04 October 2021
Cybercriminals are targeting mobile banking in southeast Asia as the continuing Covid-19 pandemic forces people to pay online, according to global cybersecurity firm Kaspersky’s latest mobile threat report.
Mobile banking Trojan attacks in the region surged 60% in the second quarter of 2021 versus the same period last year, the report found.Find out more
25 August 2021
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10 February 2021
The use of collaboration tools has increased dramatically. For instance, Microsoft alone saw an increase of 12 million new users on Teams as companies shifted to remote work during the pandemic. This change, together with the increased use of video streaming, gaming, and social media platforms, has driven bandwidth needs up abruptly.
Telia Carrier owns and operates one of the world’s most extensive fiber backbones and recently reported that “every day of the week now looks like a Sunday” in terms of backbone network load, with Sunday evenings being the traditional traffic peak. Verizon has revealed that its overall data volume increased by 19% when compared to pre-COVID-19 levels, with peak web traffic increasing by 30%. Data demand spikes have been documented in India and in Malaysia as well.Find out more
10 February 2021
Southern Asian telecom operators, like their counterparts across the rest of the world, have been preparing for 5G for some time. After all the hype, 5G is here. Yet the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the upsurge in traffic usage might prove to be a valuable learning experience as operators ready themselves for 5G.
The most obvious difference for operators came about as countries in Southern Asia imposed strict lockdown measures limiting people’s movement. From Bangalore to Bangkok and from Karachi to Kula Lumpur, businesses switched almost overnight to remote working, leisure and social activities went online and school children in many countries in the region joined virtual lessons – or worse still, had their education put on hold altogether.Find out more