Cyber Security To Get More Complicated In 2014: ISACA

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Houston: Cybersecurity is set to get a lot more complicated in 2014, a global IT association has warned all businesses - big or small, asking them to brace up.



IT and cybersecurity professionals should resolve now to gear up for accelerated change and complexity in 2014, especially in cybersecurity, data privacy and big data, according to non-profit ISACA, to ring in the New Year securely.



"The pace of change expected in 2014 will put incredible pressure on technology professionals in the workplace with a focus on keeping IT risk in check while at the same time delivering value to the business," said Bhavesh Bhagat, CEO of EnCrisp, co-founder of Confident Governance and member of ISACA's new emerging business and technology committee.



ISACA, that provides guidance to help business and IT leaders maximise value and manage risk related to information and technology, has predicted on certain areas businesses should be preparing for in 2014.



It has asked businesses to prepare for privacy 2.0 as attitudes towards data privacy are unlikely to reach a consensus in 2014. Instead, be prepared to accommodate both those with little expectation of privacy and those who view their personal data as currency and want to control how that currency is spent, it said.
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Source: PTI
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