Yg Bhd Datuk Mohd Noor Amin Bin Mohd Noor Khan, popularly known as Datuk Amin, has proudly announced his chairmanship in Ascendsys Sdn Bhd and Nuemera Sdn Bhd in the website of IMPACT, HERE.
In the Ascendsy Sdn Bhd’s company profile, it is stated that Ascendsys Sdn Bhd was appointed by the Malaysian government through Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) to design, build and transfer the International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber-Threat (IMPACT) on behalf of government of Malaysia. This must be during the reign of Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who set up IMPACT in 2008. The company profile is very impressive. However, countries like Singapore, USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Denmark, France, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Greece, Colombia, Luxembourg, Mexico, Norway, Russian Federation, Sweden and many others do not subscribe to IMPACT.
According to Datuk Amin in the IMPACT website, Nuemera Sdn Bhd is a leading technology company focused on mobile security services in Asia. Of course, Datuk Amin chose not to tell the world that Nuemera Sdn Bhd is a dormant company and that he is also the shareholder.
Perhaps the very learned chairman of IMPACT, Datuk Amin, would like to shed some like on what impact has IMPACT created in the world that our nearest neighbour Singapore and other advance countries chose not to be the members of IMPACT. Are these non-members countries not worried of the so-called cyber threat that the IMPACT is protecting the 151 countries from? The non-IMPACT member countries like Singapore, USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Denmark, France, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Greece, Colombia, Luxembourg, Mexico, Norway, Russian Federation, New Zealand and Sweden must be very vulnerable to cyber threats. Malaysians should take a pity to the Singaporeans, Americans, British, Japanese, Australians, Germans and others for opting to be deprived of the great inventions and protections of IMPACT.
Thank God that we have Datuk Amin in IMPACT and Datuk Sharil in MCMC to protect Malaysia from the Cyber threats but at what costs. Yours truly would not like to imagine what would have happened to Malaysia without these two great leaders like Datuk Amin and Dato’ Sharil. By co-incident that both of them are good friends.
In the same company profile, Ascendsy Sdn Bhd was also appointed to build a Network Security Center for MCMC to monitor the security levels of seven (7) ISPs in Malaysia on a 24 x 7 Basis. In simple terms, Ascendsys Sdn Bhd was to build, operate and transfer National Threat and Early Warning System Security Center for MCMC. It all sounded very impressive. Perhaps Datuk Amin and/or Datuk Sharil might want to tell us how much did it cost MCMC for this sophisticated system that is not yet known to USA, UK, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Japan, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Luxembourg and other developed countries.
Of course, Ascendsys Sdn Bhd is not a dormant company like Nuemera Sdn Bhd and Orenda Kuantum Digital Sdn Bhd. It has a business address at Unit 602-C, Level 6, Tower C, Uptown 5, 5 Jalan SS 21/39, Damansara Uptown, PJ. Please see below for the MCMC’s letter of appointment which was signed by Dato’ Mohamed Sharil bin Mohamed Tarmizi, (Datuk Sharil) when he was the Acting Chairman of MCMC.
Since Nuemera Sdn Bhd is a dormant company it has no business address in the record of SSM/Companies Commission of Malaysia. However, the MCMC’s letter of appointment for Nuemera Sdn Bhd will shed some light in this matter.
From the above documents, it is evident that Nuemera Sdn Bhd and Ascendsys Sdn Bhd are not only sharing the same chairman but sharing the same office/business address. It must be by co-incident that both Ascendsys Sdn Bhd and Nuemera Sdn Bhd have a common chairman (Datuk Amin) and business address. It is also a co-incident that Dato’ Sharil the chairman of MCMC is a member of the Board of Trustees of IMPACT, HERE.
Dato’ Sharil is still in his elegant silence mood. We hope that he will realise that elegant silence is not an option when you are heading a government agency and/or using public fund.
For background information please read HERE.
Stay tuned: Coming Soon / “Akan Datang”. Part 10 and the fragrant violations of Personal Data Protection Act.