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Rapidly Evolving Digital Infrastructures

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Cinthya Alaniz Salazar By Cinthya Alaniz Salazar | Journalist & Industry Analyst - Thu, 05/26/2022 - 10:49

Companies have definitively moved away from singular on-premise networks, as evidenced by increasingly disaggregated digital infrastructures using multi-cloud and edge deployments. This evolution is only beginning, with digital infrastructures responding and adapting to the introduction of new technologies and cybersecurity protocols, a topic that will be further discussed at Mexico Cybersecurity Summit 2022.

Stay-at-home restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic propelled Mexico’s cloud computing sector, resulting in an expected investment of US$905 million by 2026, according to market research group Aritzon. Edge computing, on the other hand, is a market valued at US$97 million in 2019 and forecast to reach US$311 million by 2027. These projections point to a decisive business shift away from traditional on-premise models and toward disaggregated digital infrastructures supported by different providers.

New technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence, IoT and 5G, will continue to force companies in all market segments to reconfigure their digital infrastructures. The task ahead for companies is how to configure these technologies toward greater efficiency and cybersecurity within the organizations network. The latter, in particular, has motivated companies to migrate toward micro-segmentation network models to improve an enterprise’s resilience to cyberattacks and to reduce the potential impact of an attack.

Cybersecurity has become a fundamental necessity for daily operations and long-term market permanence. This is true for companies, small businesses, government institutions and private citizens, which in the eyes of cybercriminals are all fair game. Being cybersafe in an increasingly hostile digital environment requires the constant generation of intelligence to recognize adversarial tactics and strategy, all of which will be covered by Mexico Business’ distinguished guests.

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