"In just three weeks since Singapore’s first Covid-2019 case, there have been reports of cybercriminals impersonating government officials to request financial information from individuals. The local authorities have since advised financial institutions to remain vigilant on the cybersecurity front. The Covid-2019 outbreak has caused much anxiety and uncertainty in the market. Individuals are increasingly looking to the authorities and familiar entities for information on how they can stay safe, but not all of it can be trusted.
Financial institutions may have a more robust cybersecurity posture than organisations in many other industries in comparison, but this does not make them immune to cyberattacks. There is still considerable opportunity for financial institutions to improve cybersecurity postures and go on the offensive, such as through proactive cyberthreat hunting. Threat hunting combines proven methodology, innovative technology and highly skilled cybersecurity expertise as
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