Sustainable Security - How to deliver value to your business in the connected world of the 'Always on' 21st Century
The rise of cyber technology has transformed the nature of work, creating new job opportunities, but also widening the income and talent gap. As automation replaces many traditional jobs, the demand for tech skills has increased. We will explore the future of cybersecurity professionals and how to stay ahead of the curve.
- The central premise of sustainable security is that we cannot successfully control all the consequences of insecurity, but must work to resolve the causes.
- It derives from the broader focus on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) standards that aim to measure a business's impact on society, and the environment, and how transparent and accountable it is.
- In a world that has never been so interconnected - and not just by the Internet - what does this mean for how we operate to protect and deliver value to our business/organisation, its outputs and customers?
- By aiming to cooperatively resolve the root causes of threats using the most effective means available, sustainable security is inherently preventative in that it addresses the likely causes of conflict and instability well before the effects are felt.
- Prevention is better than cure but keep an eye on the cost vs benefit gained to ensure value is delivered.