The rise of new digital tools has led to myriad novel ways of doing business. It is a given in today’s world that firms must embrace digital transformation to stay ahead of the curve.
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Digital transformation isn’t as simple as replacing an old system with a newer, better one. Swapping systems and processes is only part of the struggle.
With increased demand for tech workers and an often-hectic schedule, it is essential that IT leaders provide developers the space for learning.
Taking measures to prevent fraud is one of the biggest priorities of businesses today. A single criminal activity against your business can ruin your reputation or destroy the company altogether.
“The Enterprise Guide to Establishing a Cybersecurity Training Program” is designed to help organizations identify specific needs and create a comprehensive plan to meet those goals.
The more sophisticated technology becomes, the clearer it is that automation isn’t replacing jobs so much as it is transforming them.
Any government agency’s first line of defense against cyber risks is its employees. However, they can also be the weakest security link.
It’s not surprising that financial crime awareness training continues to be a priority. Financial crime is a significant risk to organizations and failure to manage it appropriately is costly not only in legal and regulatory risk, but also reputational.
Opportunities for career development, specifically in the realm of tech skills, are a key factor in employee retention.