S’pore firms prone to data theft

Kenny Chee reports:

Singapore companies are too trusting with their data, and are all too willing to give out confidential information to vendors and partners.

That’s according to a security expert in the United States, who says that this creates a hotbed for cybercrimes like data theft.

Mr Bryan Sartin, director of investigative response at Verizon Business, said the trend for big firms in Singapore is to give their partners more security access to confidential data than they do for their own employees.

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