Cyberattacks such as hacking and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are on the rise globally, and Malaysia is not immune. With the widespread and crucial use of technology across industries like business, healthcare, and finance in Malaysia, the risk of cybercrimes has also increased significantly.
These attacks pose a major threat to individuals, businesses, and governments; therefore it is crucial to understand the laws surrounding them. This article will discuss the key laws that exist in Malaysia in relation to these criminal activities.

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