Frost & Sullivan’s Security Practice has conducted an end-user survey with 78 ISACA thought leaders.
The2021 ISACA-Frost & Sullivan Survey: The Singapore Cybersecurity Landscape, in collaboration with the ISACA Singapore Chapter, sought opinions on the technologies that will have a profound transformative impact on existing industry dynamics, value chains and business models across multiple vertical markets in the next two to three years.
In addition to providing quantitative insight, the study provides a top-level assessment of three main cybersecurity threats in Singapore: ransomware, data exfiltration and vulnerability of unpatched systems.
“The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has pushed enterprises globally to accelerate their security capabilities, sometimes leading to security gaps. The increasingly sophisticated threat landscape and a complex business environment are also driving businesses to explore solutions to help them strengthen their security posture for better cyber threat/risk,” said Kenny Yeo, Associate Director, Head of Asia-Pacific Cybersecurity Practice at Frost & Sullivan.
“However, utilizing these solutions in isolation will limit their effectiveness. As our organizations change, IT and risk teams also need to adapt and better manage the expanded threat surface by implementing a holistic cybersecurity approach for maximum benefits.”
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