Where data is stored and processed matters to citizens and governments. Organizations must respond to the emerging regulatory environment.
the increase in the number of EU GDPR violations between July 2020 and July 2021
As organizations have come to terms with a wider array of digital risks spread across an increasingly diverse business ecosystem, policy makers and regulators have begun to raise concerns around where data is stored and processed.
It is crucial that businesses understand the implications of digital sovereignty and are able to respond quickly to changing regulatory landscapes.
With identity acting as the new perimeter for cybersecurity, controlling access is critical and encryption is essential. In this Digital Vision we explore what Digital Sovereignty means and how new technologies like 5G impact on data security.
Digital Sovereignty – Latest Articles
EDF Group’s Chief Information Security Officer, Olivier Ligneul offers his perspective on how organizations are responding to the “battle for digital sovereignty” and adapting their technologies and strategies to ensure sovereignty and trust are maintained
Digital Vision: Cybersecurity 3 – Further Insights
From across Atos and beyond, find out more about cybersecurity challenges and how organizations can respond to cyber threats