In today’s connected world, there are just two kinds of organizations – those that have been compromised and those that don’t know that they have been compromised. Over the last few years, the threat landscape has changed significantly as both the volume, sophistication of attacks have increased.
Advancing technology, global competitive pressures and dynamic market expectations have made businesses realize that their sustainability depends on their ability to innovate. Although innovation flourishes in nearly every small and big organization, most of it is still done in isolation and is sometimes not even linked to the company’s strategy. Research elucidates that not all innovations are successful. The issue does not lie in innovating per se but arises from “how” companies manage their innovation process.