One of the biggest obstacles enterprises face during their digital transformation journey is operating in a hybrid model that maintains legacy systems while migrating to the cloud. A main issue with hybrid environments is identity management.
While the wheels of digital transformation were set in motion much earlier, the pandemic accelerated their speed. It significantly impacted how organisations approach their IT ecosystem and security. Today’s landscape, with no perimeter, requires a Zero Trust approach.
A sustainable data strategy focuses on good data rather than big data. With good data at the nucleus of DX efforts, a clear data strategy can support growth catalysis within the business and among its employees, empowering customers and other stakeholders.
With digital transformation comes risk, and the implementation of new and innovative digital technologies without the appropriate safeguards can come at a very real financial and operational costs.
Instead of only focusing solely on how to protect the existing environments, CISOs must also aim to provide the right environment for secure business innovation.
COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating the digital transformation across the healthcare sector, and bringing along corresponding privacy risks to personal data.
The Middle East & Africa (MEA) region is currently on the verge of immense digital transformation and disruption fuelled by government spending and rapid technology adoption.