Embracing Intelligent Automation to enrich employee and customer experiences, enhance data utilization and protection, reduce cost while fostering collaboration, transparency and trust is top of mind for decision makers in 2021 and beyond.
Analysis and measurement along with streamlining processes have overwhelmingly supported automating key functions faster, better cheaper. Effectively using Data Analytics across all functions of the Enterprise have been key to successful automation projects. Keeping data safe at rest and in motion is a must to have ongoing confidence in Intelligent Automation systems.
Cybersecurity is an important and fundamental component of success of any Intelligent Automation initiative. Preventative measures to avert security incidents is necessary as post event detection is meaningless to operations. Breaches of automated systems will cause abrupt systemic failures with a high risk of large negative operational impact that will take time and intellectual sophistication to research and resolve.
The most enlightened companies have Data Scientists on board to support intelligent automation initiatives and need a solid approach to securing these initiatives. Cyber-attacks and security tools evolve rapidly and keeping current with the latest technology in this space is a perpetual initiative.
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With the continued migration of people, data, and
applications to the cloud, it has become clear that the traditional ways of
implementing policy and security are gone. To fully realize the promise of
digital transformation projects, security must be the final piece of the puzzle
to make the journey to the cloud, putting it back in proximity to what it is
designed to protect - people, data, and applications.
Learn how the key elements of a SASE architecture can reap benefits for organizations large and small and how to get started on that journey.
For enterprises with hybrid workforces and ubiquitous cloud services, protecting the edge is no longer enough. Security teams must deliver safer access to business resources and enforce security policies consistently. A data-first SASE architecture goes beyond access to control usage of data everywhere and ensure only the right people have access to the right data, while enabling you to understand the usage of data and apply appropriate control points where needed.