To address cyber security issues in the finance sector, the Financial Services Authority is urging banks to enhance their information technology governance and risk management.
The nation will conduct its national cyber security summit in Wellington early next year to discuss recent ransomware and trojan attacks in both New Zealand and Australia, as well as how to protect citizens and businesses.
The Indonesian is encouraging micro, small, and medium enterprises to go digital and promoting cybersecurity projects that will assist them in dealing with digital threats during business operations.
To combat cyberattacks, the approach of U.S. government agencies is shifting from securing access and exit to using comprehensive packet information that has been recorded while the network is in use.
OpenGovAsia, in collaboration with Veeam and Amazon Web Services, explores the benefits and urgency of cloud data management and protection.
The Bankers Association of the Philippines launched a campaign to boost cybersecurity awareness among the banking community as cybercrime has cost over PHP 1 billion this year and more people turn to digital transactions.
The government is eager to monitor for leaked credentials, enforce agency-wide access controls and is awaiting federal guidance and standards to modernise digital identity infrastructure.
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