Frost & Sullivan Consulting Analyzes Top 3 Cybersecurity Trends Transforming Australian and New Zealand Enterprises
Webinar Will Explore How Remote Working Has Altered Security Considerations and Key Imperatives for Australian Organizations
After more than a year of working from home, organizations are familiar with the challenges of securing a remote workforce. Organizations are facing expanded network perimeters, complex network environments and challenges in securing cloud environments. There is a fundamental difference in what is being secured, witnessed by the shift to cloud environments, and also how it is being delivered through the cloud.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has created a new environment for cybersecurity, highlighting challenges that all Asia-Pacific companies must manage. In line with this shift, over 90% of organizations in Australia are expected to increase their cybersecurity spending. However, three key trends are affecting Asia-Pacific that Australian organizations must acknowledge.
Join Georgia Edell, Consulting Analyst, Security, Frost & Sullivan, for the Growth Opportunity briefing, “Top 3 Cybersecurity Trends in Australia and New Zealand,” on August 3 at 1:30 p.m JST. In this webinar, discover how zero-trust network access, security from the cloud and security for the cloud impact Australian organizations and how they adapt. In addition, understand where Australian businesses have invested in cybersecurity, challenges they face and plans for the future.
Key benefits of attending this webinar:
- Understand the implications of Asia-Pacific cybersecurity trends in the context of Australian organizations, including zero-trust network access, security from the cloud and security for the cloud.
- Identify opportunities to help secure and protect your organization in an evolving cyber landscape through a people, process and technology framework.
- Discover how organizations in Australia are contributing to cybersecurity in Asia-Pacific by investing in cloud-based security and adopting a zero-trust framework.
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