Thailand tightens border security to deal with illegal trespassing ASEAN

Thailand tightens border security to deal with illegal trespassing

Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on July 31 requested military commanders to step up security measures along the country's borderlines to keep out any suspected trespassers from neighbouring countries in the context that the COVID-19 pandemic continues developing complicatedly.
Cambodia to beef up security during holidays in August ASEAN

Cambodia to beef up security during holidays in August

Cambodian National Police Chief General Neth Savoeun has ordered the country’s police to enhance national security during the upcoming holidays, from August 17 to 21, which was set in lieu of the postponed Khmer New Year in April.
Southern firms taking cybersecurity seriously Business

Southern firms taking cybersecurity seriously

More and more businesses and organisations in southern Vietnam are focusing on cybersecurity, but there are still limitations such as inadequate procedures and visibility of risks, according to a report tabled at Vietnam Information Security Day in Ho Chi Minh City on November 21.
Indonesia marks 2002 Bali bombings anniversary World

Indonesia marks 2002 Bali bombings anniversary

Dozens of mourners on October 12 attended a memorial service for the victims of the Bali bombings that killed more than 200 people on the Indonesian resort island in 2002 to mark the 17th anniversary of the attack.
Thai House Speaker assures envoys of readiness for AIPA summit World

Thai House Speaker assures envoys of readiness for AIPA summit

The Speaker of the House of Representatives of Thailand, Chuan Leekpai, has addressed envoys from the ASEAN Parliament, assuring them that security measures are in place for the 40th ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA), which will take place later this month.
Indonesia to deploy 47,000 security personnel for election dispute World

Indonesia to deploy 47,000 security personnel for election dispute

As many as 47,000 personnel from the Indonesian police, military and administration are mobilised to secure important landmarks across Jakarta on June 27 when the Constitutional Court (MK) is scheduled to announce its ruling on the presidential election dispute case.
Traffic and security measures in place for ASEAN Summit ASEAN

Traffic and security measures in place for ASEAN Summit

As Thailand will host the 34th ASEAN Summit from June 20-23, Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan, called a meeting with relevant agencies to discuss preparations for traffic convenience and safety measures for ASEAN delegates.
RoK veterans’ group condemns AO/dioxin use in Vietnam World

RoK veterans’ group condemns AO/dioxin use in Vietnam

The Korean Healthy Security Measures Association (KHSMA), an advocacy group for war veterans, held a press conference with foreign correspondents on May 27 in Seoul to condemn the use of Agent Orange during the war in Vietnam and protest the lack of compensation from the US administration for all the victims in the Republic of Korea (RoK) of the toxic chemical.
Hanoi police work to ensure security for DPRK-USA summit Society

Hanoi police work to ensure security for DPRK-USA summit

Hanoi police stand ready to ensure absolute security for the upcoming second summit between the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and the US, which will take place on February 27-28, stated a local officer on February 22.
Singaporean firms fined 1 million SGD for data leak   World

Singaporean firms fined 1 million SGD for data leak

Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) announced on January 15 that two companies which involved in the worst data leak in the city-state’s history were fined 1 million SGD (some 740,000 USD) in total.