03 Apr New Report Shows Disparity in Asian Data Protection Measures
A recent report by DellEMC/IDC showed that there was significant disparity in data protection measures across countries in Asia which, according to analysts, may have alarming consequences.
In a report called Data Risk Management Barometer – Gauging Asia-Pacific’s Potential, it was established that the penalties on non-compliance with data privacy legislation varied significantly per country, which Singapore having one of the highest penalties at SGD 1 million, as opposed to a country like Thailand that does not impose any penalties at all.
The report took a look at 14 Asian countries – Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, New Zealand, Korea, Vietnam, China, Japan, India and Thailand, with the full results published in an infographic format.
Source: Techwire Asia