Microsoft has rallied policymakers in seven Asia-Pacific markets, including Singapore and Indonesia, in an effort to improve the exchange of threat intelligence and resources among their respective public sectors. According to the US software vendor, “collective” regional efforts are crucial in countering cyber threats, which are unavoidable in an increasingly interconnected globe.
It was stated that Asia-Pacific saw more malware and ransomware attacks, with 1.6 and 1.7 times the worldwide average, respectively. According to Microsoft’s 2019 danger report, developing markets such as Indonesia, India, and Sri Lanka were the most exposed to such threats that year.
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