To achieve Zero Trust maturity, an organization will have to build the context, and develop continuous and adaptive authentication, authorization, device security state, resource criticality, application type and network information as part of the key decision-making process
The safety of our clients’ data is our utmost priority. At Wipro, we have an established GDPR compliance program and, in the aftermath of Schrems II, we have reviewed our own contracts and transfers by looking at the legal framework that applies in the receiving country.
Open source is empowering organizations to pursue their business transformations with greater agility and control while avoiding vendor lock-in.
Wipro and Microsoft recently hosted a joint CISO panel event on the topic of Zero Trust user access for a secure remote working environment.
Disruptive situations force businesses to change the way they function. Stringent data security used to be an afterthought for some businesses, until privacy issues gave rise to GDPR regulations.
60% of organizations believe that a bad cyber security event will lead to significant fines or sanctions due to non-compliance
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The biggest data privacy challenge in a cloud based analytics solution is “robust and scalable privacy, preserving data mining and analytics, that provides the required outcome to organizations, while adhering to all data privacy regulations.
Meeting compliance requirements is not enough. It is critical that personal data is protected and privacy needs are addressed through sound governance.
Security monitoring has always been critical to protecting IT ecosystems but with the rise in IoT-enabled devices and connected systems, the fear of cyberattacks has grown exponentially.
There is an increasing pace in adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) by businesses globally as it has proven to open new revenue streams through new smart offerings.
With the proliferation of digitization across business, government and social environments, individuals have become more dependent on their digital identity for social interactions and business engagements.
Blockchain is a disruptive technology revolutionizing the way the enterprises do business today. The forecast on Blockchain spending in 2019 is $2.9 bn, an increase of 88.7% from $1.5 bn in 2018. It is forecasted to touch $15.9 bn in 2023.