Deloitte participated in the 2023 Connected Summit between 3 - 6 April 2023. In honor of the Summit, we have selected/curated thought leadership content for attendants on relevant topics affecting professionals working in the swiftly-changing cyber and digital spaces of today.
The Data Protection Bill that has been a subject of discussion for years, was passed into law on 8 November 2019 when the president assented to it. The Data protection Bill 2019, follows the path taken by the European Union in enacting the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018 and makes Kenya the third country in East Africa to have legislation dedicated to data protection.
This law was expedited following concerns raised over the Huduma Namba registration exercise, with those opposed to the process raising concern about the safety of citizen’s personal data collected by the Government.
For more details about the Kenya Data Protection Act, access our quick guide here: https://deloi.tt/402abaC
Despite the recent marketing hype, the concept of Zero Trust is not new – in fact, academics have spent the last 20 years debating the advantages and challenges of a security model that is based on the principle of never trusting and always verifying. It’s only been in the last few years that the technology has started to catch up, making this once theoretical model a reality and generating lots of excitement, with vendors bringing new products to market with big claims and game-changing promises. Through this document, we will look beyond the hype and break down what Zero Trust is, the business drivers behind it and the benefits it can bring. We will also explore approaches to Zero Trust, what the journey feels like and share some common pitfalls and challenges along the way. For more details, click here: https://deloi.tt/3KeostR
Deloitte's 14th annual Tech Trends report explores the impact of emerging technology opportunities in the innovation areas of interaction, information, and computation, and the foundational areas of business of technology, cyber, and trust, and core modernization. Through the stories of pioneering organizations, we note what's happening now across sectors and geographies, highlight new technologies and approaches that stand to become the norm within 18 to 24 months, and project where the trends could be headed next during the coming decade. For more details, access the report here: https://deloi.tt/3lQE5iN
Investments in security are at an all-time high, yet successful cyberattacks are still on the rise, both in number and sophistication. While innovations in technology power new strategic initiatives, it also opens new doors for cyber criminals. How can organizations fight back? For more details, click here: https://deloi.tt/3KeoMJ5
Digital transformation is the essential bridge between the business of today and the business of tomorrow. While digital investments are accelerating, digital return in the form of growth and competitive advantage remains elusive. For every organization, a strategic approach to digital transformation is crucial. Digital possibilities must shape strategy. And technology and operational decisions need to be adaptive and aligned. Discover our insights on how organizations can uncover and capture the full value of technology and innovation to radically transform their business. For more details, click here: https://deloi.tt/3zcV6H4
Deloitte’s 2023 Global Future of Cyber Survey report explores how leaders across industries are building long-term value by putting cyber at the heart of the business.
As Deloitte’s largest cyber survey to-date, it was designed to capture the increased impact that cyber has on businesses today. We surveyed over 1,000 global c-suite executives at companies with over $500 million in revenue across geographies and industries. Through both qualitative and quantitative research, executives shared their views on cyber threats and enterprise activities. For more details, click here: https://deloi.tt/3ZCHaRk