikan tumpuan kepada cabaran bagi mengurus ancaman siber dan risiko sambil mencari peluang-peluang ekonomi daripadanya.
Challenges of managing cyber threats and the risks while searching for economical opportunities in cyber security was the main focus of the annual general meeting of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation- Computer Emergency Response Team, OIC-CERT.
Local Information and Cyber Security company ITPSS Sdn Bhd, in its role as Brunei Computer Emergency Response Team (BruCERT) will play host to the forthcoming Organization of Islamic Cooperation – Computer Emergency Response Team (OIC-CERT) Annual Conference & 6th Annual General Meeting in Brunei Darussalam from 20-22 October 2014.
Brunei’s national computer emergency response team, BruCERT, has become a new full member of the Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST), a highly respected non-profit global association whose mission is to make the Internet a safer place for everyone.
A group of lecturers and students from Cosmopolitan College of Commerce and Technology (CCCT) who are currently studying Diploma in Information Technology visited ITPSS as part of their studies in Business Computing.
ITPSS was invited by Seri Begawan Religious Teachers University College (KUPUSB) to conduct an ICT security awareness talk for 150 students and faculty members.
To celebrate the Royal Brunei Police Force’s (RBPF) 93rd Anniversary, a Police Day exhibition that highlights the functions, roles and responsibilities of the police force was held at the Airport Mall. RBPF invited BruCERT to partake in the exhibition for two days, April 24-25th, 2014.
Two hundred and thirty students of Meragang Sixth Form Centre attended a talk on IT security awareness yesterday afternoon, conducted by Brunei Computer Emergency Response Team (BruCERT).
RTB’s Pilihan FM English Section and Brunei Computer Emergency Response Team (BruCERT) are collaborating on a new radio program in April to promote awareness of Internet safety and information security among the Bruneian public.
Over three hundred Year 7 students of Maktab Sains Paduka Seri Begawan Sultan attended a talk on information security this afternoon as part of the school’s Orientation Week program for the new students.