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    'Payment sent': Travel giant CWT pays US$4.5m ransom to cyber criminals

    U.S. travel management firm CWT paid US$4.5 million this week to hackers who stole reams of sensitive corporate files and said they had knocked ...
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    26 vulnerabilities detected from 2nd Singapore Govt bug bounty programme

    The top local hacker is Samuel Eng, who found four of the validated vulnerabilities and got a bounty of US$1,750 as a result.
  3. It has been an uphill climb for cybersecurity.

    Commentary: Here's how to win the cybersecurity arms race

    One advantage cybersecurity departments have over hackers is this - hackers cannot work in the open, says Red Hat's Dirk-Peter van Leeuwen.
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    Commentary: Time to fix your bad cyber habits

    After last year's cybersecurity lapses, we should resolve to be more careful this year, says one observer.
  5. FILE PHOTO: A man takes part in a hacking contest during the Def Con hacker convention in Las Vegas

    Commentary: A safer online playground powered by hackers

    What businesses and government bodies need is a paradigm shift to expose cybersecurity systems to the outside and enlist hackers to exploit ...
  6. AntiHack.me founders

    Singapore start-up catches computer bugs for a living, and wants more to do the same

    AntiHack.me is hoping to change how people think about cybersecurity services, and how pay-as-you-use methods like bug bounties could play a ...