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How to Secure the Global Fintech Services Ecosystem

How to Secure the Global Fintech Services Ecosystem

FinTechs have the potential to be the engines of innovation we need during the Great Reset. The findings of the World Economic Forum’s FinTech Cybersecurity Consortium provide a starting point on the path to a security management system to get them there.

via World Economic Forum

Trends Driving Sovereign Public Cloud Computing Adoption

Trends Driving Sovereign Public Cloud Computing Adoption

“Growing nationalistic sentiments sweeping various nations such as the U.S., Europe, and India, will add fuel to the sovereign cloud discussion. The Huawei ban in the U.S., the ban on Chinese apps in India, and reducing dependencies on China across sectors are indicators of emerging nationalistic sentiments.”

via Everest Group

Online Security Trends for the Remote Workforce

Online Security Trends for the Remote Workforce

“In a normal year, only 5% of information workers primarily work from home, but since March 2020, 47% of respondents say their organization has transitioned at least half of their workforce to remote work.”

via Forrester

Tech for Life: Putting Trust Back in Technology

Tech for Life: Putting Trust Back in Technology

“Software code now lies behind virtually every business. It is the lubricant of the tech growth engine. And what an engine! Every single day 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is generated globally. Ninety percent of the data in the world has been created in the last two years. There is more and it is coming quicker than ever before.”

via World Economic Forum

Smart Home Solutions Revenue to Reach $135.3 Billion

Smart Home Solutions Revenue to Reach $135.3 Billion

The global smart home market size is expected to grow from $78.3 billion in 2020 to $135.3 billion by 2025 — that’s a CAGR of 11.6%. The growth is driven by increasing internet users, the income of people in developing economies, home monitoring in remote locations, and the need for energy-saving & low carbon emission solutions.

via Markets & Markets

Quantum Computers: Why IT Security Policy Must Evolve

Quantum Computers: Why IT Security Policy Must Evolve

The quantum computing age is growing ever closer – and it could render current encryption systems obsolete. These risks could also prevent this technology’s true value from being realized. Addressing this issue requires action at the national and global levels – now.”

via World Economic Forum

5G Apps: Healthcare Providers Protect Patient Data

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“As the number of connected devices and networks grows, 5G will bring both benefits and challenges in terms of network and data security. This will make it essential for healthcare organizations to evaluate risks and vulnerabilities around the availability of and access to patients’ health data.”

via IDC

Exploring the Rise of Smart Video Surveillance

Exploring the Rise of Smart Video Surveillance

The video surveillance market will nearly double. By 2025, the global annual spend for video cameras will be ~$48 billion, with a CAGR of 12%. This is in spite of temporary declines due to lockdowns associated with pandemic control.

via IDC

Utilities Must Prepare for Cyber Threat Increase

Utilities Must Prepare for Cyber Threat Increase

Digital OT makes an attractive target for a host of actors whose objectives range from financial gain to sheer disruption – and today, a cyber arms-race is the new normal for utilities and their suppliers. As digital technologies spread through and add value to energy infrastructure, attacks will continue to escalate in frequency and sophistication.

via World Economic Forum

Four Rules for Government Protection of Personal Data

Four Rules for Government Protection of Personal Data

“As COVID-19 continues its global surge, a number of governments, scientists and technologists have been exploring how technology, including artificial intelligence, could be used to help “flatten” the novel coronavirus’s curve.”

via World Economic Forum