“As enterprises engage with shared services providers more and more and build ever increasingly complex digital capabilities, technology risk increasingly comes to the fore as a requirement necessary to remain competitive in the marketplace.”
Business leaders in organizations across geographies and industries are accelerating the pace of new investments in innovative enterprise technologies that are transforming every aspect of their operations. This has given rise to new technology-enabled business strategies that are leaving an indelible mark on how people and processes are managed to alter -- and enhance -- the value proposition that organizations bring to market.
The introduction of new systems and platforms, however, does not mean that legacy technologies and infrastructures are completely replaced. As a result, business and technology executives are left to manage an increasingly complex environment that is constantly evolving.
As this dynamic environment evolves, so does the threat, risk and vulnerability landscape. Understanding key dependencies, potential single points of failure and other factors that can manifest themselves to disrupt -- or derail -- business operations is emerging as a critical discipline and competency for organizations.
That is where technology risk intelligence comes in, according to Luke Nelson, a Managing Director with the KPMG Technology Risk Management practice. We caught up with Nelson to better understand the role technology risk intelligence can play in ensuring effective, efficient and continuous business operations in today’s dynamic global digital environment.
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