May 27, 2016
In today’s digital age, there are more connected devices than ever before. A look at the history of the digital universe shows that, like the real universe, it is expanding. From a single device meeting our needs—starting with the PC, then moving to laptops and phones—we seem poised on the brink of a technological “big bang” resulting in an ever-more-diffuse array of gadgets, monitors, appliances, and communications all working in tandem to enhance our personal and professional lives. And with the convergence of technologies more data is being generated than ever.
The question arises as to how then will we secure our networks and data?
As you’ll hear in this interview with David Cass, IBM Cloud & SaaS CISO, who speaks with Dr. J.R. Reagan, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited CISO, the way enterprises approach security likely may require new ways of thinking. They discuss how security has transformed from managing things to managing data in order to protect the enterprise. Dr. Reagan also provides 3 key takeaways for security executives in today’s digital age.