Graduates of the Fortinet Network Security Academy (FNSA) program will boost the Philippines’ long-term cyber defense capabilities against increasingly sophisticated threats.
Security firm Palo Alto Networks has collaborated with Asia Pacific College (APC) to launch the first cybersecurity academy in the Philippines.
The Philippines has been in the same spot since 2017 next to list-toppers Indonesia and Malaysia, respectively.
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The Kaspersky Antidrone can automatically spot, identify, and prohibit unmanned aircraft from entering restricted areas. This is all done without damaging the drone.
Capitalizing on weak security of Internet of Things (IoT) products, cybercriminals are intensifying their attempts to create and monetize IoT botnets.
In certain scenarios, the presence of a robot can have a big impact on people’s willingness to give out access to secure buildings.
Kaspersky’s report showed that many companies are flouting reporting guidelines – perhaps to avoid regulatory punishments and public disclosure that can harm their reputation.