Just over half of Indonesian businesses reported experiencing a cyber incident (52%), which is under the APAC average of 59%.
As represented across the APAC region, data loss in Indonesia is the primary concern (82%). This is followed by 70% of Indonesian organizations being concerned about reputational damage, the highest across APAC. Although data loss is the greatest concern, the most significant reported impact was business interruption, cited by 62% of respondents. Indonesian businesses were the least likely to cite financial costs as an impact of cyberattacks (13%).
Compared with the rest of the markets, above half of the Indonesian organizations surveyed are implementing all of the measures stated below. Monitoring (84%) and buying hardware and software security tools (80%) are also the nation’s favorite approach to address cyber security threats. However, outsourcing cyber security functions (60%), such as vCISO, is least preferred among the security executives interviewed.
The APAC State of Incident Report 2022 surveyed 700 information security executives across Australia, Japan, Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia. To understand more of the efforts and investment priorities to minimize the cyber security threats of the businesses, please download the full report here.
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