The cyber threat landscape is morphing constantly and dramatically, particularly in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. Many of the cyber challenges currently facing the region, such as low security investments and long dwell times, can be attributed to complex geopolitical tensions, exposed critical infrastructure, and the severe shortage of cyber security talent in the area.
While there is no easy fix for these problems, we are seeing steps being taken in the right direction. The regulatory climate in the APAC region is beginning to change, even if slowly. Most APAC countries today are not legally obliged to report any cyber incidents (and many remain silent); however, countries such as Singapore and Australia already have plans to adopt mandatory breach notification laws in 2018.
Understanding that APAC organizations must be ready for big changes in 2018, FireEye and Marsh & McLennan Companies – each a leader in their own fields – have collaborated to produce a white paper, Cyber Evolution: En Route to Strengthening Resilience in Asia-Pacific, that will help APAC organizations build and strengthen their enterprise cyber resilience.
Download the white paper today to learn about a variety of security topics, including:
- The shifting cyber threat landscape across the APAC region
- Recent APAC cyber trends
- Key drivers of APAC cyber challenges
- The evolving regulatory climate in the APAC region
The white paper, Cyber Evolution: En Route to Strengthening Resilience in Asia-Pacific, includes a full overview of the fundamental cyber challenges facing the APAC region, and the appropriate risk management tools needed to address those challenges.