Fire Eye is going for APAC market

News | 19.01.2018

Cyber-threat is a process that is present in our life constantly and sharply catches unawares. Worldwide, cyber dependency is growing with the increase in the number of digital media that are interconnected with people, devices and organizations.

Today we will talk about the Asia-Pacific region.
Without knowing the boundaries, cyber incidents, fraud and thefts that afflict North America or the European continent have spread to the APAC, bringing significant financial losses, identity theft and the failure of large companies. They combine threats for information infrastructure and network disruptions. The international business suffers the most from cyber attacks, therefore, in addition to the main financial tasks, companies are recommended for special attention to the protection of information.

Financial services, energy and utilities, as well as telecommunications, are among the most vulnerable in the Asia-Pacific region, underscoring the urgent need to raise awareness and apply measures in the field of cybersecurity.

Cyber problems in the APAC, such as insufficient funding for cybersecurity and ignorance of cyber attacks, are associated with a complex of geopolitical situation, a critical infrastructure condition and an acute shortage of information security specialists.

Fortunately, the regulatory climate in the APAC varies slowly, but in the right direction. Today, countries in the region are not required to legally report any cyber incidents, and many are doing so, but Singapore and Australia have already developed a plan for compulsory reports of cyber-security violations in 2018.

Reliable cyber advisers, FireEye and Marsh & McLennan Companies - every leader in their field - have today come together to help organizations in the Asia-Pacific and strengthen their corporate cyber-resistance.
To sum it up, we understand that the earlier government members and businesses realize the current risk from cyber attacks, then faster they can take important steps to protect information.