Careless top executives worsened SEA data leak, expert says


NEGLIGENCE by top-level executives, IT administrators, employees and other authorised personnel that have access to sensitive and confidential data had contributed to a number of data leakage cases reported in Southeast Asia recently.

Dubbed as the most serious threat to data privacy in the region, about 56% of the incidents of compromised data caused by the aforementioned internal violators while 44% of leakages were the result of external attacks and former employees, according to the latest research findings by cybersecurity and data leak prevention expert InfoWatch Group.


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