In 2021, we expect to see a number of challenges in cybersecurity—here are our top predictions from the Onapsis executives.
Together, with the support of all those who engaged with Onapsis during 2020, we were able to donate over $40,000 to charitable organizations that focused on Hunger, Breast Cancer Research, Children’s Programs, Suicide Awareness, Prosthetic Research and many others.
As I discussed last month, both Onapsis and Accenture believe that it is essential to provide our clients a clear path to a robust cybersecurity service.
Onapsis helps reduce regulatory burdens by establishing an automated and repeatable continuous compliance process for your IT controls for regulations such as SOX, GDPR and more. Eliminating manual processes frees up valuable resources to focus on other projects, and alleviates huge potential fines.
I am speaking on the DevSecOps process at SAPTechEd happening December 8-10th, and although this year will be virtual the importance remains the same. The session is perfect for developers, security experts, basis people and architects that are looking to ensure application availability.
As IBM always says, “Put Smart To Work”. Well, I believe that putting smart to work is amplified and most efficient when done with our partner.
As I wrote in my blog post last week, this year took a different turn, but it has been humbling and reassuring to know that through this challenging time, our partnerships have remained strong and our goals have remained constant. To know we are in this journey together with our partners through thick and the thin makes it all worth it in the end.
In a market of 3,500 plus cybersecurity companies, Onapsis's revenue grew 254% between 2016 and 2019, earning recognition among the fastest-growing cybersecurity companies and one of the 10 highest-ranked companies based in Boston.
This year took a different turn and was full of unplanned change. With this, one constant remained true and apparent—that our partnerships were irreplaceable and arguably, more valuable than ever before. By quickly adapting and remaining connected, we were able to stay focused on our goal, together.
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