Security Defined Networking for Flexible and Highly Secure IT
New challenges call for new approaches. At present, for example, digitization requires an extensive restructuring of many business processes. IT departments are expected to flexibly support this dynamic development with the necessary applications. But that’s just one side of the story. On the other side, growing cyber threats demand additional security measures. In the past, increased IT security often came at the expense of flexibility in IT operations, however.
Artificial Intelligence Training for Cyberwar
This was another busy year for businesses in the arms race against cybercriminals: According to the German Federal Office for Information Security, around 320,000 new malware items entered circulation between June 2018 and May 2019 alone – per day. This increases the pressure to establish an IT security infrastructure that can also keep up with the spectrum of future threats.