The need for digital transformation accelerated by the economic challenges due to the pandemic has likely created a significant gap in the issue of cyber security among enterprises in the country.
KPMG’s latest report, Securing the cloud, details the need for security teams to move beyond traditional approaches to effectively manage security and protect vital business assets in today’s new reality and threat landscape.
Head of IT-enabled transformation at KPMG in Malaysia Alvin Gan said cloud investment was considered the third most important technology investment during the onset of Covid-19.
“But in the rush to shift online, businesses may have taken an ‘act now, ask questions later’ approach to their digital transformation and cloud implementation. This could mean some sizeable gaps in their cloud security, leaving them vulnerable to new forms of cyberattacks,” he added.
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