Cyber espionage poses a major threat to organizations and countries in Asia as it leads to endangering sensitive information with the escalation of successful attacks that search for user data and trade secrets that cause disruption to the basic operations of institutions with the suspension of business operations and the interruption of access to infrastructure and data, so there is a need to improve cybersecurity standards and update laws related to it, as well as improve communication between organizations and national centers for responding to cyber incidents and supporting training programs on cybersecurity and strengthening international relations and data exchange.




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