by Nawaf Bitar
Security experts and government officials are buzzing about how to manage our digital economy. With the rise of mobility and cloud computing, infinite amounts of data are flowing across massive networks. But more (and more accessible) data means more risk, as sensitive information becomes susceptible to large-scale cyberattacks.
RSA, the largest annual cybersecurity conference, kicks off in San Francisco, where security thought leaders and policymakers will discuss the imperative of keeping our critical infrastructure and data secure. This year the conversations at RSA are more crucial than ever, as an emergence of nation-state actors and attacks on critical industries have made cybersecurity central to the national security conversation.
Source: Huffington Post