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Cybersecurity is Everyone’s Job

By Alexis Martín García Cybersecurity Analyst, NTT DATA EMEAL , Marcos Búrdalo Romero Cybersecurity Analyst, NTT DATA EMEAL

In a hyperconnected world, cybersecurity is a vital part of protecting both corporate reputation and the safety of employees. While IT departments might be responsible for putting systems in place, it takes every employee from the C-suite down to ensure those systems remain intact.

The CXO Podcast: Safeguarding Our Digital Lives

By Jake Moore Global Cybersecurity Advisor, ESET , Thomas Nørmark Global Head of AI & Robotics, NTT DATA Business Solutions , Tom Winstanley CTO & Head of New Ventures, NTT DATA UK

Digital Trust: The Difference Between Future-Fit and Obsolete

By Noel Chinokwetu Security Consulting Senior Manager, NTT DATA UK , Charanpreet Aulakh Senior Cybersecurity Consultant, NTT DATA UK

Ignore digital trust at your peril. Customers are talking with their feet, cutting ties with brands that display poor data security. The essential ingredient, in this age of digitization and mass data collection, is unwaveringly strong cybersecurity.

Technology, Ethics and Customer Trust

By Vincenzo Iucci Director, Security, NTT DATA Italia

Companies that want to differentiate themselves will have to take a long, hard look at their practices around safeguarding customer data. Practices need to comply with the relevant laws, of course, but they also need to be rooted in ethics. Risk governance technologies make it easier than ever before for companies to be both compliant and ethical – and prove to customers they can be trusted.

Trust or Bust – Why Transparency Matters

By Lisa Woodley General Manager - Northeast, Nexient an NTT DATA Company

In a post-pandemic world of rising prices, broken supply chains and disruptive technologies, where do trust and transparency fit? Are they nice-to-have luxuries or essential components of success? If they are essential to success, how can businesses deliver them to increasingly cynical consumers?

Zero Trust: Your Digital Transformation Requires a Risk Transformation

New and evolving technology landscapes need evenly-matched cybersecurity: as new opportunities arise through digital tools, so too do new risks. Using a framework such as Zero Trust – which assumes every entity attempting to access the system or network may have malicious intent and therefore, as a default, should not be trusted – provides the visibility and controls needed for modern businesses to protect themselves and their customers.

Make life easy for customers, not for ID fraudsters

By Mickey Nachimovskey Senior Director, Business Development and Partnerships , NTT DATA UK

Strict ID checks become increasingly imperative in our rapidly evolving digital landscape, but sometimes they can be arduous. How can companies protect themselves and their customers from cyber risk while ensuring their processes are convenient, effective and user friendly?

Protecting Customer Accounts and Information in a World of Digital Connectivity

By Edmund Tribue Vice President, Risk & Compliance, NTT DATA Services

As our digital abilities become increasingly sophisticated, our cybersecurity measures develop at the same pace that a cybercriminal’s savviness also can. Businesses must continue to take the right measures to protect their futures with the developments of remote access and other digitization efforts.  

Misconceptions Around Zero Trust

By Sushila Nair Vice President, Security Services, NTT DATA Services

There are misconceptions around Zero Trust, as businesses may be fearful of a perceived need to completely rebuild their security architecture, but all it takes is a step-by-step approach. What is the journey to making the security of your business airtight?

Information and Cybersecurity in the UK

By Ken Jones Security Consulting, Regulatory Director, NTT DATA , Warren O'Driscoll Head of Security Practice, Senior Director, NTT DATA UK

The different needs of cybersecurity continue to evolve, in the same way that businesses must adapt and respond to these cybersecurity risks and challenges. Partnerships are just one of the many ways in which businesses can protect themselves and move with the times.

Protecting Data Starts With Good Governance

By Eva-Maria Scheiter Vice President GRC Consulting, NTT DATA DACH

Whatever the trigger, significant technological and other business changes should never damage your customers’ trust in you. This means keeping their personal data safe. In fact, done well, data protection ought to increase confidence in your business. How to get there? It starts, as with many things, with a detailed understanding of the challenges and strong governance around the solutions.

NTT DATA’s Zero Trust Journey 2: Architecture (and What We’ve Learned)

By Sushila Nair Vice President, Security Services, NTT DATA Services

The zero trust journey is all about taking measures to assure your business security at every level. While it sounds complex, it is more simple than it seems, and is worth every effort to ensure that access to data is only granted to those who have sufficiently proved their identity at every stage necessary.

Establishing Trust in Data for Businesses

By Theresa Kushner Head of North America Innovation Center, NTT DATA Services

Obtaining data can open up a whole wealth of business opportunities, as long as the data is valid and trustworthy. However, having incorrect, outdated or inaccurately sampled data can be damaging and costly. In such turbulent times, how can we secure data integrity for the best outcomes for businesses?

Cybersecurity: The Fabric of Any Intelligent Organisation

By Haroon Malik Security Consulting Director & Principal Security Consultant, NTT DATA UK , Kiam Cameron Security Consulting Director & Principal Security Consultant, NTT DATA UK

Does today’s need for cyber vigilance conflict with the move towards organisational intelligence and its need to share data? We believe the opposite is true – robust cybersecurity can be a powerful enabler of progress.

Sharpening the Organisational Senses: Lessons From Telecoms Data Leaders

By Bill Wilson Head of Data & Intelligence Solutions, NTT DATA UK

If the modern firm is an organism living through rapid and complex changes in its ecosystem, then data insight provides its sensory information. Using data to drive decision-making, as has long been the case for telecoms companies, holds the key to continual adaptation and improvement.

Ethics in Innovation

By Diana Hauser Ensō Lab Manager & Head of Innovation, NTT DATA Germany

Businesses strive to create new technologies, products and services that reshape or even disrupt their markets. Yet businesses also need to understand they must innovate sustainably and ethically. With pressure to innovate quickly - bias, ethics and discrimination can easily be forgotten.