Leaders speak on emerging technologies in the modern cyber landscape, ETCIO SEA

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The most obvious questions generated last year are going to have a plethora of answers – how will AI change businesses? What are the most ethical practices amidst its mass availability? How will it evolve cybersecurity practices? Does it expand the threat landscape as much as it helps develop foolproof cyber tech to detect attacks? What steps are leaders taking to navigate these uncertainties?

2023 was a year full of the AI buzz, navigating the changing threat landscape, data concerns, and meeting evolving customer needs. In the last month of the year, we spoke to leaders across Asia Pacific about leading cybersecurity with more simplistic foundations, advanced security technology, bringing cultural change within organisations, adopting ethical AI, and how tech leaders are equipping businesses for the uncertain future with emerging technologies.

Here’s what they had to share.

Leaders need to stop looking at cybersecurity as a collection of point solutions

Leaders should treat security as a team sport; it is everybody’s business

People are the weakest link in the world of cybersecurity defence

Focus on solving customers’ actual pain points and making generative AI accessible, cost-effective, and secure

60% of organisations in the region are likely to adopt at least one emerging technology, including AI, to fuel their business operations

Published On Jan 8, 2024 at 05:00 AM IST

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