• Close the gender gap in cybersecurity

    In recent years, more and more women have climbed the corporate ladder to occupy important positions in the business world serving as role models for young girls. However, according to Kaspersky Lab’s “Beyond 11 Percent: A Study into Why Women Are Not Entering Cybersecurity“, cybersecurity remains largely untapped by women, accounting for only 11% of the total workforce in the industry. The report outlines some interesting facts on why cybersecurity continues to be a difficult career for women to break into. According to the report, women in cybersecurity face a harsh reality: often being the only female in a room full of men – which may be one of the…

  • Welcome on board, Siang Tiong!

    Global cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab has announced the appointment of Yeo Siang Tiong as its new General Manager for the Southeast Asia (SEA) region with strategic focus on Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. As he takes up the leadership role over the company’s business in SEA, Yeo will be responsible for further implementing the company’s strategic business vision for the region’s SMB and enterprise markets and accelerating the growth of the Kaspersky Lab’s industrial cybersecurity solutions and services across various sectors in all of six SEA countries. He will report directly to Stephan Neumeier, Managing Director of Kaspersky Lab Asia Pacific. “I’m excited to be a part…

  • Kaspersky Lab reveals 25% of Internet users had an account hacked in 2015

    New research by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International shows that in the last 12 months one in four Internet users had at least one of their online accounts hacked, leading to unauthorized messages being sent out in the user’s name, sometimes with a malicious link included, and the loss or theft of personal data. However, another study shows that, despite this, just 38% of consumers create strong passwords for every account and over half (57%) store passwords insecurely.

  • On-Gals!

    Babbling, babbling, boo, blah, bu, sa, sha….. At a glance, I thought I was watching a group of Korean comedians speaking on tongues on stage. My dear sister-in-law passed us 4 tickets to the On-Gals comedy performance, which was in conjunction with the KL International Comedy Fest, curated by Harith Iskandar.

  • Ok done the 10KM run, my first ever

    Ok, not my first 10KM, as I have participated in some runs in the past while I was still in school, however, none of the run I complete them.  I mean running from the start till the end before giving up half way.  Certificate also really malu to collect.  Since I did not complete the run, so for what I want to show off. Until recent years, I started cycling and running.  I have gathered few medals in the race as well as rides I participated, but none of them is for run.

  • Brother International Harnessing The Power of Innovation for 105 Years

    With a rich history that began in 1908, Brother International has grown from humble beginnings into a diversified multinational corporation. While its technology and business activities have evolved over time, a foundation of strong leadership and the harnessing of the power of innovation has remained a constant throughout Brother’s history. Challenges lead to opportunities for the leading Japanese maker of printers, Multi-Function Centres (MFCs), fax machines, labellers, label printers and sewing machines, which is branching out into new ventures.

  • New Embroidery Machines With Built-in DISNEY Designs

    Brother International Malaysia, a leader in home and business IT peripherals that focuses on the ‘Customer-First’ approach is raising the bar on industry trends and technology advancement once again by introducing a new series of embroidery and home sewing machines featuring a multitude of built-in licensed DISNEY characters templates: the Innov-ís 4500D and Innov-ís 1500D that offer precise performance on any project under the needle for homes, SOHOs customers and the textile industry.