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Over 80% Of Malaysian Businesses Experienced A Cyberattack in 2021 - Why?

Phang Wai Yin, Chief Technology Officer, SRKK

25-Aug-22 11:00

Over 80% Of Malaysian Businesses Experienced A Cyberattack in 2021 - Why?

We know going for a regular medical check-up is a crucial way to sustain our health, yet, many people fail to do so. The same can, unfortunately, be said for the cybersecurity of our companies and businesses. Despite us being firmly entrenched in this digitalisation era, many companies in Malaysia are still reluctant to holistically adopt cybersecurity measures which leave their systems and businesses vulnerable to attacks. However, companies like SRKK are continuously working with Malaysia-based companies to enhance business continuity through comprehensive digital transformation accompanied by cybersecurity measures. 

Produced by: Richard Bradbury

Presented by: Richard Bradbury


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