Asia has a digital economy and rapidly developing technology, however, this innovation has been accompanied by an increase in cybercriminal activity and thus the need for stronger cybersecurity, as Asia Pacific is the region most exposed to cyber-attacks in 2022, accounting for 31% of attacks globally. The rise in cyber-attacks threatens vital economic sectors in Asia, which have become more vulnerable as digital transformation continues, with government agencies, industrial companies, information technology companies and financial institutions the most vulnerable victims.
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