India is witnessing a huge demand for insurance products. A digital platform is discussed as a high priority, and it will increase the distribution of insurance products across the country. This platform will bring together sellers and buyers of insurance products.
Most cloud computing security threats emanate from age-old issues that have been in existence since the pre-cloud days. In addition to mitigating these threats, CISOs and CIOs have to safeguard their infrastructure from the supply chain attacks that have intensified and impacted several businesses since 2020.
In the latest weekly update, Information Security Media Group Editors discuss current cybersecurity and privacy issues, including advice on strengthening off-hours defenses during the holiday season, emerging cybercrime trends in 2022, and Palo Alto's first big M&A since early 2021.
As employees return to work, many are finding it difficult to adapt and reset routines. In this scenario, organizations must explore new ways to attract and retain talent. Here are some strategies and best practices.
India's current Data Protection draft bill is a sea change from its earlier version. What works in the new bill and what does not work? Three experts share their views on the expected practical implementation of some of the requirements of the bill.
One of the challenges companies face when adopting new technology is to align it with organizational goals and make use of it for better resilience. While new systems can dramatically improve business processes, it's essential to calculate the return on investments.
The U.S. Army has embarked on its zero trust journey for both its information and network operations. Army CIO Dr. Raj Iyer shares how the military and the private sector are partnering to secure cloud infrastructure and solidify threat intelligence capabilities to fight adversaries.
In Part 1 of this exclusive two-part series, Dr. Raj Iyer, CIO of the U.S. Army, lays out the vision for 2023-2024, which includes a tectonic shift from on-premises data centers to cloud and modernization and the migration of over 5,000 applications to augment war-fighting capabilities.
According to a KPMG survey, an average of 67% of companies are expected to embrace emerging platforms like the metaverse, NFTs and Web3 in the next two years. However, several of these new-tech platforms are still untested among enterprises.
In an increasingly interconnected world, we are moving from the Internet of People to IoT to the Internet of Applications, which broadens the attack surface and presents new security risks. Could common governance and policy for IT, OT and ICS - driven by the IT team - mitigate the risks?
With changes in customer behavior, digital risks are permeating beyond the extended perimeter of an enterprise. It is no longer possible for a CISO/CIO to manage it alone. Breaking the silos and creating a fusion center with multiple stakeholders is one of the ways to address this challenge.
High-quality and low-cost workforce used to be the focus areas for global companies outsourcing talent. Today, it is all about a highly skilled workforce that builds innovative solutions for global business. The Boeing Engineering and Technology Center in Bengaluru is a prime example.
On its digital transformation journey, Dubai Investments introduced cutting-edge technologies and disruptive business models, and implemented a unique "horses for courses" change management formula to make digital transformation projects successful.
Capgemini is one of the few organizations to have deployed a dedicated data hub for decisions on sustainability purposes. The stakeholders get clean, verified data to draw insights and take informed decisions on factors like carbon footprint, net zero and climate issues.