Apple devices no longer safe against security breaches as new attack opportunities and threat vectors make Macs an easier target.
There has been a marked decline in security teams’ confidence in assessing cybersecurity risks across key IT infrastructure components compared to last year.
There seems to be a disconnect between how C-suite and IT executives perceive the complex landscape of cyber security in Malaysia, according to a new study by BAE Systems plc.
Data breaches and cyber-attacks seem to have become the new normal in today’s increasingly digital world, but it’s not all gloom-and-doom – there are steps you can take to protect your organisation.
Many companies are not prepared for the inevitable impact of digital disruption, with most IT and business leaders in these organisations pointing their fingers at their C-suite, especially in Singapore.
CIOs need to lead and play along with the other teams to ensure digital transformation runs smoothly for an organisation, says a senior Gartner analyst.
Despite all those catchy slogans and taglines – such as ‘data is the lifeblood of the business’ or ‘data is the new electricity of the business’ – 43% of Asian companies do not have a digital strategy.
There is a big difference between mobile ‘pioneers’ and those companies that are not, and Singapore is pretty much blazing the trail, according to an EIU study commissioned by Aruba.
Malaysian CIOs face more favourable conditions than many of their peers when it comes to establishing themselves as digital leaders, according to Gartner Inc’s 2016 CIO Agenda survey.
Executives holding the top ICT positions in a company need to play a greater leadership role in driving their organisations’ business, urged the National ICT Association of Malaysia (Pikom).