As we move towards an increasingly digital age, businesses of all sizes and industries must adapt to stay ahead. And, if you work in regulated industries such as accounting, finance, architecture, engineering, construction (AEC), and life sciences, you'll know that the challenge is even greater. It's no secret that regulated industries are struggling to keep up with today's evolving threat landscape, but now more than ever, businesses need to ensure they are future-ready.
Don't underestimate the power of innovation and security
Regulated industries have traditionally been slow to adopt modern technologies and processes. This has led to a lack of innovation and an inability to keep up with the rapidly changing digital landscape. But as the world becomes more connected and data-driven, businesses must embrace digital transformation to remain competitive.
Critical components for thriving businesses in the digital age
The impact of innovation and security on business success cannot be overstated. Companies that fail to innovate and adapt to modern technologies risk falling behind their competitors and becoming obsolete. And as cyber threats become more sophisticated and prevalent, businesses that do not prioritise security risk losing sensitive data and damaging their reputation.
So, how can businesses in regulated industries become future-ready? The first step is to embrace digital transformation and invest in the right technologies and processes. This means adopting cloud-based solutions, implementing data analytics, and leveraging automation to streamline operations.
Join the future-ready digital collaboration summit!
Get ahead of the curve and learn from industry leaders as they redefine secure and regulated digital collaboration in the workplace. With insights and tips to take home, The Future-Ready Digital Collaboration Summit is a must-attend event for professionals in highly-regulated industries looking to enhance the value of collaborating securely across teams, partners, clients, and stakeholders.
You’ll learn from some of the best in the business! A panel of industry experts from AstraZeneca, Atkins and Sussex Strategy Group will uncover their strategies for adapting to external forces, enhancing digital collaboration, and prioritising impact, innovation, and security and more.
Sophie Bailes, Director of Digital Transformation, AstraZeneca
Martin Geach, Technical Director – Digital, Atkins
Patrick Gajos, Director & General Counsel, Sussex Strategy Group
Take a deep dive into these topics:
The Productivity Ninja's Guide to collaborating in a digital world: How shifting your mindset and streamlining your processes can improve productivity and collaboration.
Speaker: Grace Marshall, Award-winning Author & Productivity Ninja
Silos vs Compliance: The need for a single source of truth: Examining how organisations can benefit from having one single and complete view over all your business data and information and the downfalls of failing to do so.
Speaker: Lauren Graden, Document Control Specialist and founder of LGC Academy
Master risk and privacy by leveraging your tech stack: Highlighting the importance of enterprise security risk assessments and the role of insider threat management in today's business environment.
Speaker: Julian Talbot, Enterprise Security & Risk Management Expert and lead author of the Security Risk Management Body of Knowledge (SRMBOK)
Impact. Innovation. Security.
Innovation and security have always been critical to business success, but now more than ever, they are becoming the difference between surviving and thriving. As margins continue to get tighter and there is a growing need to do more with less, businesses must find new and innovative ways to operate efficiently and securely.
Learn how to make your business future-ready