International think tank Stratbase Institute is urging the government to fortify the country’s cybersecurity posture by increasing investments in this tech sector.
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PBBM backs proposed legislation to beef up government’s cybersecurity program – Presidential Communications Office
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. expressed his support on Wednesday to the recommendation of the Private Sector Advisory Council (PSAC) Digital Infrastructure Group to certify as “priority legislation” the three bills pending in the Senate in line with the Philippine Digital Transformation Framework to strengthen cybersecurity efforts.
Press Release - Gatchalian sees robust regional collaboration for critical infrastructure development at APPF
Senator Win Gatchalian envisions strengthened cooperation among Asia Pacific economies for the development of critical infrastructures in the face of global risks such as cyberattacks, natural disasters, and other disruptive events.
Press Release - Senator Mark Villar Commends President BBM For Essential AI Partnerships, Urges Development of AI Framework
Senator Mark Villar commends President Bongbong Marcos for leading the Philippine government's efforts in securing partnerships on artificial intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity from Silicon Valley companies. He notes, however, that the Philippines has a lot of work to do for the adoption of AI as no other measure or action has been made for its regulation or development except for the 2019 Philippine AI Roadmap.
MANILA, Philippines — Tiniyak ng Department of Health (DOH) na nakatanggap ito ng ulat na nakompromiso at nagkaroon ng "COVID-19 vaccination data leak" mula sa Pilipinas, bagay na hawak ng World Health Organization.
THE leadership of the House of Representatives has formed a cybersecurity committee to prevent a repeat of what happened last month when its website was defaced by hackers, an incident which is being investigated as a possible “inside job.”
Senator Win Gatchalian urged regulators to strengthen consumer protection from various online financial frauds amid the continuing proliferation of such incidents especially with the onset of the Christmas holidays.
MANILA, Philippines — The government is bracing for possible attacks by cyber criminals who may take advantage of the long weekend to sow havoc in cyberspace.