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Malaysian securities regulators raise cyber threat levels

11 July 2017  |  2805 views  |  0 Source: Bursa Malysia

Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) and Bursa Malaysia would like to inform investors that trading continues to operate per normal today.

SC and Bursa Malaysia are working closely with the National Security Council (NSC) and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission to manage any potential cyber security incidents. NSC is the agency responsible for managing and coordinating the implementation of policies related to the security of Malaysia.

SC and Bursa Malaysia would like to emphasise that the management of cyber security risk remains a high priority and all brokers have been advised to remain vigilant.

Investors who experience difficulty accessing any online trading services are urged to immediately contact their respective brokers or contact Bursa 2U at 03 27320067

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