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Cyber Security in the Age of Digital Transformation

Today, forward-thinking enterprises are already digital to the core and those that aren't, soon will be.

Advancements in technology such as the cloud, mobile, virtual reality (VR), blockchain, machine learning, data science, quantum computing and more will continue to reshape how we work and live.

But this comes at a huge risk. The other major change that technology has brought us is the constant threat of damage from cyber crime. Without paying the right level of attention to cyber security, digital agility can expose more interfaces to these threats.

Find out why cyber security issues are key for digital transformation projects, what the risks are and how to offset them.
Recorded Jul 25 2019 28 mins
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Stuart Reed - VP Products, Nominet
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