Rapid digital transformation puts APAC firms in a precarious position

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Rapid digital transformation puts APAC firms in a precarious position

The rapid rate of digital transformation over the last two years has impacted no region as significantly as Asia-Pacific (APAC) says Guy Warren, CEO of ITRS Group. But amid racing ahead when it comes to transforming, many financial institutions in the region are failing to develop and implement strategies to ensure the resilience of their operations - and it's beginning to have dire consequences. More, with the current geopolitical climate, the threat of potential cyberattacks has escalated...

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