GUEST OPINION by Mark Lukie, Sales Engineer Manager - APAC, Barracuda Networks: Remote access to centralised IT resources has been a feature of modern business for years. Everyone from travelling executives to field staff have needed a way to connect with and use the applications and data store they require.
Mark Lukie talks about 2021 and cybersecurity, with the need for human firewalls, training, zero trust, cloud, COVID-19 and plenty more!
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