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15-09-2017
創科創投基金

政府已於2017年9月15日推出「創科創投基金」。該計劃現正接受風險投資基金申請成為共同投資伙伴(截止日期:2018年1月15日)。簡介會將於2017年10月3日於香港科學園舉行,歡迎風險投資基金出席。

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24-05-2019
Insurance claims processing edges closer to what consumers want

Making an insurance claim is riding a bicycle up a mountain during a typhoon in the dark – prepare for a long battle. DBA Bank Hong Kong and Sun Life Hong Kong are banding together in what they claim will be an easier way to submit hospitalization and accidents claims, and a faster claim payout.The two organizations are riding on the HKMA’s Faster Payment System (FPS) to enable individual insurance claimants to submit claims online using the eClaims feature of the My Sun Life HK app.  The catch, of course, is that you have to be a DBS Bank Hong Kong customer as the process makes use of and DBS’ Application Programming Interface (API) solution, IDEAL RAPID to facilitate real-time payment.Sun Life says the eClaims solution covers over 95% of all claims that the insurer receives. The collaboration is said to promise settlement of claims within 24 hours at the earliest.The condition is that the client must select FPS as the payment option, assign a mobile phone number or email address to receive the claim payments. There is no need to disclose their bank account details, and no need to queue at a bank to deposit the check.“We are excited to support Sun Life to be the forerunner in the HK insurance market to streamline end-to-end claims processing.  DBS’ cutting edge solution, RAPID, together with FPS makes the customer journey seamless.  The reimbursement of claims can be quick and paid to the policy holder’s account in as fast as 24 hours,” said Sohfern Boey, Managing Director and Head of Global Transaction Services at DBS Bank Hong Kong.The promise of faster payout, however, is limited to individual accident benefits only and is still subject to the terms and conditions of FPS and My Sun Life HK app. There is always a catch somewhere. Caption: Image from iStockPhoto/tommaso79

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24-05-2019
Only 2 pct of Singapore banks are MAS 610 / 1003 ready

The latest Wolters Kluwer’s Finance, Risk & Reporting (FRR) research revealed that 76% of banks surveyed are still in the data gap analysis stage of preparing for upcoming regulations MAS 610 / 1003 - with 76% of banks surveyed stating that they still in the preparatory phase.Among surveyed institutions, only 2% have already gone live while another 2% are in the User Acceptance Testing stage of their preparation. Just 16% reported that they were in the data loading /Extract Transform Load creation stage with 4% reporting there were in the process of setting up a solution.Although the deadline is still some time off, that time is passing rapidly, Wolters Kluwer has warned. In fact, banks need to take great care that their preparations remain on track, to ensure the deadline is met.Figure 1: Top challenges for banks going into MAS 610 / 1003 complianceSource: Wolters Kluwer 2019The scope of new proposals in the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s (MAS) overhaul of the MAS 610 reporting regime for banks has been far reaching with banks now preparing to meet the new obligations. The core set of returns that banks file to the MAS are being revised to require information at a far more granular level. In fact, the number of data elements that firms have to report will rise from about 4,000 to approximately 300,000. Consequently, banks active in the country are updating their infrastructure to comply with the regulatory developments.“In line with global norms, regulators in APAC are placing greater emphasis on the qualitative aspect of report automation. It is no longer sufficient to just have the right answer; banks must also explain how the answer was derived. Financial institutions need to demonstrate quality of data and are increasingly discouraged from using manual processes in regulatory reporting and other important business functions,” noted Wouter Delbaere, Singapore-based Director of Regulatory Reporting, APAC, for Wolters Kluwer FRR.Figure 2: Preparing for MAS 610 / 1003Source: Wolters Kluwer 2019More than 30 banks took part in the survey, with a strong contingent of mid-sized firms in the respondents.“While the industry is digesting the impact of a big regulatory overhaul of initiatives such as the MAS 610 returns, it is recommended that firms also consider solutions which help them limit their exposure to regulatory change,” Delbaere added. “Automatic updates to data requirements and out of the box business logic based on any changes to regulatory calculations, forms, validation rules, and delivery can help firms rest assured that they are meeting their regulatory obligations at all times.”Watch the video to know more about MAS 610 / 1003 Caption: Image from iStockPhoto/RichVintage

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24-05-2019
Chinese investors gobble up US$61.5B in assets ETFs but trading mentality persists

The Cerulli Edge—Asian Monthly Product Trends Edition, May 2019 issue, reported that passive products in China scored a record performance in 2018 and the first quarter of 2019. During these 18 months, ETFs—excluding money market ETFs—saw their assets surge by 84.1% to hit RMB412.6 billion (US$61.5 billion). Index funds, including index-listed open-end funds (LOFs), grew at 83.4% to RMB220.0 billion.Accounting for 65% of passive assets, ETFs attracted record-high inflows in 2018, at RMB189.6 billion, mostly due to inflows to equity ETFs in late 2018. By the end of March 2019, equity ETFs took 94.6% of total ETF assets or 61.7% of total passive assets.Traditional broad-based index ETFs, which are a subset of equity ETFs, make up most ETF assets in China, accounting for more than 60% of the total. However, many products with new themes and strategies have emerged in recent years.Among them are state-owned enterprise (SOE) reform ETFs, the main contributors to thematic ETFs’ assets. Such products are targeted mainly at SOEs and institutional investors and are designed to support SOE reforms.Regional integration is a newer theme, developed in 2018 along with the central government’s blueprints for several key regions. So far, two ETFs with such themes have been launched—one for the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region, and another for the Hangzhou Bay Area. A third—the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area ETF—is on the way, with Ping An Fund Management receiving regulatory approval for the fund last December.Measures by the SEBI to reduce the costs of mutual fund investments for retail investors have also encouraged managers to promote AIFs, as they seek alternative sources of revenues. AIFs’ flexibility in charging fees makes these funds an attractive proposition for managers looking to boost their revenues.Despite the positive performance seen in passive funds, ETF investing could be regarded more as trading activity, rather than as long-term investments. For example, the outflows of RMB18.5 million from ETFs in the first quarter of 2019 could have been due to profit-taking activities. There was also a surge in ETF trading volume to RMB314.3 billion in March 2019, compared to an average monthly volume of about RMB150 billion from January 2018 to February 2019.Nevertheless, there may be no better time than now to promote passive products in China, as investors’ awareness of such products has been raised by market movements and managers’ consistent efforts to educate investors.“There is ample room for fund managers to explore areas such as further industry segmentation; new technology or economy themes; environmental, social, and governance; multi-factor smart beta; and overseas exposure. There is also potential to expand bond and commodity ETF offerings, which are still limited and lack diversity,” said Miao Hui, senior analyst with Cerulli Associate. “Innovation will be essential for small and mid-sized managers and new entrants to win meaningful market shares.” Caption: Image by iStockPhoto/Asia-Pacific Images Studio

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24-05-2019
PDPO violation gets Citibank Hong Kong HK$10,000 fine

Citibank Hong Kong has been fined HK$10,000 after pleading guilty to committing a direct marketing offense involving violating the Personal Data Privacy Ordinance.The bank admitted in Kowloon City Magistrates' Court to have failed to comply with a requirement from a data subject to cease using his personal data in direct marketing.The Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (PCPD) took action against the bank in response to a complaint received in 2016. The complainant had applied for a credit card online in August 2016, opting out of the use of his personal data in direct marketing during the application process.But despite opting out, the complainant still received a direct marketing call from the bank two month later promoting insurance services.Under section 35G(3) of the Ordinance (issued December 2015), data users receiving a customer's request for cessation of using personal data in marketing must comply with the request without charge and face penalties of up to HK$500,000 and imprisonment of up to three years for non-compliance.“To avoid causing a nuisance to customers, organizations should maintain an opt-out list with customers who do not wish to receive further marketing approaches,” Privacy Commissioner Stephen Kai-yi Wong said.“The opt-out list should be updated regularly and distributed to the staff members of relevant departments in a timely manner. Standing procedures with regard to accessing and updating the opt-out list should be in place, with appropriate training provided to staff members as well.”* Editor’s note: I get a lot of emails and describe unsubscribing to some of these, I still receive mails from the same senders. Maybe its high time I start speaking to the PCPD about it.First published on Computerworld Hong Kong Caption: Image from iStockPhoto/ymgerman

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24-05-2019
Verizon Media reveals Hong Kong expansion program

Verizon Media will expand its Yahoo Studio production studio in Hong Kong as part of its growth strategy for the market

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24-05-2019
Bitglass APJ channel boss Brendon Thwaites exits

Cloud security solutions provider Bitglass' regional channel boss Brendon Thwaites has left the company

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24-05-2019
Cisco ties security/SD-WAN gear with Teridion cloud WAN service

An agreement links Cisco Meraki MX Security/SD-WAN appliances and its Auto VPN technology to Teridion’s cloud-based WAN service

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24-05-2019
On-demand rental marketplace launches in Singapore

MyRent, a peer-to-peer on-demand rental marketplace, has launched in Singapore.MyRent allows Singaporeans to rent items including photography and sporting equipment to seasonal apparel and video games.The platform comes with Lender Protection Guarantee.MyRent was developed to address a shift in consumer behaviour, with an increasing number of people opting to rent items and engage in a sharing economy — rather than purchasing products for their own use. Since its soft launch in December 2018, MyRent now has more than 2,000 registered users in Singapore alone, with over 800 active listings.Ishwar Dhanuka, CEO and Co-founder of MyRent said: “The idea behind MyRent is to primarily allow users to own experiences instead of things. We want to decentralize ownership, and create a win-win for both listers and renters.”“MyRent is currently the most affordable and efficient platform for me. Before I joined, customers would only come across my website by using search engines, so partnering with this rental platform has afforded me increased exposure,” said Maureen Knight, who rents out winter wear on MyRent.Sean Eng, a merchant who uses the rental platform, said: “Before our partnership with MyRent, customers had to pay a deposit to rent one of our GoPros for their holidays — which they were hesitant to do. With MyRent, we’ve now been able to get rid of the deposit requirement, so customers are happier and more than willing to rent with us via this platform.”“Tennis rackets usually retail for more than $200, so I worry about losing these items when I rent them out,” said Wayne Ko, who used to rent his items from a consumer marketplace. “I’m glad I switched to MyRent, because with their Lender Protection Guarantee, I know that I’m covered in case something happens to one of my rackets."To be a mobile-first marketplace that gives both listers and renters convenience and on-the-go accessibility, MyRent is focused on being accessible everywhere — either via their web portal, or through a dedicated app that is available for both iOS and Android users.MyRent is also working on reducing the time it takes to list items on their platform, to less than a minute.MyRent plans to make its peer-to-peer rental platform available in more markets, with a Malaysian release date slated for end-2019. It is also exploring merchant partnerships to help stores rent out unused inventory, and ecosystem partnerships (insurance, logistics sector), and is looking into the possibility of adding a delivery option in the future.

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24-05-2019
Companies with unique propositions far more likely to succeed in Chinese market: KPMG

In its Consumer & Retail (C&R) M&A trends 2019 report, KPMG identifies three key trends shaping the global consumer and retail M&A landscape in 2019, namely portfolio optimization; health, ethical and authentic-driven businesses; and digital transformation. Portfolio optimizationPortfolio optimization remains a key theme in C&R deal making, as corporates reshape portfolios in response to changing consumer behaviors. Some are consolidating in parallel or investing in adjacent high-growth categories, while others are deploying capital to core businesses by disposing non-core operations. Business driven by pursuit of health and wellnessRising trend of green and quality consumption has sparked greater interest among investors. Health and wellness are multi-dimensional for the entire industry and meeting customer expectations is a key challenge for today’s C&R businesses. The key is for each player to rapidly develop a productive strategy in the race to remain competitive and profitable.Therefore, we believe the number of health-and-wellness driven deals will grow in the year ahead. We expect activity to be dominated by the food-and-drinks subsector, especially in the non-alcoholic beverages space, followed by cosmetics and pet products.The race for game-changing digital transformation continuesIn 2019, while businesses are investing in digital to expand distribution channels and customer reach, improving the customer experience across all channels is also critical, enhancing and extending it from in-store shopping to all sales channels in ways that ensure customer satisfaction and brand loyalty.KPMG predicts that retailers will continue to transform their business models either through acquisition of tech/digital-enabled assets or through alliances and partnerships with tech players.Investment activities by foreign corporates in Asia expected to continue to be robustASPAC appears to have piqued investors’ interest in 2018, and is likely to gain more attention over the coming years. In 2018, M&A growth was largely driven by inbound investments by non-ASPAC acquirers. ASPAC is considered a particularly attractive investment destination, offering a wide spectrum of growth opportunities. Rising disposable income supports continued high consumption and shifting behavior among Asian consumers. Furthermore, rapidly expanding mobile-phone usage and Internet penetration rates are changing the consumption landscape, with tech-savvy consumers demanding an enhanced customer experience and multi-channel offerings.Wei Lin, Partner, Global Strategy Group, KPMG China said, “From an inbound investment perspective, companies with unique propositions such as premium offerings and innovative technology will have market success in China as they offer competitive advantages against local players. Such players will explore a wider set of market entry options to traditional M&As and equity JVs, including greenfield investments, alliances and partnerships with cross-industry players.”

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24-05-2019
FedEx Express launches cold chain shipping solution in APAC, targets healthcare industry

FedEx Expresshas launched a temperature-controlled cold chain shipping solution in Asia Pacific. The Medpak VIoC solution aims to provides superior temperature integrity, greater convenience and higher cost efficiencies to healthcare customers shipping temperature-sensitive shipments.The Medpak VIoC solution comprises a reusable thermal packaging, which comes with energy efficient Vacuum Insulated Panels (VIP) and Phase Change Material (PCM) validated to ISTA (International Safe Transit Association) 7D standards.  The packaging provides 96-hours temperature stability in case of unforeseen contingencies, a critical aspect for temperature-sensitive pharma shipments.The solution comes fitted with SenseAware®, a sensor-based device, which monitors the shipment location and conditions of the contents and will indicate any deviations from its ideal environment such as temperature, humidity, light exposure and shock events.This solution is available to customers on a one-way rental basis.  FedEx delivers the pre-conditioned packaging to the customer and transports the loaded box via its global network, which is monitored by an experienced customer service team to track shipment progress.  The solution offers full custodial control from pick-up all the way to delivery of the shipment, including the collection and return of the empty packaging from the overseas receiver.In Asia Pacific, Medpak VI°C is available to customers in Japan, Korea and Singapore.

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23-05-2019
Taiwan’s traditional strength in ICT and focus on AI to benefit medical device industry, says GlobalData

Taiwan’s medical device industry is leveraging the strength of the country’s information and communications technology (ICT) manufacturing capabilities to overcome challenges and provide better and more accessible care to the elderly population through smaller and portable medical devices, says GlobalData, a data and analytics company.The healthcare sector in Taiwan is currently going through a challenging phase amidst the decreasing number of hospitals, shortage of healthcare professionals and increasing healthcare expenditure due to an increase in the ageing population. These issues are expected to deteriorate further in the future and become detrimental to the healthcare sector’s growth.Prashant Khadayate, Medical Device Analyst at GlobalData, says: “These issues can be addressed in an effective way and turn the challenges into an opportunity. The medical device industry can use artificial intelligence (AI), big data and the Internet of Things (IoT) to develop affordable and comprehensive healthcare solutions focused on digital health, medical imaging, decision support, and precision medicine, and improve the overall healthcare sector performance.”In the past two years, Taiwan has seen extensive public and private investment in AI. The Ministry of Science and Technology has invested US$515m to set up four AI centers at prominent Taiwan universities focusing on commercial applications.GlobalData estimates the Taiwan medical devices market to increase from US$2.8 billion in 2018 to nearly US$3.7 billion by 2025 due to the growing elderly population and subsequent increase in the demand for healthcare products and services.Traditionally, Taiwan medical device manufacturers mainly produced and exported mid-to-low-end devices. The country is dependent on imports of high-end medical devices, primarily from the US and Japan.In April 2017, the Taiwan government announced to invest US$64m in Taiwan’s medical device industry with the aim of moving it up the value chain. The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) and some of its partner companies, including iXensor, AmCad BioMed Corporation and Episonica, have already developed advanced medical imaging devices.Khadayate concludes: “Taiwan’s medical device industry is on the cusp of transition as the government is focusing on developing the country as the ‘Silicon Valley of Asia’ and transforming Taiwan into a ‘Hub of Biotech and Medical R&D in Asia’. Both these initiatives are expected to create an ideal ecosystem, which will largely benefit the medical device industry. In addition, the high-end medical devices developed in Taiwan offer the same performance but are cost effective compared to their US and European counterparts. Embracing AI in medical devices will not only solve the local healthcare related issues but will also prepare the industry for global opportunities, where currently the US and European companies dominate.” Caption: Image from iStockPhoto/metamorworks

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23-05-2019
Survey reveals 8 in 10 strive for healthier breakfasts, but majority decide based on convenience

Global nutrition company Herbalife Nutrition recently released findings from its “Asia Pacific Healthy Breakfast Survey 2019”. Conducted in March 2019 with 5,500 respondents in 11 markets - Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam - the survey revealed that while the majority of Asia Pacific consumers understand the benefits of a healthy breakfast, and desire to consume healthier breakfasts, 67% still make breakfast decisions based on convenience, ahead of health benefits (43%) and nutritional value (33%).The Asia Pacific Healthy Breakfast Survey 2019 builds upon the original study conducted in 2018, which looked at consumers' attitudes and habits towards breakfast. This year, the survey uncovered the typical local breakfast combinations that consumers opt for, the factors influencing these decisions, as well as their views of what makes up a healthier breakfast combination."It is widely understood that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Starting each day with a healthy breakfast supports metabolism, muscle health and long-term weight management. With this in mind, it is essential that consumers make informed decisions to kickstart their day with the right nutrients," said Stephen Conchie, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Asia Pacific, Herbalife Nutrition. Coffee and eggs -- the typical breakfast combination for APAC consumersWhen asked about the breakfast choices that Asia Pacific consumers would typically go for, the survey revealed "coffee and eggs" as the most popular breakfast combination for consumers in Australia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand. The only exceptions were Hong Kong and Indonesia where "tea and eggs" took top spot, and in Vietnam where "coffee and bread bun" was voted the top breakfast combination. On average, APAC consumers said that they consume their typical breakfast combination 16 times each month, equating to around once every two days.Convenience -- the top influencing factor for consumers' choice of breakfastOn the reasons that influenced their typical breakfast choices, APAC consumers highlighted the following as their top five considerations:Convenience (67%) Tastiness (47%) Cost-effectiveness (44%) Healthy (43%) Nutritious (33%)With convenience being the key consideration factor in their choice of breakfast, majority of consumers also chose the most convenient way to get their typical breakfast ready:51% said they would prepare the breakfast from scratch at home 22% would purchase it from a nearby eatery 18% would prepare it using processed food at homeWhen it comes to their preferred location to consume breakfast:70% prefer to consume breakfast at home 11% prefer to consume it at a nearby eatery 10% would consume it at work 6% would consume it on-the-goAPAC consumers divided over healthier breakfast choicesWhen asked about what they would consider as a healthier breakfast combination, the views of APAC consumers' were divided. In Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, milk was considered a healthier beverage option compared to coffee; in Hong Kong and Taiwan, soy milk was considered a healthier option; while in Malaysia and Singapore, tea was considered healthier.The top healthier breakfast combination in each of the APAC markets are:Milk and eggs - Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam Plain water and fruits - Australia Soy milk and cereal - Hong Kong Milk and plain toast - Japan Plain water and rice - Korea Tea and eggs - Malaysia Tea and oatmeal - Singapore Soy milk and eggs - TaiwanThe diversity of responses shows that Asia Pacific consumers may not be fully aware of the ideal nutritional make-up for breakfast. While the "plain water and fruits" combination selected by consumers in Australia is high in fiber and vitamin content, there is a noticeable lack of protein, which when consumed in appropriate amounts at breakfast, supports metabolism, muscle health and weight management. Additionally, the healthier breakfast option selected by consumers in Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Taiwan are lacking significantly in fiber.APAC consumers desire healthier breakfastsDespite the lack of widespread understanding on the ideal nutritional composition for a healthy breakfast, 82% of APAC consumers said that they desire to consume healthier breakfasts, with over nine in 10 consumers in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam wanting to do so. However, the lack of time (62%), amount of effort required (31%) and inconvenience (31%) remained as key obstacles that prevent them from doing so."There is no doubt that Asia Pacific consumers want their breakfast to be healthy, tasty, convenient and cost-effective all at the same time. For us at Herbalife Nutrition, we've invested in new products while continually improving on our current products such as the Herbalife Nutrition Formula 1, to make it really easy for consumers to prepare a tasty, nutritious, healthy breakfast every day," added Conchie. Caption: Image from iStockPhoto/Arx0nt

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23-05-2019
Safe and sound: tips for detecting hidden spy cameras when traveling

The use of secret cameras to spy on guests in rented accommodation has recently made the headlines, but to the security industry such tactics are nothing new.Surveillance devices can be used to target traveling businesspeople, politicians, activists and journalists, among others. To help all travelers to stay safe while away from home, Kaspersky Lab security researchers have created a list of top security hacks for digital devices and information – using simple techniques and basic, readily available kit.In April 2019, a family discovered their activities were being livestreamed through a camera hidden in the living room smoke alarm of their rented cottage in Ireland – one of several recent examples of such activity.Secret surveillance appears to be a growing risk faced by travelers. Others include those targeting digital devices such as laptops and phones and the information stored on them. Kaspersky Lab security researchers have drawn on their own experience to share a list of travel security risks and show how users can address them in ways that are both practical and easy.For example, to ensure that there are no hidden cameras or microphones in your hotel room or rental apartment, waiting to eavesdrop on you, the researchers recommend that you travel with a small tool (readily available online) that incorporates a radio frequency scanner as well as light-emitting diodes and a red glass.This tool will enable you to find any sources that emit electromagnetic waves (most wireless bugs and cameras do this) and to look for hidden cameras. A camera lens reflects light significantly better than other surfaces do, so if you point light from the diodes at what appears to be a camera, and look toward it through the red glass, you’ll see a bright red dot.You can also use your mobile phone to spot cameras that use infrared illumination, because cameras in mobile phones can detect infrared emissions. Bear in mind, however, that the infrared filter in some phones, such as iPhones, are too strong for this trick. To avoid being caught by hidden wired microphones, you simply need to create some disruptive background noise. Running water from a tap or other sounds that can be easily produced using services such as Noisli ruin almost all recordings. “As security researchers, we travel extensively and are always conscious of potential security threats. The headlines about spying on rental guests prove that secret surveillance is not just something you see in the movies, it’s happening in real life. Staying secure doesn’t have to involve high tech and expensive countermeasures – basic kit and common sense go a long way towards you keeping your digital gear and information safe, and you free to enjoy your vacation,” said Marco Preuss, security researcher at Kaspersky Lab.Other top tips shared by the researchers include:Never leave your belongings, including your devices, unattended – anywhere. Take all your gear with you when leaving your hotel room. Make sure your kit is password protected, and the information stored on them is encrypted. Devices with the latest versions of Android, and iOS device secured with a passcode, are encrypted by default, Click here to learn how to turn on full disk encryption, aka BitLocker, for Windows. And here to learn how to turn on the same — FileVault — for macOS. Avoid the risks of insecure Wi-Fi by using a wired mouse and the integrated keyboard on your laptop. Learn how to spot a two-way mirror. They may be rare in real life, but they can exist. Place a finger on the surface of the mirror, and if there is a gap between the finger and its reflection, it’s a normal mirror. If there is no gap, the mirror could potentially be a two-way one. Start using a VPN service to encrypt all sent and received traffic continuously, or only in situations when security is especially important. For instance, when you need to connect to an unsafe Wi-Fi network while staying at a hotel or renting an apartment 

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23-05-2019
Citibank fined HK$10,000 for violating PDPO

Citibank has plead guilty to violating the Personal Data Privacy Ordinance by failing to comply with a direct marketing opt-out request

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23-05-2019
Employee mistakes top threat to data security in HK and Taiwan

Hong Kong organizations name employee mistakes as their top data security threat, but have been slower to adopt encryption than their global peers

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CyberLink Vol.128 May 2019

InsurTech start-up OneDegree attracts BitRock, Cyberport Marco Fund, Cathay Venture in Series A extension

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CyberLink Vol.127 April 2019

3,000 industry elites converged at IES 2019 to gain best insights of the digital future 

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CyberLink Vol.126 March 2019

Internet Economy Summit unfolds industry-critical topics of digital future 

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