Kaspersky and NCSA sign MoU to boost Thailand’s cybersecurity capability | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #ransomware

Genie Gan, Kaspersky’s Director of Government Affairs and Public Policy for Asia-Pacific, Japan, Middle East, Türkiye, and Africa, said: “This MoU has been a long time coming given the longstanding collaboration between NCSA and Kaspersky. With the official inking of the MoU, we hope to deepen our ties through more frequent exchanges that will strengthen the NCSA’s ability to deal with cyberthreats, for the benefit of the people of Thailand.”

Air Vice Marshal Amorn Chomchoey, Secretary General of NCSA, commented: “Thailand’s cyber threat figures in 2023 increased by 114.25% from the previous year. The top three risks are website hacking, defacement, and false websites. Our responsibilities include not only establishing policies, regulations, and standards but also mitigating threats and bringing charges against cyber criminals. Both NCSA and Kaspersky are committed to building a future where mutual collaboration is a cornerstone of innovation and excellence in a rapidly evolving digital world.”


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