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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | Study: Many companies don't change security policy after cyberattack Related reading: Australia and Chinese Taipei join APEC's Cross-Border Privacy Rules System




A recent study found that 52 percent of Australian respondents said their organizations rarely change their security strategy, even in the wake of a cyberattack, CSO reports. The 2018 Vanson Bourne-CyberArk Global Advanced Threat Landscape Report surveyed a mix of 160 chief information officers and chief technology officers. In a statement, CyberArk ANZ Regional Director Matthew Brazier said, “Attackers have almost limitless freedom and agility, and are constantly evolving their tools and techniques,” adding, “Organisations, being much larger and more structured, are not able to evolve their security strategy and controls to match this pace of change.”
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