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Software intelligence company Dynatrace announced the findings of an independent global survey of 700 CISOs, which reveals the rising adoption of cloud-native architectures, DevOps, and agile methodologies has broken traditional approaches to application security. As organizations shift more responsibility "left" to developers to accelerate innovation, increasingly complex IT ecosystems and outdated security tooling can slow releases by leaving blind spots and forcing teams to manually triage countless alerts, many of which are false positives reflecting vulnerabilities in libraries that are not used in production.
Galvanize announced new findings from a national survey of governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) professionals that position the 2020s as the decade when the GRC industry embraces advanced technology. The data uncovered a strong post-pandemic push toward the adoption of cloud-based technology and revealed the critical value GRC professionals bring to the C-suite, as well as the top concerns from, and the evolving role of, GRC professionals.
According to a recent report by Garner Insights, the smart building market is expected to grow from $7.4 billion in 2017 to nearly $32 billion in 2022 — that’s more than a quadruple increase in just five years.
What if a business security solution could be the catalyst for your business to become more integrated, data rich, and operationally efficient?
April 29, 2021
The right access control technology can make your physical building interactive to the people who spend their days in it. It can integrate with other critical business software and contribute insightful data for comprehensive organizational wellness.
With 20 years of experience working with companies of all sizes and all industries, we’ve learned a lot about what customers need from their physical security. As technology catches up with the security market, Brivo noticed that many organizations were not leveraging the data from their security platform to its fullest potential.
On New Year’s Eve 2020 we all exhaled a collective sigh of relief at the end of a tough year and looked forward to the promise of something that may resemble normalcy in 2021. COVID vaccines were rolling out, healthcare and essential workers were getting their shots, the Dow Jones was over 30,400 points (a record high) and we were saying adios to the dumpster fire that was 2020.
Since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, we’ve seen an acceleration in the adoption of cloud-based access control solutions. When lockdowns began and remote work became the norm, many businesses were challenged with their on-site server solution.