Cyber and crypto agency of Indonesia reinforces country’s cyber security

Enhance capacity development and institution building within government. Badan Siber dan Sandi Negara (BSSN), the Cyber and Crypto Agency of Indonesia has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in line with their shared goal of reinforcing the cybersecurity capability of the country. Indonesia is facing rapid digitalisation which has led…

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IT security leaders are held most responsible For cyberattacks

However they lack the influence required to shore up security strategies. Cybersecurity leaders in APAC assume greater accountability and risk for ensuring a strong security posture in the past year (61 per cent), compared with the global average (56 per cent). Specifically, cybersecurity leaders in this region believe that they…

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Increased and evolving threats heightens demand for port security

The shipping industry is responsible for about 90 per cent of global trade by volume. Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis on the global maritime port security market finds that governments are prioritizing the safe and secure transportation of goods to ensure economic stability and growth. The sector is being driven…

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Securing the enterprise in the Covid world – The state of email security

This year’s State of Email Security report contains a wealth of information and many important insights. But among its many lessons, these 10 stand out: The COVID threat landscape has become much more treacherous. Phishing and BEC attacks are more insidious than ever. While beneficial to business, collaboration tools represent… Read More

Cyber Resilience Executive Society – 2020 Wrap Up

While cyberattacks were common and frequent before, they intensified tremendeously when the world had been turned upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic – increasing the urgency and complexity of CISOs’ roles in protecting their businesses online. As companies learn how to thrive in this ‘new normal’, careful attention to cybersecurity… Read More

APAC public sector cyber security executive council launched

  The council consists of policy makers and influencers from Brunei, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. A council of policy makers and influencers from Brunei, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand, supported by cybersecurity professionals, the council aims to accelerate public-private partnerships in cybersecurity, share threat intelligence…

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Data privacy regime continues to grow

  Data privacy management software need driven by expanding regulatory and data requirements The data privacy management software market saw soaring growth in 2020 with worldwide revenues up 46.1 per cent year over year. International Data Corporation (IDC) expects this growth to continue over the next several years, driven by…

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Fujifilm becomes the latest ransomeware victim.

  Cyber attackers bring down Japanese photography and peripherals company. Fujifilm Corporation is currently carrying out an investigation into possible unauthorised access to its server from outside of the company. As part of this investigation, the network was partially shut down and disconnected from external correspondence. “We want to state…

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What do Australian CEOs want from the company’s tech strategy?

  Cyber threats tops CEO concerns, followed by prioritising digital transformation over the next three years. As technology pervades every part of an organisations CEOs are more aware of the growing needs of the technology issues that govern their business, with a growing number of Australian CEOs fearing cyber threats…

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