14 Mar DATA PRIVACY EXPERT: QUESTIONS TO ASK ABOUT CYBERSECURITY
You don’t have to be a cybersecurity keynote speaker or data privacy consultant to know that digital dangers are on the rise and that online safety is fast-becoming a trending topic for organizations in every field. In case you’re wondering what questions that you should be asking yourself about these topics, we’ve put together a helpful guide. Thinking about the following queries can help get you in the right frame of mind when it comes to considering data privacy and cybersecurity going forward.
- Just how much of a threat to business is cybersecurity these days?
- How much more of a threat does it stand to become going forward to critical infrastructure and business, especially given that we’re amid a 4th Industrial Revolution and age of smart technology?
- AI and autonomous equipment (cars, trucks, factories, etc.) are on the rise, even as more data is being exchanged and shared online than ever – how concerned should we be given the growing risks of data breaches that may follow in the wake of these connected solutions?
- Massive amounts of sensitive + personal data are now being uploaded and tapped into online – what steps should companies be taking to safeguard this info?
- Going forward, what issues should enterprises and governments be thinking about – and what strategies should they be adopting – if they want to successfully stave off data privacy related concerns?
- Digital transformation will only increase in coming years, as will potential concerns related to data privacy and security/ownership of information – what advice would you give to those whose responsibility it is to keep it safe and secure?
- Obviously, we’re seeing rising consumer + stakeholder activism related to data privacy in recent years – will this trend continue? What new topics might it also begin to focus on?
- What types of new data privacy related concerns might follow in the wake of ongoing high-tech transformation and the rise of new/emerging technologies?
- Are there actions business and government leaders should be taking now if they want to prepare themselves to address the data/privacy-related concerns of the future?
- We’re already seeing nation states (not just criminal actors) being accused of hacking critical infrastructure and privacy structures – what does this mean for the future of cybersecurity/cyberwarfare? And how can industry + government leaders get ready for what’s coming if the scale of potential problems here is only about to skyrocket further?