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Cyber Security as a topic has been a major course of concern for any product offering. Digitization has been on the rise and with the impact of the COVID19 scenario, the need for realizing business requirements over a virtual setup has become critical. This has led to massive cyber-attacks that leads to stolen assets, lost reputation, lost business, financial losses, impact on the stock market, and theft of intellectual property so on. It is essential to build a security strategy to navigate through challenging times, recover quickly and continue to deliver the intended outcome. Security efficiency can be achieved by balancing and optimizing the relationships between people, processes, and technology. Investing in sustainable security culture is necessary as it transforms security from a one-time event into a lifecycle that generates security returns forever. In this paper, we explore an approach to achieve security culture …
Crime in gliding and space, Digital transformation is now a matter of survival for business and cloud computing stands as one of the key pillars, at the same time acting as a catalyst for this. With a quantum leap in digitization, cloud adoption is all set to soar and it is an integral part of the growth story for digital business. On the other hand, massive cloud adoptions with huge data storage become an attractive target for coordinated cyber-attacks and criminal activities. When a crime is committed, digital forensics is used to mitigate, investigate and solve such kinds of offences. Traditional approaches used for network and cyber will not suffice due to the technical and legal constraints. In Cloud computing hybrid approach is followed to generate digital evidence. In this article, we will analyze challenges and opportunities in cloud forensics.
Digitization opened many avenues disrupting traditional ways of running business, unveiling a new world for us. Personal assistants -Digital assistants to book a table at hotel or family holiday. Transactions -Conversational AI to check all open purchase requisitions and trigger required purchase orders and invoicing. All this is achieved by Robotics Process Automation technology based on software robots (bots)/digital workforce. Bots are tiny programs to perform certain tasks without human intervention seamlessly. Bots are becoming a fundamental requirement to all online platforms & critical components to digital business. Few automated procedures will have access to critical and sensitive data like inventory lists, finance info & passwords etc. All of these are attracting a huge number of criminals leading to security attacks and data breaches at times leading to regulatory compliance. Cyber-attacks combined with automated business processes add new risks. Challenge in front of us is not just about addressing these risks but we must act upon them by adding trust into these robots. 50% of businesses are spending more on bots than conventional apps. Taking into consideration the extensive usage it is the need of the hour to adopt Security & Privacy by design principles, Data centric Security and Zero Trust architectures to achieve cyber resiliency. In this article, I will be addressing challenges and best practices of securing software robots and adding privacy and regulatory requirements at the same time leveraging to enable and execute effective and efficient secure operations