target audience: TECH BUYER  Publication date: Mar 2024 - Document type: IDC Perspective - Doc  Document number: # AP50956224

IDC Perspective: The Current Asia/Pacific (Including Japan) Landscape Concerning Identity Governance and Administration

By:  Christian Fam Loading


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This IDC Perspective highlights the complexity and diversity of data privacy and regulatory frameworks in the Asia/Pacific (including Japan) (APJ) region, emphasizing the increasing stringency of laws to combat cyberthreats and data misuse. The importance of identity security, particularly identity governance and administration (IGA), is crucial for ensuring compliance and navigating the complexities of data privacy across various countries, including North Asia, India, Australia/New Zealand (ANZ), and Southeast Asia. Digital transformation has significantly impacted business operations, customer engagement, and the proliferation of connected devices, thereby expanding potential cyberattack vectors and introducing new vulnerabilities. The APJ region faces a dynamic and challenging cyberthreat landscape, compounded by geopolitical tensions and the sophistication of cybercriminals. As data privacy regulations evolve, prioritizing identity security becomes paramount, enabling digital sovereignty and the protection of personal information, thus fostering trust and maintaining customer loyalty in a digital-first world.


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