Asia lags behind in cybersecurity in 2017

All industries across Asia must step up their investment in cybersecurity and do better in identifying and prosecuting cybercriminals.

While some industries such as financial institutions and government traditionally had higher impetus to invest in cyber security, other organisations face higher risks as they moved to digitize their systems and processes. Cybercrime costs the global economy an estimated market value of US$3 trillion, with 71 precent of companies admitting that they fell victim to successful cyber attacks in 2015. Further adding to the risk in the Asia-Pacific region are factors such as a below par IT maturity and management, lack of cyber security skills and capabilities, low awareness around cybercrime, non-prioritization on cybersecurity, and heavy usage of non-genuine software. Read more…and find out how you can align your brand with the 2017 CISO Leaders Summit Singapore.

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