Cybersecurity is becoming increasingly challenging as identifying attackers by their weaponry is difficult to their invisible nature wherein attacks can be launched by a group of hacktivist or sponsored by a nation, according to an expert.
Bahrain's government is now capable of confronting any cyber attackers, it was revealed yesterday (March 24).
The Central Informatics Organisation (CIO) data security directorate's general director Shaikh Salman bin Mohamm
A majority of information technology decision makers in the UAE believed that their organisations were victims of cyber attacks in the last 12 months, and almost all of them expect to be targeted again this year, according to a recent survey.
The speed, convenience and anonymity of the Internet are continuously being exploited by cybercriminals who are relentlessly upping their game by launching brute force targeted attacks against organisations across the Middle East and North Afric
A new study has shown that 20 per cent of government employees share their passwords, risking leaks of ‘sensitive’ and ‘confidential’ information.
They could risk state security as they become easy targets
Bahrain is to step up efforts to strengthen information security amid mounting cyber threats.
Interior Minister Lieutenant General Shaikh Rashid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa sounded the alarm as he opened the first-ever Bahrain Informat
The new law on cybercrime, approved by Bahrain’s King Hamad and enacted recently, seeks to reduce crimes by establishing penalties to protect public interest.
Under the law, illegal access to an IT system or part of it carri
Combating terrorism and cyber security were highlighted by a panel of experts at a discussion in Bahrain held yesterday (February 1).
The event, Geo-economics and Geopolitics of Transnational Organised Crime, was held by the Inter
Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered what they say is technical evidence linking the massive breach at Sony Corp's Hollywood studio with attacks in South Korea and the Middle East.
Moscow-based security software maker Kasp
With Christmas around the corner, the shopping frenzy will begin as consumers find good deals and retailers increase their sales revenues, but they are not the only ones that benefit from the shopping craze, according to an expert.