Are you prepared for a cyber pandemic?

The global health crisis has led to repercussions that may change the IT landscape forever. Consider this: there were almost 3,000 publicly reported breaches in the first three quarters of 2020, a 51 per cent increase compared to the same period last year. The second quarter of 2020 was labelled as the worst on record for data breaches.

Working from home, the move to cloud, increased adoption of containerisation, the growth of IoT technologies, and the widespread move to digital business is creating new attack surfaces – leading to what some are calling the cyber pandemic.

So, what does this growing cyber threat mean for organisations across the Asia-Pacific region? Join CIO Australia's Editor-In-Chief Byron Connolly; CISO Lens’ Founder and Research Director, James Turner; IBM's Distinguished Engineer and Chief Security Officer, Cognitive Systems, Dimitrios Pendarakis and Chris Hockings, CTO, IBM Security for a webcast 

During this webcast, you will hear:

  • Are we on the cusp of a global cyber pandemic and how must your organisation respond?
  • How organisations fared against the cyber threat in 2020 and what they need to do this year to ensure protection and compliance
  • The importance of a defense-in-depth approach – protecting your entire IT stack, from hardware to applications
  • The best practices to help you improve your cyber security posture and ensure compliance, this year and beyond