Sophos and Tech Research Australia (TRA) have collaborated again to bring you the second edition of the Future of Cybersecurity in Asia Pacific and Japan report.
Based on a comprehensive study of 900 business decision makers across APJ, this report unveils insights into the issues faced and what has changed...
The Southeast Asian region will see a spike in multifaceted extortion with more public breaches, along with an increase in ransomware-as-a-service operations in 2022, says Singapore-based Yihao Lim, principal intelligence adviser at Mandiant Threat Intelligence.
A risk-based approach to secure against digital fraud requires putting in the correct security controls in proportion to the organizational risk, which is determined by understanding the customer's subconscious habits, says Australia-based Tim Dalgleish, senior director, a global advisory, at BioCatch.
Could the internet of things be made more secure? A draft law in Britain would impose stronger cybersecurity regulations for manufacturers, importers and distributors of smartphones, TVs, toys and other "connected" digital devices, backed by the threat of fines of up to $13 million for noncompliance.
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CISOs need to be open to ideas and suggestions from their peers and other functions and exhibit thought leadership to establish collective defense thinking in fighting threats, says Steven Sim Kok Leong, president of ISACA, Singapore chapter and chair of OT-ISAC Executive Committee.
A comprehensive IAM program requires integration with HR and legacy systems to enable multifactor authentication, SaaS, and Identity-as-a-Service to provide secure user access and a secure user experience, says Hong Kong-based Varun Kakkar, group head of cybersecurity at Tricor Group.
The fact is, organisations across ANZ are facing a higher risk of being breached than ever before. The shift to remote and hybrid working has thrown up significant security challenges, specifically exchanging files and data. Employees' need to collaborate from different locations and share sensitive corporate data...
A criminal hack attack has disrupted healthcare in Canada's easternmost province and resulted in the theft of patient information and personal details for healthcare employees. The province of Newfoundland and Labrador disclosed the apparent ransomware attack on Oct. 30, and has yet to restore all systems.
In ransomware attacks, cybercriminals attack through the backups because they know that security practitioners rely on backups to save themselves after a ransomware attack. Therefore, it is essential to have multiple backups, says Tom Kellermann, head of cybersecurity strategy at VMware.
As the risks to IT and OT converge, organizations must use "zero trust" to verify user identities and build effective monitoring capabilities to track the behavior of privileged users, say Kartik Shahani of Tenable and Rohan Vaidya of CyberArk.
According to a panel of experts, protecting the Active Directory, a rich target for increasing ransomware attacks, will require organizations to audit privileged accounts and endpoints with continuous monitoring and an identity governance approach.
As DNS remains a favorite target for attack vectors, organizations need to build unified security by establishing harmonized DNS traffic and communication to prevent data exfiltration, say Alvin Rodrigues and Pankaj Chawla from Infoblox.
As a strategy, organizations need to harness technologies that can provide real-time visibility to threats combined with intelligence-based automated technologies that can help contain the incidents, says Ajay Kumar, regional head of Cyber Security Services, Asia at Crowdstrike.