The problem with remote work is that it drastically expands the cyberattack surface, introducing new cybersecurity risks that many organizations are unprepared to tackle. In 2020, during the height of the pandemic and remote work, cyberattack incidents skyrocketed across all industries. The 2021 Global Threat Report shows a dramatic increase in interactive intrusion activities throughout the year.
Customers now expect to be served almost instantaneously, with no delay or period of latency. This has put banks and service providers under significant pressure. There is only one way to meet this increased demand — through automation.
Remote access for customers and employees is now a key driver in business — particularly in financial and banking spheres — supporting flexibility and agility for organizations. Similarly, business owners need to be able to access, store and interpret datasets on a large scale. These requirements are very difficult to achieve with a traditional, on-premises data storage and processing model. The cloud provides a forward- thinking alternative.
In the last two years, there has been a rapid evolution of remote access as organizations have needed to find a way to continue their operations without office-based personnel. As we leave the traditional office behind, we must consider the cybersecurity threats we are exposing ourselves to. Adopting a Zero-Trust strategy becomes imperative.
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Modern businesses — of all kinds — rely upon data, which is why the idea of “data-driven processes” has become so ubiquitous in today’s landscape. One of the key tenets of digital transformation is…
Speed, accuracy, capability, scope — these are just a few of the things businesses seek from automated processes and protocols. With automation in place, businesses find that their operations become faster, human error is eliminated from key tasks, and they become free to devote time, personnel and resources to more worthy tasks.
The challenge: dispatching is at the center of this company, as it acts as a sort of command center. It is the dispatch center that plans the routes and the loading of the trucks.
How can we enable this place on which everything depends to function most effectively at all hours of the day and night?