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Digital Transformation


How to Extend Your Digital Transformation Efforts to Your GRC Program

Digital transformation is no longer a new concept – various business functions have already embraced cutting-edge technology to stay ahead of the curve. From IT, sales, and marketing to customer support and even finance, it is evident that most departments understand how integral the transformation is to gain a competitive advantage and continue to win customers. However, when it comes to Governance, Risk management, and Compliance (GRC), most are still stuck with archaic, ad-hoc processes.


The pros and cons of the digital transformation in banking

Digital transformation in banking began following the creation of the internet in the 1990s as a way for banks to deliver services to their customers more conveniently. Today, it has completely changed how most people interact with their banks. From opening a new account to making transactions and applying for loans, you can access all banking services directly from your computer or smartphone.


The Key Elements of Successful Security Transformation

Digital transformation has highlighted a shift in value from the traditional, on-prem, legacy IT environment and physical distribution channels to the value being created by the scale of (customer) data and the ability to deliver a personalized service to customers in a trusted, secure, and private way.


The Critical Element Companies Are Missing in Digital Transformation Journeys

Digital transformation is no longer the exclusive domain of forward-thinking companies on the leading edge of technological advancement. It has become a cost of entry into competitive business. Digital transformation was already accelerating into the mainstream prior to the pandemic, but the jarring shift to remote and hybrid work put fuel in the proverbial jetpacks.

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The Role of API Security in Digital Transformation

Digital transformation (DX) is a technology paradigm that has proven powerful enough to survive several seasons of hype and still emerge as an enduringly valid business proposition. DX is about leveraging new digital technologies to change a company’s fundamental relationships with its customers and suppliers. It frequently means connecting legacy systems to cloud-native applications.


Real-World Innovation: Why "Business IT" Should Replace "Shadow IT"

I recently had the pleasure of appearing on the Davood for Thought podcast. The host, Davood Ghods, is Vice President of Government Solutions at Direct Technology, so it was both enlightening and enjoyable to share insights with him. We discussed how we as an industry need to pursue innovation to solve real-world problems, as opposed to pursuing innovation for the sake of innovation.


Glance at 2020-21 eKYC mandates: Milestones India achieved on its digital journey

As India embraces the digital transformation and aligns with post pandemic lifestyle, working from home, shopping online, and managing money digitally has conveniently become a routine for us. This quick shift in the industry wouldn’t have been possible without quick regulatory advancements by government. Giving convenience a priority, critical functions like opening a bank account, lending a loan, large transactions, are now possible on fingertips.


Game on- Cybersecurity for Sports and Entertainment: Are you ready with the right offense and defense?

As operations at sports stadiums become more dependent on data centers and online networks, and as the performance metrics and health data of athletes become more vulnerable to illicit exposure or alteration, the $80 billion industry of competitive sports has become increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks. As a business they are generating big money and big data, both of which are perfect for hackers.


Asset management in the age of digital transformation

Over the past year or so, organizations have rapidly accelerated their digital transformation by employing technologies like cloud and containers to support the shift to IoT and address the expanding remote workforce. This digital shift calls for a new approach to asset visibility as traditional asset administration responsibilities like inventory, software support, and license oversight are often the purview of IT and addressed with IT inventory-focused tools.


What is Access Control? Components and Types

Digital transformation changes the perimeter. When organizations had all their applications on-premises, the network firewall kept the right users inside the gate and malicious actors outside. However, the move to the cloud changed all that. In today’s hyper-connected ecosystem, understanding the components and types of access control can help you strengthen security.