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Don't let digital transformation leave your company unprotected

WHITE PAPER: Don't let digital transformation leave your company unprotected
Recommended Reading By Iain Fraser - Cybersecurity Journalist

New technologies can transform your business, but rushing into a deployment could expose your company to unexpected security threats. 

When security program influencers better understand how new technologies can bring both reward and risk, organizations stand a better chance of not allowing digital innovation to outpace security oversight.

A new White Paper presented by Verizon and authored by David Grady, Chief Security Evangelist, Verizon Business Group "Next-Generation Technologies and Cybersecurity" demystifies new technologies, puts a spotlight on their specific security vulnerabilities and suggests ways to protect yourself and your enterprise. Learn how to help your team think about potential vulnerabilities in blockchain, 5G, the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence applications. 

Overcome the learning curve and help executives better understand the risks and rewards of new and emerging technologies. Read the White Paper 

About Iain Fraser - Cybersecurity Journalist

Iain Fraser Cybersecurity Journalist and Commentator - Gibraltar (Accredited Member of NUJ, IFJ and ONA) and European Authority Writer & Corporate Lecturer.  I have authored over 2,000 blog posts on all aspects of Cybersecurity Awareness, Threat Management & Best Practice Mitigation as well as covering Geopolitics, Geocrime & Terrorism issues.

Log on to my Blog Daily for my roundup of the latest Cybersecurity News, Breaches, Privacy Protocols and Mitigation. If your organisation needs Definitive, Authoritative & Reliable Cybersecurity Content and Bespoke Articles then we should talk! 

On LinkedIn: My Bio/LinkedIn
On Twitter: @TheIainFraser/Twitter 

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