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Introducing... SecurityBrief Asia

27 Apr 16

​Techday, Asia Pacific’s leading source of technology news, currently operates a network of 12 sites. We recently announced the arrival of our newest specialist site, SecurityBrief.asia.

"Last year we launched six new sites in Singapore, Australia and New Zealand," says Techday publisher Sean Mitchell. "The launch of SecurityBrief.asia is another step further into Asia and leverages our experience in writing about cyber security for Australia and New Zealand."

Cyber security is paramount as new headlines emerge about hackers crippling corporate, enterprise and government organisations because of stolen funds, bad publicity or embarrassing revelations. This cannot be ignored.

"Enterprise security is one of the most pressing issues for not just Asian CIO's and IT managers but also business leaders generally," says Mitchell. "Many are acutely aware of rising occurrences of data breaches, hacks and other infiltrations and our new SecurityBrief.asia site will fill this thirst for information."

The best protection for corporate, enterprise and government organisations is awareness. SecurityBrief.asia will publish relevant cyber security news to the profitable niche audience of security decision makers within large establishments like CSOs, CIOs, IT managers, security experts and consultants.

This niche audience will be interested in the latest security threats, security products and how they can best protect their organisations.

"Our team of specialist journalists only write about technology and mainly enterprise technology within that," says Mitchell. "We've got the knowledge, contacts and experience to make this new site a huge success in a short amount of time."

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