Chart of the Day: Around 1 in 2 Singaporean businesses have experienced cyber incidents

Data loss and business interruption were top cyber security concerns.

Chart of the Day: Around 1 in 2 Singaporean businesses have experienced cyber incidents

Data loss and business interruption were top cyber security concerns.

62% of board members say their organisations are unprepared for a cyberattack 

This is despite their belief that they have invested adequately in cybersecurity.

62% of cybersecurity pros are struggling to keep up with evolving threats 

On average, organisations deal with 54 cyber incidents each day.

MAS conducts cyber crisis management exercise with French central bank

The exercise evaluated the effectiveness of cyber crisis coordination.

Organisations pay over $1m in ransom for ransomware attacks: study

Of those who paid, 56% were attacked for the second time.

80% of organisations experienced ransomware attacks in 2021

Organisations are exposed to greater risk due to cybersecurity debt, according to a report.

Staying safe online whilst working from home

NordVPN lays out cybersecurity risks and tips for remote work.

CSA launches programmes to address 154% increase in business cyberattacks

Businesses and organisations in Singapore will get a helping hand to strengthen their cybersecurity.

Business should balance business, technology priorities to ensure security: Fortinet

Only 34% of organisations have a “robust” approach to cybersecurity.

Singapore to augment cybersecurity partnership with United States

A memorandum of understanding was signed by representatives from both parties.

Securing your business requires more than just compliance

For an organisation, setting out to achieve compliance standards, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), or Singapore's personal data protection act, is an important step towards protecting its business and reputation.

Why Healthcare Security Is Critical

Throughout the pandemic, a wave of ransomware attacks disrupted operations in healthcare organisations around the world.

How can SMEs start investing in their cybersecurity?

Flexxon CEO Camellia Chan talks about the hurdles faced by smaller businesses when it comes to staying safe online.

Data Compliance and Data Governance are imperative for Singapore's public sector

For the past years, Singapore has witnessed a significant increase in cybersecurity challenges. The threats and attacks in public agencies and private institutions caused a tremendous impact on the country’s data and security landscape. The call for better regulations in data governance, compliance, and security guardrails has elevated further the pandemic. The virtualised environment translates to an open playing field for potential cybersecurity threats.

COVID-19: The Evolution of Scams in Asia-Pacific

In 2020, one in three people in Southeast Asia experienced online fraud amid a boom in online shopping and activity due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Asia-Pacific already has the highest number of internet users in the world, so the opportunities for scammers were already aplenty before the crisis of 2020.

Using smart building technology to create healthy, productive, and sustainable workplaces

Whilst the global pandemic forced many companies to require employees to work from home, a large percentage of those people have discovered that they like it. Many have appreciated the lack of daily commute and the flexibility to be with their families. Global Workplace Analytics has stated that “Before the crisis, surveys repeatedly showed 80% of employees want to work from home at least some of the time. Our best estimate is that we will see 25-30% of the workforce working at home on a multiple-days-a-week basis by the end of 2021.”