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In 2016 the internet economy generated up to 3 trillion USD annually, and estimates find that cybercrime is costing businesses 400-500 billion USD a year.
In a digital world, these risks are amplified by nascent technologies with immature security models; these require special treatment to ensure they don’t create catastrophic consequences for your organization.
Further, most security programs have no plan to develop internal capabilities to meet the digital revolution that business units are engaging in.
We can help by developing a clear roadmap to help any security program in a digital world.
Virtual, Augmented & Immersive Reality
The advent of Virtual reality (VR), Augmented reality(AR) and Immersive reality (IR) (or mixed reality for overall) offer a plethora of applications to make life more entertaining, business more connected, and manufacturing more efficient.
VR advancements are truly stunning to the senses with more tactile and sensory input options every day; the integration of personalized and corporate information creates new attack surfaces to consider.
The first big noise in the AR world for many people was the Pokémon Go app that created security risks in the real world enabled solely by the virtual world, but beyond that AR offers many cool business applications that also need a security perspective.
The IR technology is probably some of the richest business focused technology; look no further then how Airbus uses IR to immerse into a virtual aircraft design and evaluate the efficacy before actually building the design, the savings must be immense.
Internet of Things
The Internet of things creates a problem as old as the computer itself, which is, not being designed specifically to be secure. The massive connectivity and ‘always on’ nature of devices that have historically never connected before creates a new paradigm where the technology is easy to setup and use but much harder to secure and protect from outside abuse.
Virtual Currencies & Block Chain Technologies
The rise of virtual currencies like Bitcoin and the potential commercial uses of its underlying block chain technologies have become an emerging technological platform for business. There are many issues to consider in utilizing these technologies to protect the system end to end.