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August 24, 2020
Duration: 00:38

Cloud-based Digital Infrastructure. Security & Digital Trust for the Hybrid and Multi-cloud Era

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With technology driven business transformation becoming ever more apparent, we are also at the verge of the next chapter in the cloud evolution. More workloads are shifted to the cloud, but more importantly, the way applications are built, and data being used, change. This brings new opportunities, but also give rise to new challenges related to managing and securing data.

IT security has topped the list of business priorities in Nordic and Benelux companies for years, but with the companies digitising and transforming infrastructure, work processes and business models, the need for IT security is constantly changing.

We also see that security breaches have a greater effect on the business - not only in the form of ransomware or lost revenue due to crashes, but also in the form of fines and customer losses.

We are therefore increasingly talking about the concept of digital trust, which in addition to security is about risk management, documentation/compliance and whether data is used in a responsible fashion.


Michael Cade
Technologist, Product Strategy
Michael Cade is an IT Professional with over 10 years of industry experience with a key focus on Data Center technologies including Virtualisation, NetApp Storage and Cisco Data Center. Michael is very active around the social media sphere blogging and tweeting relevant technical content. Michael lives near Cambridge in the United Kingdom.
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