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Martin Courtney

The importance of security and networking has come into much sharper focus as organisations take a more strategic approach to cloud-delivered services and digital transformation. Our TechSectorViews research examines the interconnect between cloud, the network and cybersecurity. For example, how the network is evolving to better support cloud delivery, or the emerging security offerings that provide better protection for end user organisations as they develop digital offers for their customers.

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"In 2020 I will be analysing how trust, customer experience and partnerships are essential to maintaining effective security and compliance as organisations move further away from traditional on-premise hardware and software infrastructure to demand more agile hybrid IT delivery models and “as a service” XaaS platforms. Digital chaos is arguably only ever one critical cyber attack or data breach away. IT departments want cohesive cyber security defences that protect devices, applications, users, networks and information accessed from any location, but will increasingly need tighter supplier cooperation and deeper system integration across physical and digital boundaries to help them do it. Martin Courtney, Principal Analyst, TechSectorViews (Security and Compliance)

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