2019 Unisys Security Index - Malaysia

Unisys Security Index™ Malaysia

Globally, consumers are more concerned about online threats like identity theft and bankcard fraud than physical threats like terrorism and natural disasters

2019 Unisys Security Index™ Malaysia

Key Findings in Malaysia

The Unisys Security Index measures concerns of consumers on issues related to national, personal, financial and internet security around the world. This year, we also surveyed respondents about their security concerns at large public events. Download Infographic.

82%

Malaysians worry about security of CREDIT CARD DATA on their mobile devices when using public Wi-Fi at big events

1 in 3

Malaysians stopped dealing with an organisation after they suffered a DATA BREACH in the last year

Data Security Tops Australian Public’s Concerns, Creating Barrier to Digital Identity-based Services Such as Centralised Electronic Health Records

Deliver Peace of Mind With Zero Trust Security

The top four consumer security concerns are digital. Business success today requires the assurance of customers’ online safety. A Zero Trust model is a commonsense approach to cybersecurity that can handle evolving business requirements and threats. Learn how to implement Zero Trust in five steps.

Data Security Tops Australian Public’s Concerns, Creating Barrier to Digital Identity-based Services Such as Centralised Electronic Health Records

Addressing Consumer Safety Concerns With Zero Trust Security

June 24, 2019 at 1pm US ET / 10am US PT

The top four consumer security concerns are all digital. You don’t want your organization to be the one that makes those fears come true. A Zero Trust security model provides a commonsense approach to protecting your customers’ data. In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • The leading security concerns for consumers worldwide
  • The benefits of a Zero Trust security model to protect critical customer information
  • Five steps for implementing Zero Trust
With Data Security the Top Malaysian Security Concern, One in Three Malaysians Have Stopped Working With an Organisation After a Data Breach

With Data Security the Top Malaysian Security Concern, One in Three Malaysians Have Stopped Working With an Organisation After a Data Breach

At large events, Malaysians are more concerned about data theft on public wi-fi than physical attacks

The 2019 Survey

Conducted across 13 countries in North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific



(Read the 2018 Unisys Security Index results.)

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