Armed forces monitors defence communication network at all times, says chief


Appropriate measures have to be taken by cyber system administrators to address any possible cyberattacks by foreign elements that could disrupt the armed forces’ operation and the Defence Ministry’s cyber system, says Affendi Buang. – EPA pic, May 17, 2021.

THE armed forces continuously monitors its cybersecurity and defence aspects to counter any threat that could disrupt the army’s defence communication network, said Chief General Affendi Buang.

He said appropriate actions and measures needed to be implemented by cyber system administrators to address any possible cyberattacks by foreign elements that could disrupt the force’s operation and the Defence Ministry’s cyber system.


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  • General where did Malaysia source from for both BSEP and CDOC if not the US which is indirectly from Israel hence it goes without saying they have a back door access to the system. So much of a defence system we have ha, thanks to the politicians when it comes to military equipment procurement cause they have a veto power over the Army on such matters right.

    Posted 1 year ago by Teruna Kelana