Black Hat Asia’s first-ever research report, ‘Cybersecurity Risk in Asia’, revealed that nearly 70 per cent of security professionals surveyed expect an attack impacting critical infrastructure across multiple Asian countries to occur within the next two years. Meanwhile, nearly 60 per cent of Asia-based cybersecurity pros fear malicious attack on the horizon from Russia, China and North Korea.
Nearly 70% of cyber security leaders in the APAC region believe a major attack affecting critical infrastructure across multiple countries will happen in the next two years, a survey reveals. Most cyber security leaders in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region believe that a major, successful cyber attack on critical infrastructure in their country, or multiple countries, is imminent, a new survey has found, which was conducted ahead of Black Hat Asia in Singapore.
It has been reported that China is stepping up its surveillance and security game by expanding its use of high-tech sunglasses with facial recognition technology. The glasses, powered by Artificial Intelligence, scan the faces of vehicle occupants and licence plates, flagging with a red box and warning sign to the wearer when any match up with a centralised “blacklist”.