Historically, businesses have used computers on site, managed their own infrastructure, and employed IT resources to take care of and support business needs. In the last decade, however, new technologies have become mainstream. Cloud-based computing, mobile computing, increased (and cheaper) access to data storage, artificial intelligence and machine learning, software-defined networking, and the Internet of Things (IoT): all these technologies have the potential to make businesses more efficient and profitable.
The rapid adoption of cloud, in-house application development and open-data initiatives have been instrumental for business-enablement. However, this new data-centric world has also increased the complexity of managing cyber security risks to business and people alike. In response: new privacy laws, security standards and regulatory compliance have come to the for front.
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