Forced, Fast, Dispersed
Chad Voller, Managing Director at CPG, discusses cyber security and how everything happened so fast and unexpectedly, there was no real adjustment period. IT teams had to move quickly when switching support from one enterprise network to multiple home networks. New innovations and technologies had to be created in short time span because there are new methods of cyber attacks. All of which fell onto IT.
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Forced, Fast, Dispersed Transcript
Chad: Yeah, it’s been, from my perspective in both the technology and cybersecurity space, it’s been, it’s been a rapid, it’s been forced and it’s been dispersed. So all the change we’ve recently gone through, we didn’t ask for it. It happened quickly and it’s kind of spread us out a little bit. So now we’re trying to control and secure multiple networks. Some things like lack of preparedness have been exposed in our organizations and in our end users, it’s created demand for rapid innovation and our ability to distribute technology and new communications methods to our, to our folks. And Aaron will talk to that for sure. And that we’ve seen new and increased cybersecurity attacks, you know, the bad guys don’t rest, they don’t, they don’t take a day off. The surface area for those attacks has dramatically increased. Now you’re working with all of these disparate networks, as well as still thinking about what’s back home at the ranch, still thinking about your server closet and your data center and wanting to secure those, of course, but in the process, the perimeter has just disintegrated. There is no perimeter anymore. And so now we’re having to expand the way that we think about, about all of this stuff. And so that’s my quick three bullets; it’s been rapid, it’s been forced and, it’s been dispersed.