Keeping businesses safe online

KUCHING: As Sarawak embarks on its digital economy transformation plan, it is timely for local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to take steps to protect their business from cyber threats, says a cyber security expert.

Singapore-based consultancy iTGRC Asia founder and chief practice adviser Frank Chin (pic) said digital transformation was now a buzzword in the market and across industries, with SMEs facing uncertainties and the fear of security threats that came with it.

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