Hacking, Information Leaks: Mexican Companies’ Main Concerns
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Hacking, Information Leaks: Mexican Companies’ Main Concerns

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Antonio Gozain By Antonio Gozain | Senior Journalist and Industry Analyst - Thu, 12/29/2022 - 12:00

Mexican companies see information leakage and hackers as the biggest cybersecurity challenges to tackle in 2023, according to the Mexican edition of PwC’s Digital Trust Insights 2023.

From the total CEOs, CISOs and CFOs surveyed, 46 percent of the executives said that operational hacking and information leaks are the cyberattacks that will see the sharpest growth during 2023. 


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