The cybersecurity challenge: leaving the fortress
In the space of just a handful of years cybersecurity has become a key item on every boardroom agenda and sits as one of the top business risks. You would be hard-pressed to find anyone who wasn’t acutely aware of the need for security. The conversation is certainly open but are we always identifying the correct challenges. Our Digital Vision for Cybersecurity examines the fast-evolving threat landscape and what steps businesses must take to ensure they’re protected.
Pierre Barnabé, Executive vice-president, Head of Big Data & Security, Atos
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Cybersecurity must manage the ever-increasing external threat landscape but, in the age of digital transformation, it must evolve to protect the developments within the internal business also.
It must be able to move, flex and change with your business and keep up with emerging technologies as well as ever-shifting regulations.
We believe that cybersecurity is a journey of constant adaptation and automation, which requires a mix of products, services and consulting. Being prepared for the unexpected both outside and within your organization.
Over the next few years, as the prevalence of data shifts business models, we predict that cybersecurity will be a key function of your organization in ensuring trust is maintained with your customers. This will be a vital ingredient for success.
Thierry Breton, Atos Chairman & CEO
A more automated cybersecurity approach is essential to address the sheer scale, complexity and volatility of risks in the digital age.
As Robert S. Mueller, ex-Director of the FBI once said, we cannot undo the impact of technology – nor would we want to. We must use our connectivity to stop those who seek to do us harm. At Atos, we believe that data, combined with human intelligence and insight, is key to fighting today’s threats. We harness automation and machine learning to understand – and predict – the threat landscape. We’re also getting ready for the next digital shockwaves – not least the arrival of quantum computing. Yet with the attack surface expanding, cybersecurity is no longer just for the IT department. It’s an executive leadership issue involving every individual in an organization.
Pierre Barnabé, Executive Vice-President, Head of Big Data & Security, Atos
Key topics – Digital vision for cybersecurity
Cybersecurity: the business challenge
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