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Join us for the 2022 Virtual Taiwan Regional Briefing

In recent months, increase in geopolitical tension has led to a rise in cyber attacks and cybercrime activities, such as the Chinese malware Daxin and activities by APT10 against FIs in Taiwan, as well as Ukraine-themed phishing campaign. Coupled with pressures from the pandemic and technology risks of remote working, financial institutions are doubling down on building better business resilience with a comprehensive security posture.

The concept of ‘Zero Trust’ is a key element that has often surfaced in the process of strengthening an organization’s cybersecurity posture. By putting the trust factor through continuous authentication, authorization, and validation, the ‘Zero Trust’ framework helps to build up cyber resiliency. As Taiwan continuously prepares for increased cyber activities, it is time to take a long-term holistic look at the situation, acknowledge how cyber attacks have changed, and discuss measures that companies can adopt to further mitigate cyber risks.

Join us for the upcoming Taiwan Virtual Regional Briefing where we will talk about how organizations may prepare for the changing geopolitical development. Please take note that the whole meeting will be held in Mandarin.

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