GUEST OPINION by Ashley Diffey, Country Manager – ANZ and Japan, Ping Identity: The societal changes that occurred during the past 12 months are undeniable, but what’s less talked about are the significant implications for data privacy. First, the massive shift to remote work changed the way data is accessed and secured. And a sharp rise in online transactions means more personal data is being exchanged, stored, and processed than ever before. Further, the amounts of personal data being collected by large technology companies continues to climb, shaking user trust.
GUEST OPINION by Mark Lukie, sales engineer manager – APAC for Barracuda: If anyone had predicted half the things that happened in 2020, we should be paying them a lot to give us predictions for 2021! Going into 2021, we should expect many of the key cybersecurity trends from this year to continue in Australia.
GUEST OPINION by Christian Lucarelli, VP Sales Asia Pacific, Nintex: If you’ve been wondering exactly when the working world will return to normal in the wake of COVID-19, the answer is now clear – it never will.
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