Take It from NIST: Data & Digital Architecture Requires Application Security

Posted December 22, 2020 in Business & Enterprise Architecture, Data Analytics & Digital Technologies Cutter Business Technology Journal
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Timothy Chiu discusses how data and digital architectures require improved application security and how the new security framework from the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) endorses this view. As more and more organizations move rapidly to the cloud, he argues, applications and their associated data are increasingly at risk. With support­ing data from multiple sources, Chiu frames the risks through examples of data breaches across multiple industries and geographies. Fortunately, he says, NIST is on the case.
About The Author
Timothy Chiu
Timothy Chiu is VP of Marketing for K2 Cyber Security. Previously, he served as a product marketing executive for Symantec (through the acquisition of Blue Coat). At Symantec, Mr. Chiu drove product launches, analyst relations, and product evangelism for Web security products. Prior to joining Blue Coat, he steered product direction and sales engineering in his senior roles at several high-technology companies, including Bay Networks/SynOptics,… Read More
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