Building a safer digital society

Today Cyber is a big risk for almost every corporation. From last two decades, the growth in digitalization has increased. With more advanced digitalization in the growing economy, the risk also rises high. The proper awareness to build a safer digital society is important for every individual.

Privacy is a requirement for the amusement of different tough-fought freedoms like free speech and non-discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation, sex, race and political and spiritual beliefs. This freedom is being wondered in an age where human beings are submitting big portions of traces of themselves and as a condition of their participation in virtual life. 



The safer digital society will lead to a better way of living. But, as participation in virtual society and the economic system turns into all- persistent and in impact obligatory, privacy can't grow to be the preserve of people who can find the money for it.

There may be a false impression that prevails within the business that records information security is about malware, however, the truth of the problem is that it is about ensuring that trust is built into Digital systems. The digital system has changed to not only consist of telephones, drugs, and computers but the implementation of IP into every electrical tool like automobiles, fridges, and even the standard doorbell.

A lack of faith in this digital system will serve as a commercial threat to the providers of this technology, who incidentally will be tasked with storing and processing the data.

With the aim of creating a safer digital society to live their lives with a sense of security, our contributions range from protecting vital facilities with surveillance and crime prevention to mitigation of traffic congestion.

Currently, many business processes depend on the use of technology. These give a chance to people commit fraud to exploit the weakness in security controls or oversight in business applications. At current this figure stays somewhere around 3%, still, the pattern across the many years of analysis is that this number is increasing. Maybe more concerning is that there are those affected organizations that are regularly held up as the case study following a major breach, where the impact of the loss of trust can be significantly greater.  We all know who they are, but with beginning class action lawsuits and users no longer ready to trust a firm with their data, a breach should not be fatal but we do now see good examples where this is certainly the case.

Starting the people working within IT, to being an important component of the business requested with not only creating a safer digital society, operating in digital security services to keep a competitive advantage, acting as experts to the board.
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Born and raised in New Delhi, graduated from University of Delhi, Parisha Sharma is a brilliant professional with a flair of writing on areas like health, sports, technology and more. Parisha is best known for his creative blogs and articles on lifestyle, food and travel. With a very valuable experience in the industry, Parisha has marked his footprints as a renowned guest blogger in Delhi. Check my favourite Travel Blog

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