Cybersecurity threats in Thailand

January 4, 2023

Cybersecurity threats in Thailand are intensifying, with the country falling to a low ranking of 44 on the Global Cybersecurity Index. Government agencies, financial institutions, and large businesses are particularly at risk of cyber attacks, with the three most concerning tactics being brand impersonation, data exfiltration, and data corruption.

In the next 15 years, Thailand is expected to adopt biometric identification, AI-based cybersecurity, and quantum cryptography in an effort to improve its cybersecurity posture. It is important for individuals and businesses in Thailand to stay vigilant and prioritize cybersecurity measures to protect against these threats.

Read our article written by our Senior Research Analyst Yada Saraneeyatham, and stay informed about the latest cybersecurity threats in Thailand and the measures taken to improve its posture.


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