ZDNet, June 30, 2015
Some markets in Asia-Pacific are hindered by local testing requirements, while others have no cybersecurity strategies in place or are still in the midst of rolling out these infrastructures.
The region is slow in establishing comprehensive national cybersecurity plans as well as implementing the necessary legal frameworks to ensure critical infrastructures are adequately protected, according to BSA's inaugural APAC Cybersecurity Dashboard released Tuesday.
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