Access Partnership’s CCAPAC have authored a report on the management of technology risks in the public sector along with regulated industries.
In today’s increasingly digitalised world, technology risk management is a complex task for organisations of all types and sizes. Public sector agencies and regulated industries face special challenges based on the technologies they employ to deliver everything from citizen services to transportation, telecommunications, and healthcare.
The Coalition for Cybersecurity in Asia-Pacific (CCAPAC) launched its 2021 report on Managing Technology Risks in the Public Sector and Regulated Industries. The report seeks to guide policymakers and organisations to better understand how to manage emerging risks stemming from new technologies being considered and existing technologies already present in current systems. The report dives deep into exploring two issues—cloud computing adoption and supply chain management—to help clarify some of the misconceptions that arise from cloud computing cybersecurity as well as recommend how to address threats arising from the technology supply chain to bolster resilience and security.
About the Coalition for Cybersecurity in Asia-Pacific (CCAPAC)
The Coalition for Cybersecurity in Asia-Pacific comprises Amazon Web Services, Becton Dickinson, Cisco Systems, MasterCard, and VMware. We are a group of dedicated industry stakeholders who are working to positively shape the cybersecurity environment in Asia through policy analysis, engagement, and capacity building. Access Partnership is the secretariat for CCAPAC.