Inside LinkedIn's RPA Journey with AJ Bernstein, Senior Director on Financial Shared Services, LINKEDIN
Though intelligent automation, artificial intelligence and RPA tools are significantly more secure than humans, they are not without their cyber security risks. Not only is the cost of cyber crime is expected to rise to $2.1 trillion by the year 2019, but, as intelligent automation tools of "work on" sensitive financial, employee and/or customer data, the consequences of a RPA-related hack or data breach are nothing short of dire.
In this 3 minute video, we outline the top 5 things you need to do to ensure your robotic process automation (RPA), Intelligent Automation (IA), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other cognitive technologies are secure. Get introduced to IA cyber security best practices such as:
- Establishing a RPA cyber security and data protection governance framework
- Cultivating a culture of cybersecurity to ensure long-term compliance
- Leveraging encryption and credential management tools to protect sensitive data
- Building an action plan for recovering post cyber attack