Raja Azrina Raja Othman
Raja Azrina is the Information Security Advisor at TM One and a renowned expert with over 25 years of experience in information security and computer crime, as well as advising the Malaysian government and various large corporations in devising their cybersecurity strategies. She has led in design, development and implementation of innovative solutions, which includes cyber crisis command system and endpoint solution for critical infrastructure
The Malaysia Cyber Security Strategy 2020-2024 (MCSS) outlines the key objectives and five strategic pillars that will govern all aspects of cybersecurity planning and implementation in the country. One of the focus areas is to improve national cyber resilience against cyber threats.
In line with the 10-year Malaysia blueprint road map of MyDIGITAL as announced by the Government, we will see a transformation of Malaysia into a digitally-driven, and regional leader in the digital economy and cybersecurity will be at the forefront. Organisations will need to build stronger digital trust and cyber resiliency resulting in a better-protected digital infrastructure and cleaner data in the cloud, through every endpoint.
“In the distant past, Incident Response and Forensics were an option. However, today the ability to detect, respond and mitigate in a prompt manner are essential services. Detection capability depends on level of threat visibility. Response capability is dependent on the level of rotection measures in place. We cannot perform effective response, without proper control measures in place. Reality is off-the-shelf systems, be it IT, IoT, IIoT and OT systems are vulnerable, in their default state. Thus, at TM One, designing security into the solution is inevitable,” says Raja Azrina.
Managing security incidents that affect your business in real-time can be confusing particularly to any organisation that is in the early period of its digital transformation.
Many businesses need real-time protection from cyber threats, as delays in determining attacks can have significant financial implications. Having limited and detached equipment, tools, and system hinder organisations to own effective and efficient end-to-end cybersecurity services. Finding out trusted well experience digital solutions providers are daunting while sorting it internally with a lack of trained and qualified in-house professionals and immature recovery planning is also a challenge.
For holistic cyber defense protection, your cybersecurity solutions need to be able to detect, respond, predict and protect your systems and data from the breach in real-time, 24/7.
Your partner is your first line of defense in ensuring the safety of your cyber ecosystem. Having the right experts who can manage your cybersecurity portfolio, with the ability to reach your data house digitally and also physically closer to your location is crucial. It offers a worry-free convenience, so you can focus on your core business operations without compromising on security.
TM One Cyber Defense Centre (CYDEC) offers fully-managed security services that detect, respond, predict and prevent cyberattacks. It protects a wide range of digital assets and services including those powered by the cloud and 5G, such as IoT applications, information technology and operational technology systems, primarily within Critical National & Information Infrastructure (CNII).
TM One's recent partnership with Telefonica Global Solutions, combined with our own cybersecurity experts with extensive experience, CYDEC’s capability and capacity offers you a business value approach, enabling you to achieve faster identification of potential risks, addressing the gaps in security implementation, and providing you with the right recommendations based on information security strategy. These will ensure that organisations can quickly, accurately and strategically build their cybersecurity resilience in this new wave of digitalisation.
The EDGE Vertical Column: CYDEC