Governments and enterprises across the Asia-Pacific region have been shoring up their cyberdefences amidst the recent spate of cyberattacks. But our collective cybersecurity is only as strong as that of the weakest link.
Increasingly, cybercriminals are leveraging the interconnectedness of the global ICT supply chain to execute wide-scale, high-impact cyberattacks. These are known as ICT supply chain cyberattacks, which often target software vendors or IT services companies with the intent to infect their clients.
Given the scale of the impact and range of stakeholders involved, who is responsible for the cybersecurity of our ICT supply chains? What is being done now, and what more can be done?
Join Kaspersky and our panel of leaders from the Asia-Pacific region to discuss trends and policies on ICT supply chain resilience at our Online Policy Forum on 20 January 2022, at 07:45 – 09:00 UTC. We encourage you to attend and participate in our interactive session, which will be conducted in English, with live translations in Chinese, Indonesian, Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese.
Watch snippets of our past Online Policy Forums here.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology; and Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, India
Chief Executive Officer of CyberSecurity Malaysia
Chairman of Communication & Information System Security Research Center (CISSReC), Indonesia
Moderator for this Forum,
Head of Government Affairs, APAC, Kaspersky