The Theorem Journal
No More Excuses—Create an Incident Response Plan With the exponential growth of cyberattacks, the question is not if a breach will occur, but when. Every organization now needs a plan that addresses the cyber threats lurking in the shadows, waiting for an opening. With COVID-19 throwing enterprise systems into chaos, organizations have detected 445 million […]
Cybersecurity cases in the post-COVID world are spiking, especially since people are working from home. Our society is more vulnerable than ever before because we are more digitally connected than ever before. It’s critical to understand the latest security threats in order to implement solutions that mitigate risks.
COVID-19 has brought about unprecedented disruption in the economy resulting in drastic changes to business strategies, especially within the apparel retail industry. We now need to refocus our attention to accommodate new requirements like social distancing. We all know that change is inevitable and this pandemic has introduced another component: the rate at which change is required.
It’s no wonder tech companies — who deal in software, data storage, and computer services — are prime targets. Even the very innovations tech companies have adopted to make operations easier have heightened the risk of cyberattacks. With the increasing distribution of employees, apps like Slack, Google Drive, and OneDrive make file sharing and collaboration easy in a remote environment. But they also present scary security risks.
Values have shifted during COVID-19. As incomes flounder and life moves online, essential goods, saving money, and staying safe are uppermost in people’s minds.
And when availability is scarce, they’re trying new brands and challenging long-held loyalties. Companies must innovate like never before just to survive. But when your only constant is uncertainty, how do you move forward with confidence? Intuition will only get you so far-design thinking will get you solutions.