Digital transformation can be complicated. We’re here to demystify it.
DTX Talks are exclusive Q&A with IT leaders. Drawing on their extensive experiences, they will share the following: What are their challenges? How have they changed this year? Where do they find inspiration? What are their concerns about the industry, now and in the future?
Business is changing. We probably won’t be spending as much time in an office in the future. More importantly, the way we engage with products and services is also going to look very different.
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With over 20 years’ experience defining strategies for security products and technologies and helping organisations recover and learn from cyberattacks, Sam Humphries, Security Strategist at Exabeam, knows what it takes to build a security battle squad. In this interview, she debunks the assumption that increased capabilities has to equate to increased cost, offering advice on how to make use of automation, techniques to select the right tool for the task and why you need to focus on people and processes.
What will this look like? Will there be any offices at all? What about employee health and wellbeing? And where will all of that money spent on expensive property go?
With the mass adoption of home working technology and increased activity on both online services and customer-facing networks, cyber attackers have a wealth of openings to exploit.
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