Atos publishes report on the latest cybersecurity landscape
London, UK – Wednesday 5 October, 2022 – As part of European Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Atos today publishes its latest opinion paper, Digital Vision: Cybersecurity 3, which explores some of the most pressing issues in the field.
Over the last few years, organisations around the world have accelerated their digital transformation programmes. But cyberattacks from criminal and state actors continue to threaten sensitive individual, business and government data.
With contributors from Microsoft, the EDF Group and others alongside expert views from inside Atos, the report details how and why organisations should adapt their security strategies to address current and future threats while meeting the latest technological, regulatory and customer trends.
Covering the implications of digital transformation, digital sovereignty, cloud migration and the impact a zero trust approach on cybersecurity, the latest Digital Vision gives advice on how new technologies can be safely and securely implemented.
Kulveer Ranger, SVP Head of Strategy, Marketing, Communications & Public Affairs – Northern Europe & APAC at Atos, said: “The increased reliance on connected, online systems has made businesses more vulnerable to cyberattacks, while also encouraging more cybercrime. Businesses and organisations of all shapes and sizes will need to be more strategic, innovative and engaged in the way they approach cybersecurity if they are to meet these challenges.
“Our Digital Vision: Cybersecurity 3 paper offers practical ideas and guidance from cybersecurity experts on how business leaders can define or adapt their cybersecurity strategies in this volatile world and ensure their success in our increasingly digital future.”
The Digital Vision: Cybersecurity 3 paper builds on the experience of Atos as number one Europe and global leader in cybersecurity, offering the full spectrum of cybersecurity and related solutions covering zero trust, digital sovereignty, prescriptive security, and more.
Atos delivers solutions to clients worldwide, with more than 6,000 cybersecurity specialists working in 71 countries.