In the recent years, we have witnessed interesting and innovative developments in the technological space. But, several cyber attacks and breaches like WannaCry, Petya, Mirai and more were reported as well. According to a report by Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In), India witnessed more than 53,000 cybersecurity incidents last year. Cyber attacks are not limited to financial damage, it also affects customers, revenue, and opportunities.
In this episode, Vishal Krishna, Business Editor, YourStory and Chandrasekhar Pulamarasetti, VP, Resiliency Services, IBM Global Technology Services (GTS) discuss the recent cyber attacks that took place and how it has taught companies the importance of protecting their infrastructure, and who should be driving cyber resiliency. Chandrasekhar clarifies the role of AI in preventing cyber attacks and how IBM Resiliency Orchestration simplifies disaster recovery management and improves efficiency.
As security procedures tighten, attackers are exploring and leveraging new-age technologies to attack and are getting better at covering their tracks. There is a critical need for organizations to automate, orchestrate and integrate security in the infrastructure.
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