IT budgets are a finite resource while cybersecurity spending seems to be constantly ballooning. What’s a poor CIO to do?
The increasing dependence on technology and the proliferation of cybersecurity incidents worldwide are forcing auditors to embrace new skills.
The Singapore Government’s decision to cut off Internet access from all civil servants’ computers was not taken lightly, says the head of the agency in charge of it, Jacqueline Poh.
As part of its Digital Literacy Survey, the company surveyed the cyber savviness of more than 18, 000 users from 16 countries worldwide to find out how they behave on the Internet and how risky their online habits are, and Malaysians did not fare well at all.
Does an ‘air-gap’ philosophy have a place and time in today’s hyper-connected world? And why is the industry so hesitant to weigh in? Benjamin Cher reports.
Neither employers nor employees may be fully aware of or prepared for just how vulnerable they are about to become.
Being in the pole position can make all the difference between winning the race and getting a mere participation award, and cybersecurity firm Fortinet believes it has all but clinched it.
Gartner predicts that by 2020, 60% of digital businesses will suffer major service failures due to the inability of IT security teams to manage digital risk.
Data breaches are increasing, and financial motivations appear to be behind a bulk of them, but nation-states are battling it out as well, Benjamin Cher reports.
South-East Asia is home to a hodgepodge of developed and emerging markets with growing Internet penetration, but with no real capability in cybersecurity, warns one expert.