Digital Transformation

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Game on- Cybersecurity for Sports and Entertainment: Are you ready with the right offense and defense?

As operations at sports stadiums become more dependent on data centers and online networks, and as the performance metrics and health data of athletes become more vulnerable to illicit exposure or alteration, the $80 billion industry of competitive sports has become increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks. As a business they are generating big money and big data, both of which are perfect for hackers.

alienvault

Asset management in the age of digital transformation

Over the past year or so, organizations have rapidly accelerated their digital transformation by employing technologies like cloud and containers to support the shift to IoT and address the expanding remote workforce. This digital shift calls for a new approach to asset visibility as traditional asset administration responsibilities like inventory, software support, and license oversight are often the purview of IT and addressed with IT inventory-focused tools.

SecurityScorecard

What is Access Control? Components and Types

Digital transformation changes the perimeter. When organizations had all their applications on-premises, the network firewall kept the right users inside the gate and malicious actors outside. However, the move to the cloud changed all that. In today’s hyper-connected ecosystem, understanding the components and types of access control can help you strengthen security.

alienvault

Digital transformation explained

No matter what sector your organization does business in, you’ve probably heard the term digital transformation. In every industry, digital transformation is going to be critical to remain competitive and resilient. But what does digital transformation mean? And how does cybersecurity fit in? Today’s organizations are facing an increasingly complex environment of securing everything attached to the network; applications, data, and endpoints.

sumologic

Forrester TEI study: Sumo Logic's Cloud SIEM delivers 166 percent ROI over 3 years and a payback of less than 3 months

We are seeing a renewed focus on accelerating digital transformation projects across business ecosystems and workflows within our customer base. These projects are enabling key business outcomes and this organizational transformation has given security and IT leaders the catalyst and opportunity to modernize security operations while eliminating on-premises debt.

devo

When Your Organization Should Adopt Centralized Logging

Most security pros know the value of log data. Organizations collect metrics, logs, and events from some parts of the environment. But there is a big difference between monitoring and a true centralized log management. How can you measure the effectiveness of your current logging solution? Here are four signs that it’s time to centralize log management in your organization: This post is based on content from the new Devo eBook The Shift Is On.

Convene

How Boards Across the World are Going Digital

Digital transformation has always been an integral part of corporate development. It has been a critical consideration for successful business growth since the 90s. It has become increasingly rampant this past year due to the pandemic, especially for boards. Digitalization has unlocked many opportunities for organizations. However, digitalization spans different regulatory regimes, and this can cause a lot of transversal challenges to businesses.

idcentral

Digital transformation- Remodeling banking industry

It is an accepted fact that one needs to constantly keep upgrading oneself to stay relevant in the industry and progress. Banks are at tipping point of adopting the changes happening in the industry. Digital channels have become “table stakes”, financial institutions must find different ways to differentiate themselves. Upending conventions, COVID 19 catalyzed the adoption of digital initiatives by companies and has also radically changed consumer behavior.

WhiteSource

API Security in a Digitally Transformed World

One unexpected consequence of the global pandemic is the acceleration of digital transformation across organizations of all sizes. With so many employees working from home, organizations realized they needed to upgrade to a cloud infrastructure to support everyone working remotely. As applications moved from on-premises to the cloud to support these new remote users, organizations needed to think about the APIs and microservices that connected users to essential applications.