Disruptive Technology: How Businesses Are Adapting to AI, Blockchain, and IoT
COVID-19 has forced businesses all over the world to operate remotely, and for much longer periods of time than initially anticipated. In doing so, companies have had to grapple with the cybersecurity challenges that come with the WFH model, as well as find new ways to ensure their protection. In this endeavour, zero trust has risen to the surface as an effective way to navigate WFH security, which we explore in this podcast.
Joining us to lend his expertise on the matter is Ben Bulpett, EMEA Marketing Director at SailPoint. In particular, Ben outlines the main challenges and risks that businesses are facing, before sharing his advice for security professionals dealing with WFH changes. Furthermore, Ben delves into the impact of zero trust on employee productivity and shares his hopes for zero trust's future.
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