Asia's digital connectedness has made it a growing target for cybercriminals. Security vendor FireEye, for example, noted in 2015 that more than 95% of Asia-Pacific enterprises unknowingly hosted compromised endpoints in the previous year. This situation will worsen if nothing is done to improve enterprise security. This research note looks at what Microsoft is doing to help enterprise customers defend themselves.
Microsoft, as the de facto productivity tool and operating systems standard for many organizations, has therefore stepped up its war on cyberthreats. The tech giant spends over $1bn per year on cybersecurity research and development.
Features and benefits:
- This research note analyzes what cyberthreats Asian companies are open to.
- This research note evaluates what Microsoft is doing to help its customers fight cyberthreats in Asia Pacific.
- What drivers are feeding cybercriminal activity in Asia today?
- What is Microsoft building in cybersecurity in Asia and how is it doing this?
- Microsoft acts to mitigate risks for its customers
- Many firms are still reactive in their approach to cybersecurity
- Moving firms towards a proactive security posture
- Publisher's take
- Further reading