Excerpts from the CrowdStrike® Asia Pacific And Japan (APJ) State Of Cybersecurity Report.
The CrowdStrike research surveyed more than 2,000 business leaders in Australia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand on threats, opportunities and investment — and what post-COVID-19 business recovery could look like.
Here are the key survey findings on technology, hybrid model of working and cybersecurity.
- 65% of the surveyed business leaders expect technology budgets to increase. Organisations are embracing the new normal of work and looking at additional investments in technology.
- 82% of the business leaders surveyed think their employees will keep working from home or move to a hybrid model.
- 67% believe their organisation should invest more in building a remote work environment to enable organisational success.
- 51% of respondents are still concerned that remote working in the next six months will put them personally at higher risk of a cyberattack, while 65% feel their companies would be at a higher risk of attack.
- 74% of respondents believe there should be more investment in remote working and list cybersecurity as a priority for additional investment in the months ahead.
- 47% of survey respondents say they will face budget limitations, and 41% are concerned about additional training costs over the next 18 months.