Cyber Defense

The increasing use of ransomeware and other digital intrusions show that companies need to worry not just about data leaks, but must also worry about having their access to that data taken away causing serious damage to their operations. The pandemic has helped push companies to implement digital transformations, but an increased reliance on digital tools can create serious new vulnerabilities. In this event, we will examine emerging cyber risks and how companies can mitigate them. 

About the event

As companies embark on digital transformation, new vulnerabilities emerge

While criminals increase their sophistication, state-aligned actors are also engaged in attacks against governments, infrastructure, and the private sector. The war in Ukraine has increased concerns about government use of cyber weapons and the potential for those weapons to spread out of control. A cyberattack that stopped operations at Toyota just after Japan announced sanctions against Russia led many to wonder if a government was behind the attack.

While many companies talked for years about digital transformation, the pandemic finally pushed many of them to start making that happen. But as organisations increase their reliance upon digital tools, serious new vulnerabilities have emerged.

What are the emerging cyber risks? How can they affect operations? What are the insurance and liability implications of an attack? In this event, we will explore the new challenges brought about by digital transformation and how companies should defend against them.

Our goal for this roundtable is to increase your awareness of the cyber risks you face and help you advance your internal conversations about how to address them.

Event details


Majestic Hotel
5 Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin,
50000 KL
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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