Monday, September 27, 2021
PH senator calls for strong cyber defense structure vs China | Headline PH

PH senator calls for strong cyber defense structure vs China

  In 2016, Finland-based cybersecurity firm F-Secure traced to China a malware used to spy on the Philippine Government and other parties related to the territorial dispute in the West Philippine Sea. Cyber espionage attacks are...
“It’s time” to face up to the threat posed by China | Headline PH

“It’s time” to face up to the threat posed by China

POPULAR CHINESE military scientist Sun Tzu once said: “Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.” Apparently, this serves as a sort of inspiration for the...
China tightens rein over firms with large user data | Headline PH

China tightens rein over firms with large user data

  China’s cyberspace regulators are imposing tighter restrictions on data collection and data storage. The China government even urges companies to list locally.   HONG KONG — Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) regulators are targeting companies with...
Didi app removed from app store for cyber-security risks | Headline PH

Didi app removed from app store for cyber-security risks

  China’s primary ride-hailing application, Didi, was removed from app stores for “serious” problems concerning the collection and use of customer data.   HONG KONG — China’s Internet regulator, the Cyberspace Administration of China conducted an investigation...
Tokyo Games breached | Headline PH

Tokyo Games breached

  Unauthorized access to an information-sharing tool that Fujitsu Ltd developed has hit the organizing committee of the Tokyo Olympics, the latest data breach said sources familiar with the matter. Leaked were personal information from a...
500+ million Facebook personal data leaked | Headline PH

500+ million Facebook personal data leaked

WASHINGTON — Personal data for more than 500 million Facebook users has been published on hacking forums in one of the biggest lapses of data protection for the social network so far. According to media...
NoKor engineers cyber-attacks to SoKor since China trade cut off | Headline PH

NoKor engineers cyber-attacks to SoKor since China trade cut off

SEOUL — North Korea has ramped up its hacking activities against South Korea to make up for the loss of trade with China caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic. According to a report compiled by...
Chinese hackers attack Indian vaccine manufacturers | Headline PH

Chinese hackers attack Indian vaccine manufacturers

SINGAPORE — A cyber intelligence firm based in Singapore reveals that a Chinese state-backed hacking group has targeted the IT systems of two Indian vaccine manufacturers whose coronavirus shots are being used in the...
Curb crimes thriving on social media, or else—Senate | Headline PH

Curb crimes thriving on social media, or else—Senate

MANILA — Philippine senators are disturbed by the alarming rise in the incidence of online sexual exploitation of women and children (OSAEC) and other crimes thriving via social media platforms and urge the social...
Cyber gang hacks Oxford University lab | Headline PH

Cyber gang hacks Oxford University lab

OXFORD, England — Showing the apparent dangers of online and internet processes and the extent of cyber criminality across the globe, an Oxford University biology laboratory researching Covid-19 has been hacked by a cyber...

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Robredo firm at solidifying a united opposition | Headline PH

Robredo firm at solidifying a united opposition

  Working on the remaining time that could be mustered to unite a strong opposition before considering her plans for the national elections, Vice-President Maria...
Poverty could push people to illegal logging, mining | Headline PH

Poverty could push people to illegal logging, mining

  “Economic gains cannot outweigh anything that endangers the life of nature and the very life of our people in general," says Bishop Socrates Mesiona. Pandemic-induced...
Rights activist warns vs China's universal extradition law | Headline PH

Rights activist warns vs China’s universal extradition law

  China is remolding Hong Kong in its own authoritarian image, armed with a national security law that outlaws dissent and has crushed its democracy...