The Unisys Security Index measures concerns of consumers on issues related to national, personal, financial and internet security around the world. Malaysians recorded the third highest level of concern of the 13 countries surveyed, led by concern about data security issues such as identity theft, credit card fraud and internet viruses or hacking. Download Infographics:
Malaysians are very comfortable using digital identities to engage with government but not for accessing open banking financial services from multiple providers
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Global Insights to the 2018 Unisys Security Index Survey
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Malaysians are more open to embracing digital identities to engage with government organisations than with banking or commercial entities.
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As you’ve seen in the new USI 2018 report, consumers are concerned about numerous cybersecurity issues like identity theft an bankcard fraud. Business success today requires that you earn and keep your customers’ trust. Analyst firm ISG has looked into how keeping personal data safe is a key element of digital trust.
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As you’ve read in the 2018 Unisys Security Index, the top 3 concerns that consumers have are all about cyber threats: identity theft, bankcard fraud and viruses/hackers. Have you implemented a Zero Trust security model to protect your customers’ PII? This new report from Forrester shows how microsegmentation can help you protect consumer data.
The 2018 Unisys Security Index shows that consumers’ greatest security concern is identity theft. To protect consumers’ identity information from breaches, you first need to know what data you’ve collected, where it is, and what risks it is subject to. And you need to be able to explain all of this to your board of directors in economic terms.
Identity theft credit card fraud online virus Malaysian people are most concerned about data security issues
– Malaysian Insights
Study reveals Malaysian's top data security concerns
– Malay Mail
Malaysians more concerned about cybersecurity threats
– The Star Online
Data security tops Malaysian publics concerns
– Money Compass
Malaysians’ top three data security concerns revealed
– Malaysian Times
Conducted across 13 countries in North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.
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