Concerns around security, privacy, cloud and technology resilience in the IT audit industry are being further fueled by shifting business priorities, the pandemic-induced remote work environment and accelerated deployment of new technologies entering into 2021, according to a new global survey.
Companies allowing their service providers to access or hold sensitive or confidential data are sitting on a cyber-security “time bomb” unless they take smart action to manage the risk of the providers suffering a data breach, according to an IT governance professional.
The top technology challenges faced by IT audit executives and professionals worldwide is to keep pace with emerging technology and infrastructure changes, including transformation, innovation and disruption.
The exponential growth in mobile e-commerce will leave Australian businesses critically exposed to the soaring risk of data breaches unless they dramatically ramp up their focus on IT security, says a technology expert from a global consulting firm.
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