Many chief information officers (CIOs) acknowledge that cybersecurity took a big hit during the pandemic. One of the significant security lessons organizations have learned from the COVID-19 pandemic is that the threat landscape and how enterprises respond to it are more dynamic than ever. IT professionals now consider nanotechnology as a solution to cybersecurity concerns. In this article at RT Insights, Bernard Brode explains how nanotechnology reshapes the way businesses operate to ensure data privacy.
IoT: Data Privacy Risks to Be Aware of
Internet of things (IoT) allows businesses to establish transparent communication by offering intelligent solutions. Furthermore, IoT also ensures better use of resources and assets, cost-effective operation, improved work safety, enhanced customer service and retention, and better business prospects. “However, the exponential growth of IoT networking also increases the attack surface and provides more opportunities for cybercriminals to invade our privacy, hold our data hostage, or simply create chaos for their own amusement,” explains Brode.
Cyber experts consider nanotechnology as the next step in IoT development. The use of nanotechnology is undoubtedly one of the disruptive trends changing the security landscape that IT teams cannot afford to ignore.
Nanotechnology’s Role in Securing Data Privacy
IT leaders believe that nanotech’s most significant contribution has been to help create more complex cryptographic strategies. As cybersecurity threat levels have increased exponentially, organizations explore more innovative solutions to manage data breach incidents. Studies have revealed that advances in nanoscale technologies will allow the creation of quantum chips. Nanoscale quantum chips are far more secure than traditional cryptographic hardware. These chips can be made essentially uncrackable.
Intelligent Threat Detection
According to security leaders, the construction of computer systems based on the human brain structure will have enhanced predictive capabilities. The nanoscale AI systems will identify and isolate potential threats and implement proactive steps to prevent cyber attacks. Here, nanotech and AI play a vital role in helping solve the skills shortage issues that perturb the cybersecurity industry.
Nanotechnology has a significant impact on consumers’ data privacy safety and security. CIOs believe enterprises can use implanted devices for encryption and authentication, similar to browser-based password managers that are virtually impossible to hack.
To read more about nanotechnology and its uses in data privacy, click on https://www.rtinsights.com/is-nanotechnology-ready-to-enter-the-iot-security-war/.
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