CyberArk launched its unified CyberArk Identity Security Platform to better protect Indonesian organisations from growing attacks on human and non-human. Data sovereignty compliance will also be strengthened through SaaS-based solutions.
"Attackers are constantly evolving their tactics to achieve access to sensitive data and assets, often exploiting the proliferation of new identities in cloud environments. To prevent such incidents from disrupting Indonesia's digital transformation journey, security teams need to make identity security a top priority," said Lim Teck Wee, area vice president for ASEAN, at CyberArk.
"The availability of CyberArk’s new locally-hosted identity security offerings means that organisations will be able to comply with data sovereignty and authentication processing requirements, secure human and machine identities, and harness cloud technologies flexibly and effectively,” he continues.
The CyberArk SVP said that with this, organisations in Indonesia will be equipped to navigate cyber threats. The company emphasizes their commitment and pride in assisting Indonesian businesses get the most out of their digital solutions, signifying their commitment to support the country’s initiatives to promote a safe digital ecosystem.
A recent study revealed that 99 percent of organisations within Asia Pacific and Japan expect identity-related compromise in 2023 due to financial cutbacks, geopolitical factors, cloud adoption and hybrid work.