Dr. Saiyid Abdallah Syahir Al-Edrus General Manager of Cybersecurity Services, TM One
To recognise the challenges of tomorrow and to cope with them, security and IT leaders need to get a clear understanding of the maturity of their current security strategy and practices across the four fundamental disciplines of security—vulnerability, threat, identity, and trust management.
The IDC XSecure Maturity Assessment is the preferred choice for organisations across the world to understand their security strategy and maturity across these four security disciplines. This interactive security maturity assessment provides you with IDC’s viewpoint on your overarching security strategy and helps you understand your maturity across:
Assessment of the attack surface and management of the security posture to protect your assets and applications.
The monitoring activity for attacks and other suspicious actions as well as your investigation, reaction, and response when they occur.
Validation of identities and assigning/revoking of credentials for ongoing authentication and privileges of all types of users.
Protection of the confidentiality and integrity of your data as it is used throughout the environment.
Take the XSecure Maturity Assessment and get a customised assessment report and an essential guidance report with actionable insights from IDC. Quickly understand your current security posture, strengths and weaknesses, and areas of improvement, and get customised recommendations to face tomorrow’s challenges.
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Information and data security continues to pose a challenge for Malaysian firms. Among Asean countries, Malaysia ranks second in botnet detections and third in phishing and mobile banking malware.
Cybersecurity incidents increased by 82.5%.
Details of 38,000 credit cards issued by top Malaysian banks leaked online.
Two Malaysian banks fined RM6.4 million and RM3.2 million, respectively, for security breaches involving customers’ personal data.
46 million personal data records exposed on the dark web.
A Malaysian media and entertainment group hit by ransomware demanding RM26 million.
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