The value of cashless payments rose to $9.9 billion for 2018.
Mobile phone penetration reaches 25.05 million according to a report.
The Cyber Security Asia 2019 conference kicks off in Phnom Penh on Nov 4.
Cambodian businesses are increasingly reliant on the internet.
SEA is still slow to address the pressing need for developing cybersecurity specialists.
Cyber experts from around the world will gather in Phnom Penh.
The Asean leaders are to gather in Bangkok this weekend for the 34th Asean Summit. Under the theme “Advancing Partnership for Sustainable Development”.
This shift towards a tech-centric culture means people are at a much higher risk of cyberattacks. Here are five futuristic ways to fight cyberattacks.
Huawei insists to continue to invest in 5G and cybersecurity.
Losses from the theft of cryptocurrencies from exchanges and fraud-related activities surged in the first quarter of the year.
East Asia has overtaken North America as the most ‘data rich’ region. But Asia is already at the doorstep of the next big disruption with 5G. Is that a boon or bane? Hosuk Lee-Makiyama tries to answer this question.
Huawei urges governments and the telecoms industry to set cybersecurity standards.
Hackers working on behalf of Chinese intelligence breached the network of Norwegian software firm Visma to steal secrets from its clients
Vietnet Distribution JSC is now an official distributor in Cambodia for LogRhythm.
An Information Ministry official has warned that the development of new technologies can also have a negative effect on a nation.
Vietnet is now the distributor in Cambodia for global cybersecurity giant Forcepoint.
Partnering up with tech associations to boost the transfer of technology.
Three governmental agencies issue warn against the sale of cryptocurrencies.
Vietnamese legislators approve a cybersecurity law that tightens control of the internet.
A struggle over internet laws in Vietnam is pitting a government keen on maintaining tight control against US technology companies trying to fight off onerous new rules – with the country’s online dissidents among the biggest losers.
Phan Le argues that data localisation in Vietnam would not improve data privacy and could increase the chances of security breaches, given the country’s relatively less-developed IT infrastructure and workforce.
Within a few decades, the internet has transformed the global economy and rendered the old Westphalian order increasingly obsolete.