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Six trends driving change and creating new security needs
Targeted and sophisticated cyber attacks
Specialist security skills are in short supply, and businesses are struggling to meet the demands of an increased threat landscape, leaving them more exposed than ever.
Increasing adoption of IoT
More and more businesses see IoT as a key enabler to their future success. However, this adoption is bringing new security challenges, as organisations look to integrate different, often unproven technologies.
Customer trust and brand reputation
Customer data breaches suffered by businesses can severely dent the relationship with their customers – disruptions can result in dissatisfaction, concern, and possibly customer churn.
Shift to cloud ‘as a service’ delivery
Enterprise adoption of cloud-based services is accelerating, however even the most secure cloud services could be putting a business’ data at risk, if the connection to the cloud is not highly-secure.
Changing business models and increased mobility
Businesses are fundamentally changing the way they work, becoming more borderless. Employees are increasingly mobile and on the move. This poses data risks through the technologies they use.
Growing regulatory burden
The regulatory landscape is becoming hugely complex, and there is an increasing onus on businesses to provide complete transparency. Non-compliance to regulation can have strong financial and operational impacts.
The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into effect in May 2018, and put new data security requirements on every business that does business within the EU, regardless of what country they are based in. Are you ready?