Intelligent CIO Africa Issue 21 - Page 22

TRENDING According to Morten Illum, VP EMEA at Aruba, this attitude could be due to ‘security fatigue’ brought on by over-exposure to security rules with little technical assistance. assistance and the protection workers need to do their jobs.” He said: “Employees in EMEA have been inundated with security messaging through their organisations, as well as the media. Clearly giving further warnings and adding procedures isn’t having the desired effect. If employees understand the risks, but aren’t acting on it, the answer is not to provide yet more training, but to bring in enhanced technology that can provide the An autonomous approach to security is increasingly becoming more of an imperative as mobile and remote working is becoming the norm. In EMEA, the number of employees working in remote or shared locations is now at 53%, according to Aruba’s study. This new paradigm creates the need for smart digital workplaces that deliver secure and reliable, optimised experiences that will foster employee creativity, collaboration, and speed, without clunky security systems causing barriers. A CARTA approach to security To succeed, Gartner has recommended a Continuous Adaptive Risk and Trust Assessment (CARTA) approach to security which leans heavily on AI, Analytics and Automation to embrace the opportunities and manage the risks of digital business. This leads to a more productive and more motivated employee, with a greater sense of job satisfaction. n CA TECHNOLOGIES UNVEILS SEVEN TRENDS IN DOCKER CONTAINER MONITORING C A Technologies, a leader in industry application performance management solutions, has announced new survey research, Seven Trends in Docker Container Monitoring, a study conducted in collaboration with Gatepoint Research. Containers offer immense value to enterprises by allowing developers to easily build, ship and run any application as a lightweight