By Naresh Persaud-Oracle on Feb 11, 2013
Amit Jasuja sat down for an in-person interview to discuss how digital security is changing and how cloud, mobile and social are driving the transformation. The entire interview can be found here.
It's more virtual and less physical
In the past most security was focused on the physical protection of buildings and access to systems. The security transformation means securing content and information in places we don't have control. The point of control has moved from the enterprise to the cloud.
It's more integrated than fragmented
Instead of multiple point products being used to secure systems, we will see a more integrated approach where security information is shared across components. By de-fragmenting the data, security becomes more responsive.
It's more mobile and less stationary
The shift to mobile applications will expose organizations to new threats and operational challenges. Security will need to scale to protect the vast number of changing devices.
It's about getting it done right and avoiding rework
Organizations will focus on deployment of technologies to get it done right the first time. We will choose technologies that provide a clear roadmap and upgrade path to avoid costly rip and replace projects.