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Advancing Cybersecurity Skillsets Helps Organizations Against Threats

Worldwide, 80% of organizations suffered one or more breaches that they could attribute to a lack of cybersecurity skills and/or awareness according to Fortinet’s recently published 2022 Cybersecurity Skills Gap research report. The lack of qualified cybersecurity professionals is a massive global problem affecting all types of organizations. Because the cybersecurity workforce is not growing fast enough to keep up with new threats, Fortinet has pledged to do something about it. By 2026, Fortinet is committed to training at least one million people in cybersecurity via our Training Advancement Agenda (TAA) and Training Institute programs.

There is also a necessity to upskill current security professionals to gain more expertise about the ever-evolving threat landscape to keep up with bad actors. Fortinet offers the Network Security Expert (NSE) Certification program to technical professionals to advance their skills and help organizations keep up with threats. NSE is an eight-level training and certification program that is designed to provide individuals with an independent validation of their network security skills and experience. Recently, Fortinet spoke with Austin Lawrence, Senior Tech Consultant, Modern Application Platforms at CDI (Computer Design Integration) for a virtual Q&A to discuss his view of the current state of cybersecurity, as well as his experience with earning his NSE 7 certificate, and how it has impacted his career.

A Conversation with a NSE Level 7

Q: What is the state of the cybersecurity industry?

A: I started in security in 2016 and notice a significant difference in the industry and the approach to cyber. One of the biggest changes is that the industry is a lot more tense now. There is a much bigger focus on cybersecurity for organizations. You really don’t go a day or two without seeing attacks or data breaches in the news. The folks that defend their networks—the defenders—are really looking for cybersecurity vendors and OEMS to provide holistic solutions that cover their users and their devices no matter where they are—whether they are in the cloud, in the data center, or on-premise.

With these increased data breaches and security incidents happening, I think companies like Fortinet have really stepped up their game in providing holistic solutions to ease the burden. The attack surface has widened since 2016, and that’s forced security vendors and OEMs to rethink the solutions they provide.

Q: What is your professional observation about the cyber skills gap?

A: The biggest change that I’ve seen in the technology since 2016 is that there is a wider area to protect. It’s multi-cloud. It’s on-premise. It’s wherever your endpoints are located and that makes it much more difficult for someone who is defending networks or in a cybersecurity role to keep up. So, I would say breadth of knowledge is something that’s missing as part of the skills gap.

It’s not anyone’s fault. Things are changing really fast and if you’re in a specific role or a specific area, it can be hard to keep up with all the other systems that you have to understand to defend.

Q: What value do you place on certifications?

A: Certifications play a big role in a security professional’s ability to keep up with the changing technology landscape. You need to understand modern threats and the systems that defend against them. NSE certifications is a great place to start to offset the cybersecurity skills gap. Certifications have played a big role in helping to cast a wider net of knowledge and area of study. If you want to learn something new or if you have a specific area of technology that you want to dig into, certification is a great place to start. You get to learn things that you wouldn’t necessarily learn on the job. I think it definitely helps offset that skill gap.Q: What Fortinet NSE certifications do you have, and when did you receive them? What was the process like?

A: I have NSE 1-3. I got them when I started working at a value-added reseller (VAR) in 2020.

In January of 2021, I went for the NSE 7 enterprise firewall certificate. That experience was good. I spent a couple of months training in a lab, spinning up virtual appliances and such—and just picking apart the firewall. I used the Fortinet Training Institute and had a positive experience there. The LMS was pretty well laid out. The lessons were well-structured. I pretty much got all the information I needed there along with on-the-job experience to pass the certification test.

Q: What does it mean to you to have a Fortinet NSE certification? Has it helped in your career?

A: I think it’s helped in two ways. From a day-to-day perspective, it’s helped me have a little more breadth in the technologies that I commonly work with. If I don’t know a topic very deep, I might have touched on it in the certification training. I’ll know what it does and how to interact with it. From a security perspective, I’ll know how to secure it. Then I also think the certifications have helped me in career mobility—upward mobility. From that standpoint, it helped me get into a new role or helped me work on different types of projects. If I wanted to work on more Fortinet projects and go a level deeper, I could take the NSE 8 course. I think it definitely helps open up your options. From a career perspective as well.

Q: What motivate you to pursue NSE certifications?

A: It was primarily to get more familiar with Fortinet’s line of products. I had worked with other vendors’ security products in the cloud and on-premise for quite a long time before getting my NSE 7. And I was really impressed with Fortinet Security Fabric and how it is an ecosystem of products and services to solve a security problem. A lot of the clients I work with have Fortinet gear set up, so it naturally made sense to learn more about Fortinet through NSE 7, so I can learn more about the firewall in the cloud and on-premise, and help integrate those customer environments.

Q: What’s your background? What did you get your degree in? Where did you go to school?

A: I don’t have a degree. I went to a technical school when I was in high school. It covered a couple of things, including cybersecurity. Half of the day was high school classes and the other half was technical classes. We got to dig into networking and security topics, which was cool. That’s where I started.

Q: What advice would you give someone debating getting certified with Fortinet?

A: I would say if you see any of the topics in the NSE that interest you, get logged into the Fortinet Training Institute and take some courses. Try to configure a lab and train with virtual appliances. Make sure to understand the presented topics well and you’ll be likely to form some new skills throughout the process.

Learn more about the Fortinet free cybersecurity training initiative and Fortinet’s Training Institute, including the NSE Certification programAcademic Partner program, and Education Outreach program which includes a focus on Veterans.

 

 

 

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Juniper Networks reveals Cloud Metro portfolio

Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR) has unveiled a new Cloud Metro portfolio of software and hardware platforms. The line emphasizes cloud-based artificial intelligence and automation, low power consumption, sustainability, and an extension of network lifecycles from 3-5 years to 7-12 years.

Use of the Cloud Metro line can reduce total cost of ownership by up to 71% percent, the company asserts. Zero Trust security is a built-in feature, as is active service assurance. Elements of the new line include:

  • Juniper Paragon Automation as a Service, an AI-enabled, cloud-delivered automation portfolio for metro networks that Juniper Networks expects to make available during the first half of next year.
  • Juniper AI-Enabled Device Onboarding-as-a-Service, the first Juniper Paragon Automation as a Service use case that is designed to reduce device onboarding times.
  • Juniper Networks ACX7000 Family hardware platforms, a line that Juniper Networks asserts includes the industry’s fastest router line card, highest 400GbE density and fabric capacity per slot (up to 21.6 Tbps with 54x400GbE ports) that is 800G ready. The family includes the ACX7100-32C, ACX7100-48L, and ACX7509, which are available now; the ACX7024, which is orderable now and slated to be available in this year’s third quarter; and the ACX7908 and ACX7348, which will be orderable in the first half of next year.
  • Juniper Networks 400G ZR/ZR+ optics, orderable and available in the third quarter of this year, that comply with OpenZR+ and OIF specifications.
  • Juniper Paragon Active Assurance test agents, embedded in JUNOS OS Evolved within all ACX7000 models, which provides advanced network performance and health information. The capabilities include emulation of 5G UE/gNB that enables service providers to simulate traffic for both the control plane and user plane, thus ensuring each 5G network slice meets expected SLAs.
  • Zero Trust Security principles and the threat detection, analysis, and prevention fundamentals of Juniper’s Connected Security portfolio. They are slated to be available in the first half of 2023.

“Our cloud-delivered Paragon Automation-as-a-Service promises immediate productivity increases for service providers. Instead of building complex, time-consuming ‘DIY’ automation solutions, they are empowered to focus on assuring service experiences for their customers,” stated Brendan Gibbs, senior vice president of automated WAN solutions, Juniper Networks. “And our extended ACX7000 Family delivers the most secure, assured, scalable, and intelligent Cloud Metro portfolio on the market. This is the answer to service provider needs for a sustainable future for their profits, their people, and the planet.”

“Digital transformation is moving into its next phase which is all about transforming operational technology (OT) and driving the distributed delivery of new applications and use cases based on emerging technologies such as AI and AR. The metro edge is key to supporting the massive data, real-time performance and sustainability demands that this new era of OT transformation is bringing,” commented Caroline Chappell, research director, cloud practice, Analysys Mason via a Juniper Networks press release. “This important industry shift requires the re-imagining and re-engineering of the metro network and Juniper is showing leadership here in its Cloud Metro portfolio. Service providers that want to deliver reliable, secure and high-performing services at the metro edge with a sustainable business model should pay close attention.”

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Consortium of funds to buy fiber network service provider FiberLight

A consortium of funds has agreed to purchase fiber network services provider FiberLight LLC for an undisclosed sum. The consortium, led by funds managed by H.R.L. Morrison & Co. and including Australian Retirement Trust (ART) and a managed client of UBS Asset Management, say they will aid FiberLight as the company seeks to expand.

FiberLight, headquartered in Atlanta and currently owned by Thermo Companies, operates a fiber network footprint of approximately 18,000 route miles that serves customers in more than 30 metropolitan areas. Most of that infrastructure serves the major markets of Texas and the Northern Virginia area with the goal of providing connectivity to domestic and international wireless, wireline, cable, and hyperscale cloud providers as well as enterprise, government, and educational clients (see, for example, “FiberLight finishes Texas Express Route deployments”).

FiberLight’s management team, led by CEO Christopher Rabii, will remain in place. “With our existing backbone infrastructure and unmatched density across the markets we serve, FiberLight is well equipped to deploy a multitude of solutions to ensure our customers can meet their growing bandwidth needs,” Rabii commented. “Morrison & Co is our ideal new partner to support our growth strategy due to its commitment of capital and resources and shared belief that fiber infrastructure is the key to bridging the digital divide and rapid expansion required to meet the extraordinary long-term demand.”

The investment in FiberLight is Morrison & Co.’s first in the North American digital infrastructure space and third in North America as a whole, following investments in Longroad Energy and Clearvision Ventures. The company owns stakes in Vodafone NZ, Amplitel Towers, CDC Data Centres, Kao Data Centres, Fore Freedom, and Australian Registry Investments.

“We are pleased to support FiberLight, a well-recognized provider of essential connectivity services to hundreds of businesses. As the company continues to scale and deepen its presence in key U.S. markets, we will leverage our significant digital infrastructure expertise and partner with management to address the rapidly growing demand for faster, more secure and more reliable internet access,” said Perry Offutt, head of North America for Morrison & Co.

The deal will close following the fulfillment of customary closing conditions including regulatory approvals. The parties did not offer an expected timeframe for that process.

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Celine Le Cotonnec, BFSI News, ET BFSI

Celine Le Cotonnec, Chief Data Innovation Officer, Bank of Singapore, said that not all bank systems are meant to be supported by cloud.

“I think when you talk about values, things that can’t really be cloud based. There is this whole question of legacy infrastructure that you can’t get rid of overnight, but I think that most of the servicing systems, most of the trading platforms, should be actually supported by cloud technologies which are much cheaper. You benefit from product improvement much quicker and you don’t have the costs of mentoring your own infrastructure,” she said.

Though Celine believes that cloud can be cheaper, she believes that cloud systems can’t be used for every activity, and that’s where data systems come into play.

Celine joined the Bank of Singapore in 2020, before the outbreak of COVID-19. She has worked in insurance, banking, and car manufacturing. At the Bank of Singapore, her role is to set up the overall strategy when it comes to using data.

Edited Excerpts:

Q. What are your key priorities as a Data Protection Innovation Officer?

Celine : First thing is the data tech stack. What is the right platform that you need to use to enable your organization to analyze data, to be able to run machine learning models, to be able to monitor others models. So we use a type of software solution in order to be able to handle the data? The second biggest part is the data culture – how do we actually raise the literacy of the organization when it comes to using data, whether it’s to make business decisions or to be able to make predictions. So my strategy is to democratize data, and then the entire organization.

We are training people in analytics visualization everywhere in the business. So we have a hub and spoke model, a data hub. We’re looking at the overall governance platform strategy, implementation of policies, but then I work very closely with the people in the business I would call this talk upon, the HR in product, financing risk and compliance, marketing, each of the core departments of banks have their own analytic functions… We’re helping them to discover insights and find trends and be able to identify opportunities to develop more advanced machine learning models or recommendations.. so we’re working on all those aspects and then there is a big topic when it comes to data governance.

So there you got the topic that are driven by regulatory activities such as BCBS239 regulation implementation, where you need to look at the quality depending on the data for your most critical report, which actually forces everyone to kind of classify the data and try to start to look at which of all of our massive question of data those are the most important and so yeah, there is a big accent and data quality, the garbage in garbage out. And then there is a real topic of data protection, and this is where also blockchain gets interesting.

Q.: Financial institutions all over the world are migrating to the cloud, but regulators have their own reservations. What is your strategy for data storage? What has been working for the Bank of Singapore?

Celine – Okay so we’ve got our own data center. On the cloud front, there are certain applications.. we’re using SaaS software for non critical data. So we have some applications that are SaaS management solutions, but that’s not everything I would say. We are already kind of leveraging the cloud in a way, but not for every activity.

Q. So, your data center is where maximum data is stored and only a part of it is shifted to the cloud?

Celine – I mean, it really depends because cloud is actually gaining a lot of capabilities over time, so, there are also some concerns regarding latency by systems regarding the robustness of older VPN infrastructure to the external world in a more efficient manner. So moving to cloud is a big change in your network infrastructure, in your current architecture design, and it needs to be thought through quite exhaustively by your bank because the nature of your data is that there is some cloud strategy and policy.. and it’s not really driven by my side and more one of the user of infrastructure.

Q. Do you see the banks shifting their data to the cloud completely?

Celine – Well, depending on what you call completely, right? Not all of this system is meant to be supported by the cloud.

I think when you talk about I mean the values, things that can’t really be cloud based, and there is this whole question of legacy infrastructure that you can’t get rid off overnight, but I think that yeah, most of the servicing system, most of the trading platform, all of this should be actually supported by cloud technologies which is much cheaper, you benefit from product improvement much quicker and you don’t have the costs of mentoring your own infrastructure.

Not all bank systems are meant to be supported by cloud: Celine Le Cotonnec

Q. How do you see regulations on the cloud?

Celine – MAS has set up a cloud framework, which is not really a regulation per se, but they say that they don’t prevent clouds, but at the same time, there’s still a huge technology risk management, regulation that you need to comply with and any outsourcing is very heavy in terms of compliance requirements as when you go to cloud, you have to do all those, a full assessment of risks, which is also sometimes one of the burden. Then it can take a very long time and very kind of a long discussion.

Q. How far data will go according to you. What is your vision in terms of data innovation?

Celine – I think that there are several aspects, so first of all, data can bring out a lot of inside automation, so banks are still relying on you know, Excel and VBA micro and so now, you have more flexible infrastructure, where people can self serve that are more kind of user centric, that can help the business to work efficiently. So there’s the equation of efficiency, being able to have access to the right information at the right time, whether it’s the advisor or the client itself. I think that there are a lot of things happening on the external data side also, of course, we use a lot of external data as well. We need to get our price for the rating of the product from you know Bloomberg, Refinitiv, MSCI, Morningstar, standard for all those rating agencies. And at the same time there is the topic of sustainability and ESG, which is coming up and which requires even more data and different types of data that are used to manipulate, as a banker would say. So actually looking also at the acquisition of external data, the strategy to aquire data, how do you also manage costs, buy more data for cheaper costs, using alternative data providers, you know, is also something that needs to be part of every banks’ data strategies.

Data that you can capture from the outside including external market data providers, but also asset managers, counterparties, in order to be able to build that 360 view of the clients right. So, there are a lot of use cases that apply into the different workflows. But there is also a huge part of data which is used to monitor risk, prevent frauds, detect anomaly in the data sets, in the behaviour on the information that are recorded, which is also you know, a way to use technology to make the bank safer, to not only grow the business or support customer satisfaction but also the need of having an automated monitoring framework for the banking activity which is, you know, designed to control cell phones so you need to think about this overall.

You need to have in your architecture, there’s some representation that you have in your organization and you have systems that are monitoring all the systems.

Q. Which are the external data points? What kind of data do you obtain from external sources?

Celine -So we pay a price right, data price and we get all the resources from Bloomberg and elsewhere so the rating, the sustainability rating, industry rating is this product or company or instrument created as ABCD, right, in terms of environmental impact. So, all of these things are coming from data providers of integrated business.

Q. From data is oil to world war, there are many terms coined for data. So how do you see data shaping up the banks going ahead?

Celine – I mean, I think it’s the same thing for not only most of the banks but most of the industry. Like the power of data to be able to automate tasks that make sense and to have the human being assisted by technology and with his mind that is freed up to work on more complicated cases, so it has ability to make a big portion of the job that is done today by bank which is also a way to cut costs. But it helps to personalize the product offering to the client, each client is different with a different history of risk appetite, you know, so using data and AI and offering a hyper-personalised experience and portfolio management offering to our clients which are encompassing all different aspects of their personality.

Not all bank systems are meant to be supported by cloud: Celine Le Cotonnec

Q. What kind of strategy have you adopted, what are the major challenges you’re finding in terms of keeping data in shape as you will be obtaining data from various sources and then you will put it in a shape so that you can make a decision. What are the challenges that you find in terms of obtaining or collecting data and putting it in a chip?

Celine – I think this one is going to be a loophole over data governance and data management practice.I believe the difficulty is that people need to understand that data is a corporate asset, its not only owned by the chief data officer, everybody is responsible. One of them is inputting data into a system, information to any type of system has a responsibility to be a bit like climate or it’s a bit like using electricity right as this is a corporate asset and it’s on you to switch off the lamp right like realize that you’re contributing to the organization. So it’s the same thing with data and data quality. People need to be educated. It’s the same thing like saving energy by switching off the lights of your building when you go somewhere. It’s like people need to be educated about the consequences of data quality and how actually they are gonna pay the price at the end because they do realise that bad data quality without paying the price they are at the end of the chain. And so yeah, it’s about setting up this governance structure at all layer of the organisation, there’s the data working group, people working with data for every department and when there are condition that needs to be aligned, issue in terms of data quality, the fields, you know, there are some regular GST that is happening in relation to the entire organisation, so we have an operational working group that is reporting to a data management that is happening once in a while, and then we have our biggest instance, which is happening every two months, which is our data strategy committee that is gathering all the people of the bank and it is for one hour here and they get awareness of data, data issues, etc and they have to take decision when it comes to data strategy. As CDO I can propose but it’s not for me to decide, it’s for them to decide, as at the end of the day we are not the people, they are the people and it’s for them to decide. I think it’s kind of a journey, it goes with education, it changes people’s mindset, training them to do new things, new ways of doing things.

When you start to move into AI recommendation or intelligence system automation so there’s also a question on how you are building your process around that. So there’s a predictive model. Today most of our processes are reactive processes, we are only handling a complaint once the customer complaints, we are not trying to predict the complaint that is coming up but it requires different types of skill sets, a different type of process. It’s not reactive, it’s being proactive. It’s about predicting before a complaint is even registered. So it is about being more customer centric. It’s a literal change in skill sets, moving from active processes to predictive.

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China Cybersecurity and Data Protection: Monthly Update – June 2022 Issue

This newsletter summarizes the latest developments in cybersecurity and data protection in China with a focus on the regulatory, enforcement and industry developments in this area.

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Key highlights

The China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (“CBIRC”) issued the draft Administrative Measures for Protection of Consumer Rights and Interests by Banking and Insurance Institutions for public consultation in the context of intensified regulatory efforts of the financial regulators to protect consumer rights and a fast-developing data protection regime in China. The Draft Measures incorporated many data protection obligations of the PIPL and at the same time set out a series of special requirements specific to the banking and insurance industry. Banking and financial institutions should be prepared to implement such requirements under the Draft Measures which are expected to be finalised in the near future.

China reports the first reported case where the procuratorate has decided not prosecute a company for data protection and cybersecurity offence on the basis of compliance evaluation. . Companies that have been suspected of committing data-related criminal offences can seek a non-prosecution decision from the procuratorate, if it meets the requirements under the corporate non-prosecution scheme. More importantly, companies should establish and continuously improve their data compliance system to avoid data and cybersecurity breaches and demonstrate to the authorities that adequate compliance measures have been taken in the event of such breach. 

Please read our articles at the links below for more details.

Our Views

China Reports First Case of Corporate Non-Prosecution for Data Protection and Cybersecurity Offenses

CBIRC will Strengthen Protection of Consumers’ Personal Information[1] 

Regulatory Developments

​1. CBIRC released the Administrative Measures for the Protection of Consumer Rights and Interests by Banking and Insurance Institutions and the Administrative Measures for Regulatory Statistics of Banking and Insurance Sectors for public comments

On 19 May, the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) released the Administrative Measures for the Protection of Consumer Rights and Interests by Banking and Insurance Institutions (Draft for Comment) (the “Administrative Measures for the Protection of Consumer Rights and Interests”) and the Administrative Measures for Regulatory Statistics of Banking and Insurance Sectors (Draft for Comment) (the “Administrative Measures for Regulatory Statistics”) to solicit public opinions.

The Administrative Measures for the Protection of Consumer Rights and Interests put forward requirements for the protection of consumers’ rights to information security from the aspects of the principles of personal information protection, personal information protection mechanism, personal information processing, automated marketing, partnership management and internal audit. The Administrative Measures for Regulatory Statistics set out requirements for the management of the supervision and statistics documents with regard to the following aspects: establishing a whole process management mechanism to ensure data quality, establishing a robust information system satisfactory to the business needs, strengthen management for the storage of regulatory statistics, and exploring the ability of data analysis.

2. The Information security technology – Requirements of privacy policy of Internet platforms, products and services (Draft for Comments) was released for public comments

On 26 May, the National Information Security Standardization Technical Committee (TC260) released a recommended national standard, i.e. the Information security technology – Requirements of privacy policy of Internet platforms, products and services (Draft for Comments) (the “Requirements”) to solicit public opinions. The Requirements mainly specify five aspects regarding the privacy policy of Internet platforms and their products or services: the preparation procedures, detailed content, release form, revision process and dispute handling.

3. Four industry standards of the Application personal information collection and usage minimization and necessity evaluation specification” were released for public comments

On 7 May, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) released four industry standards concerning the Application personal information collection and usage minimization and necessity evaluation specification (collectively referred to as “Specification Series”) to solicit public opinions. The Specification Series apply to APP providers and other terminal providers for their processing activities of users’ personal information.

4. The Classification guide for pre-installed applications on smartphones was released

On 11 May, the TC260 issued TC260-002 the Classification guide for pre-installed applications on smartphones (the “Guide”). The Guide applies to the production activities of smartphone manufacturers and could also be used as a practical guide for the supervision, management, testing and evaluation of the pre-installed applications. The Guide classifies pre-installed smartphone applications into non-uninstallable and uninstallable and provides that non-uninstallable pre-installed applications are limited to the following functions: system setting, file management, multimedia video, making phone calls, sending and receiving text messages, address book, browser and application store. There is at most one pre-installed application with the same function that cannot be uninstalled.

​5. CBIRC promotes the development of industry standards related to insurance industry data

On 27 May, the CBIRC issued the Plan for the Standardization in Insurance Sector during the 14th Five-year Plan Period (the “Plan”). The Plan specifies that during the 14th Five-Year Plan period, the insurance industry will: (1) promote the industrial standards in the following areas: business data, risk data and information disclosure, (2) develop standards for data sharing and exchange between commercial insurance and medical / social security, (3) develop basic data standards for risk supervision in the insurance industry and develop a data system for insurance supervision, (4) develop standards for business data and information interaction in the insurance intermediary industry, and (5) develop standards for categorization and classification of insurance data and technical standards for data and information exchange in the insurance industry.

6. NDRC promotes the sharing of health big data

On 10 May, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) issued the Plan for the Development of Bioeconomy during 14th Five-Year Plan Period (the “Plan”). The Plan proposes to develop the bioinformatics industry, integrate multi-source heterogeneous data and promote data sharing. The Plan also aims to further explore the application of health data in the following fields: medical research, education and training, clinical treatment, product development, industry governance, and medical insurance payment.

7. NDRC is developing data elements related policies

On 17 May, the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) held a conference in Beijing on the topic of “Promoting the sustainable and healthy development of the digital economy”. At the conference, CPPCC members suggested exerting the value of digital elements to develop the digital economy. The deputy director of the NDRC said that the NDRC is currently taking the lead in designing the regulatory framework in this regard and will accelerate the draft process of the data elements related policies.

8. The National Medical Products Administration proposes to improve cybersecurity capacity

On 11 May, the National Medical Products Administration issued the Plan for Cybersecurity and Application of Information Technology in Medical Products Regulation during the 14th Five-year Plan Period (the “Plan”). The Plan underlines the improvement of cybersecurity capacity as one of the four key tasks and sets out 16 detailed tasks, including building national and provincial data centers, improving cybersecurity trust system and security management operation centers.

9. The Opinions on Promoting the Implementation of the National Cultural Digitization Strategy proposes strengthening data security in cultural industries

On 22 May, the General Offices of the CPC Central Committee and the State Council issued the Opinions on Promoting the Implementation of the National Cultural Digitization Strategy (the “Opinions”). The Opinions outline 8 key tasks, including digitization of the cultural industry, and further requires the development of cultural data security standards, the construction of a cultural data security supervision system, and the protection of property rights of cultural data and cultural digital content in the stages of data collection, processing, trading, transfer, storage and data governance.

10. Shanghai protects the personal information collected due to epidemic prevention from leakage

On 24 May, the Decision on the Further Promotion and Protection of the construction of the “A Network for Unified Management (the “Decision”) was released. The Decision specifies that people entering public places, residential areas and other places should accept personal epidemic prevention and control information verification. The collection and processing of personal epidemic prevention and control information should comply with the laws and regulations relating to personal information protection. The personal information collected should be used only for the purposes of epidemic prevention and control and must not be disclosed by anyone.

Enforcement Developments

1. MIIT carries out security activities for industrial Internet

On 13 May, the MIIT issued the Notice on Industrial Internet Security Activities (the “Notice”) to carry out security assessment for industrial Internet. According to the Notice, the action aims to (1) promote industrial Internet security-related policies and standards, (2) improve the mechanism of independent grading, grading verification, security protection and risk assessment, (3) implement nationwide cybersecurity categorization and classification of industrial Internet enterprises, (4) urge enterprises to implement their responsibilities to maintain cybersecurity, and (5) enhance the security and safety capabilities of the industrial Internet.

2. The China Security Regulatory Commission issued the Notification on Agency Supervision to notify the security incidents of information system

It was reported on May 25 that the China Security Regulatory Commission recently issued the Notification on Agency Supervision (the “Notification”), focusing on recent security incidents of information system. The Notification points out that the frequent information security incidents reflect the following problems: (1) inadequate internal controls for compliance; (2) the lack of awareness of responsibilities, failure to meet obligations and incomplete mastery of the system architecture of the software provided by external vendors; (3) the operational personnel are not standardized enough and the enterprises concerned fail to establish an effective access control mechanism; (4) the management of APP development is deficient; and (5) there are loopholes in security management.

3. Public hearing was held on the first case of corporate non-prosecution for data protection and cybersecurity offences

On 10 May, Putuo District People’s Procuratorate in Shanghai held a public hearing on its proposed decision not to prosecute a company for alleged illegal acquisition of data in computer information systems. The hearing concluded that the non-prosecution decision was appropriate on the ground that the company implemented adequate compliance measures. This is the first reported case where the procuratorate has decided not prosecute a company for data protection and cybersecurity offence on the basis of compliance evaluation.

4. The judgement of the first case of network “Crawler” in the field of short video platform was pronounced

On 10 May, the People’s Court of Liangxi District, Wuxi sentenced the defendant Ding to one year and six months in prison, suspended for two years, and a fine of 30,000 CNY for the crime of providing programs used for intruding into computer information systems. The case is the first case of the exploitation of web crawler in the field of short video platform. According to reports, in 2021, the defendant repackaged an illegal crawler software and sold it to the public, making an illegal profit of more than 24,000 CNY.

5. MIIT: “Double List” makes data protection measures stronger

It was reported on 5 May that the MIIT recently indicated that the perception of information services should be improved and the MIIT will urge major Internet enterprises to establish a “double list” of personal information protection (i.e. personal information collection list and third-party personal information sharing list).

6. The first Data Resource Court in China was established

On 18 May, the Data Resources Court of the People’s Court of Ouhai District, Wenzhou was officially established. This Data Resource Court is the first court in China to handle data resource cases as its core business. The court implements a three-in-one model of criminal, civil and administrative, which helps to further clarify the boundaries of legality of data production, storage, usage and transaction.

​7. The Beijing Communications Administration starts the cybersecurity and data security inspection of the telecom and Internet industry in 2022

On 19 May, the Beijing Communications Administration issued a notice, announcing the launch of the cybersecurity and data security inspection of the telecom and Internet industry in 2022. The inspection focuses on the implementation of cybersecurity, data security and personal information protection of critical information infrastructure and important information systems.

8. The Beijing Municipal Education Commission and 2 other departments issued the Notice on Further Improving the Filing and Management of Educational Mobile Internet Applications

On 10 May, the Beijing Municipal Education Commission and 2 other departments jointly issued the Notice on Further Improving the Filing and Management of Educational Mobile Internet Applications (the “Notice”). The Notice requires that educational APPs whose main users are teachers and students should be filed on the the filing management platform (https://app.eduyun.cn/) and are forbidden to disseminate negative information, bad information, game links and advertisements. The Notice also specifies that Beijing will no longer accept the filing application of the APPs developed for online training and education before elementary school, and revoke the fillings of relevant APPs that have been filed.

9. The National Computer Virus Emergency Response Center reported 30 APPs with privacy non-compliance in May

In May, the National Computer Virus Emergency Response Center found a total of 30 mobile APPs with privacy non-compliance through Internet monitoring. The above mobile APPs mainly involve the following problems: (1) the APP does not notify all the privacy rights applied to users; (2) the APP starts collecting personal information before obtaining users’ consent; (3) the APP does not provide effective functions of correcting and deleting personal information and cancelling users’ accounts, or sets unreasonable conditions for cancelling users’ accounts; (4) the APP does not establish and announce the channels for personal information security complaints and reporting, or exceeds the promised response time limit.

10. The Cyberspace Administration of Hainan Province reported 4 dating APPs with privacy non-compliance

On 24 May, the Cyberspace Administration of Hainan Province reported 4 dating APPs of the following problems: (1) collecting personal information or opening permissions that can collect personal information after users explicitly disagree, or frequently seeking users’ consent, (2) collecting personal information or opening permissions that can collect personal information that are out of the scope of its existing business functions, (3) ccollect personal sensitive information such as users’ ID numbers without informing the user of its purpose simultaneously, or the purpose is unclear or difficult to understand, (4) reffusing to provide business functions because the user does not agree to provide non-essential personal information or open non-essential permissions.

11. Shaoxing Bank was fined 5.5 million CNY for failure to keep customer identification information as required

On 20 May, the Hangzhou Central Sub-branch of the People’s Bank of China released an administrative penalty information. According to the penalty information, Shaoxing Bank was fined 5.5 million CNY for 4 violations as follows: (1) failure to fulfil customer identification obligations as required, (2) failure to keep customer identification information and transaction records as required, (3) failure to fulfil large and suspicious transaction reporting obligations as required, and (4) trading with unidentified customers. Meanwhile, 7 responsible persons of the bank were fined from 10,000 to 70,000 CNY.

12. The Consumer Rights Protection Commission of Jiangsu Province pointed out that 14 new energy vehicle companies use personal information inappropriately

On 19 May, the Consumer Rights Protection Commission of Jiangsu Province released the Investigation Report on Unfair Format Terms in the New Energy Vehicle Industry (the “Report”), pointing out that 14 new energy vehicle companies use personal information inappropriately. The Report claims that the processing of personal information as indicated in the agreements of new energy vehicle companies is not compliant with the law. The companies concerned violate the non-collection by default principle, collect personal information that is obviously unnecessary, violate the voluntary authorization and necessity principle, fail to address information security issues and fail to handle individual rights requests in a timely manner.

13. The Consumer Commission of Guangdong Province: consumer records belong to consumers’ personal information and network operators should protect consumers’ right of access and copy

On 19 May, the Consumer Commission of Guangdong Province released a case on its official website in which a live-streaming platform refused to provide users’ personal account consumption information. According to the relevant provisions of the law, users’ consumption records on the live-streaming platform are their personal information. The live-streaming platform, as a platform operator processing consumer personal information, should respect consumers’ rights of access and copy.

Industry Developments

1. Guiyang Big Data Exchange released the first data-trading-rule system in China

On 27 May, the data trading rules conference of Guiyang Big Data Exchange was held. The conference released the first data-trading-rule system in China. The data-trading-rule system released covers a series of documents such as data element circulation and trading rules, guidelines for data product cost assessment, data product trading price assessment, data asset value assessment, data trading compliance review, and data trading security assessment.

2. The first Personal Data Center White Paper in China was released

On 26 May, 2022, China International Big Data Industry Expo held the first “Personal Data Centre” forum. During the forum, China’s first Personal Data Centre White Paper (the “White Paper”) was released. The White Paper covers the basic concepts, technical components and application scenarios of personal data centres.

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Data Center UPS Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – This Data Center UPS Market research examines the state and future prospects of the Data Center UPS market from the perspectives of competitors, regions, products, and end Applications/industries. The Worldwide Data Center UPS market is segmented by product and Application/end industries in this analysis, which also analyses the different players in the global and key regions.

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ABB, Schneider Electric, Eaton, Vertiv Group Corp, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Power Innovations International Socomec, Gamatronic Electronic Industries Ltd., BENNING Elektrotechnik und Elektronik GmbH & Co. KG, Piller, RPS Spa, Toshiba International Corporation.

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Data Center UPS Market Segmentation:  

Data Center UPS Market, By Product Type

• Small Data Center UPS
• Medium Data Center UPS
• Large Data Center UPS

Data Center UPS Market, By Application Type

• Cloud Storage
• Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System
• Data Warehouse
• File Servers
• Application Servers
• Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Systems

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Mega Data Center Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – This Mega Data Center Market research examines the state and future prospects of the Mega Data Center market from the perspectives of competitors, regions, products, and end Applications/industries. The Worldwide Mega Data Center market is segmented by product and Application/end industries in this analysis, which also analyses the different players in the global and key regions.

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Cisco Systems Inc., Dell Software Inc., EMC Corporation, Emerson Network Power, Fujitsu Ltd, Hewlett-Packard Company, IBM Corporation, Intel Corp., Juniper Networks Inc., Schneider Electric.

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Mega Data Center Market Segmentation:  

Mega Data Center Market, By Solution

• Storage
• Networking
• Server
• Security
• Other Solutions

Mega Data Center Market, By End-User

• BFSI
• Telecom and IT
• Government
• Media and Entertainment
• Other End-users

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Air Cooled Screw Chiller Market by Type (Electrodeless Adjustment, Sectional Adjustment), Application (Data Center, Hospital, Transportation, Commercial, Other), and Geography – Global Trends & Forecasts to 2019-2029 – Indian Defence News

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The global air cooled screw chiller market research study’s type, application, and region components are divided into three parts. Each segmentation is divided into chapters that go over the various details. The chapters include graphs that show year-over-year growth and segment-specific drivers and constraints. Furthermore, the study provides government forecasts for regional markets that affect the global air cooled screw chiller sector.

Air Cooled Screw Chiller Market Segments

  • The market by type is segmented into electrodeless adjustment, sectional adjustment.
  • The market by application is segmented into data center, hospital, transportation, commercial, other.

Regions Covered in the Global Air Cooled Screw Chiller Market:

  • North America (the United States and Canada)
  • Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, India, Japan, Korea, Australia, and Rest of Asia Pacific)
  • The Middle East and Africa (GCC Countries, South Africa and Rest of the Middle East & Africa)
  • Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, and Rest of Latin America)

In the report on the air cooled screw chiller market, a detailed chapter on company profiles is included. The leading players in the global air cooled screw chiller market are examined in this chapter. It contains a synopsis of the company’s strategic goals and a description of its primary goods and services. An overall analysis of the organizations’ strategic initiatives reveals the trends that they are expected to pursue and their R&D statuses and financial outlooks. This research aims to provide readers with a thorough understanding of the global air cooled screw chiller market’s anticipated trajectory.

The following Companies as the Key Players in the Global Air Cooled Screw Chiller Market Research Report:

Carrier, Climaveneta, Dunham-bush, Haier, Johnson Controls, Kingair, LG, McQuay International, Trane


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  • How will the competitive landscape change shortly?
  • How will the global air cooled screw chiller market evolve in the coming years?
  • What are international market opportunities available now and in the future?
  • What are the primary market drivers and constraints?
  • Are there any new applications on the horizon?
  • What will effective strategies market leaders employ in the future?
  • How large will the market be at the end of the projection period?
  • Which policies and regulations will have the most significant impact on the global economy?
  • Which region will grow the fastest in the global air cooled screw chiller market?
  • Which industry is most likely to have the largest market share?

Research Methodology

Dhirtek Business Research and Consulting conducted this study using primary and secondary sources. As primary sources, industry experts from core and adjacent industries and those involved in the market. All primary sources were interviewed to obtain and verify critical qualitative and quantitative data and gain access to prospects. Secondary sources include directories, white papers, blogs, and databases.

The market size for air cooled screw chiller was estimated and validated using a top-down approach. Secondary research was conducted to identify key players in the industrial value chain, and primary and secondary research was conducted to determine these companies’ market revenues. This includes analyzing yearly business and financial reports from major industry players and conducting in-depth interviews with CEOs, directors, vice presidents, and marketing executives.

Secondary sources were used to gather geographic market estimates, which were then cross-checked with primary sources. Variables such as key players, sales partners, and distribution networks have an impact on them. The investigation also looks into the scope of each area’s research efforts. The total market size for air cooled screw chiller was computed and validated using revenue and revenue share data from market businesses. The market size of each category was calculated using a top-down approach based on the total market size.


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This study provides critical information on the global market’s current size and projected growth for air cooled screw chiller and its related industries. It also discusses geography’s market characteristics, significant suppliers, consumer preference trends, and market prospects. As many countries are in a recession, firms are attempting to weather the storm by limiting unanticipated losses and spending related to the air cooled screw chiller market.


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  • It provides an in-depth analysis of changing market trends, current and future technologies, and the various strategies used by global air cooled screw chiller industry leaders.
  • It provides advice and support to newcomers to the global air cooled screw chiller market and actively assists existing businesses in increasing their market share.
  • It sheds light on the plans of the industry’s leading firms and market advancements in the global air cooled screw chiller market.

Table of Content

Introduction    

  • Study Goal & Objective
  • Scope of Report
  • Research Methodology
  • Assumptions & Abbreviations

Market Overview

  • Global Air Cooled Screw Chiller Market Introduction
  • Macro-Economic Factor
  • Market Determinants
  • Value Chain Analysis
  • Technology/Product Roadmap
  • Porters 5 Force Model
  • Market Growth Opportunity Analysis

Market Segmentation

  • Global Air Cooled Screw Chiller Market Analysis, By Type
  • Global Air Cooled Screw Chiller Market Analysis, By Application

Regional Analysis

  • Regional Dashboard
  • North America Air Cooled Screw Chiller Market Analysis
  • Europe Air Cooled Screw Chiller Market Analysis
  • Asia Pacific Air Cooled Screw Chiller Market Analysis
  • The Middle East & Africa Air Cooled Screw Chiller Market Analysis
  • Latin America Air Cooled Screw Chiller Market Analysis

Competitive Analysis

Company Profiles

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Maybe that surprise was because I rarely see Utah’s abortion discussions come down to numbers. It’s such an emotional issue from all sides that signs and slogans seem to supply the debate rhetoric. But, truthfully, part of me also wondered if Utah’s government still had some old-fashioned reluctance to talk about the reality behind a sticky topic like abortion in the public sphere — and that it might be reflected in our data gathering.

Fortunately, though, Utah does keep solid track of abortion statistics in Utah — not just how many occur, but who is getting them, where, when, and for what reasons. Note that the latest year that we have data from is 2019, which gives us a pre-pandemic baseline of what we might expect from abortions in a “normal” year — before the Supreme Court’s recent decision.

Becky’s reporting has included most of these statistics, to be sure, but I thought it might be helpful to include them all in one place. So let’s take a look at the data, and use it to answer 10 questions about the reality of abortion in Utah.

How many abortions are happening in Utah?

Abortion rates, frankly, have plummeted over the past 30 years.

You’ll see the term “live births” used throughout this article. That’s a statistic indicating the number of babies born in Utah who show definitive signs of life at the time of birth.

For every 10 live births in Utah, there used to be about one abortion. Recently, though, the frequency of abortions has been essentially cut in half. It’s enough that abortions, in total, have shrunk over the long run even as Utah’s population has soared.

However, that trend reversed itself during the pandemic. While we don’t have data from the Department of Health for the past two years, Becky polled Planned Parenthood and Wasatch Women’s Center, the two main abortion providers in Utah, to find out how the number of abortions had changed. In total, they reported 3,037 abortions in 2020, and 3,388 in 2021. From those two providers alone, we can conclude there’s been a significant increase in abortions in the past two years.

Where are abortions happening in Utah?

Individual health districts keep track of the number of abortions from residents in their jurisdictions. In particular, Summit County’s health district saw more abortions per live birth in 2019 than any other area of Utah, with 130 abortions per 1,000 live births.

Salt Lake County had the second most abortions, with 99 abortions per 1,000 live births. Abortion rates in Tooele, Davis, and Utah counties, meanwhile, were below state averages.

For what reasons do women get abortions in Utah?

The majority of Utah abortions (1,807 in 2019) are for socioeconomic reasons, women who feel that their social or economic status in life means it’s a bad idea to continue with the pregnancy. A further 812 indicated that their abortion was elective.

Meanwhile, 76 indicated that they were seeking an abortion due to contraceptive failure, and 31 due to a fetal malformation. Eight women sought an abortion after rape, six due to mental health, and six due to their lives being in danger.

How old are women when they get abortions in Utah?

The most frequent category of women who receive abortions on a per-capita basis is for those ages 20 to 24, who had 6.7 abortions per 1,000 females in that age group. The second most common age group was 25 to 29, who had 5.9 abortions per 1,000 females, followed by women ages 30 to 34, who received 4.1 abortions per 1,000. Those ages 15 to 19 came next, with 2.8 abortions per 1,000 females, followed by women ages 35 to 39 with 2.6 abortions per 1,000 females and, finally, those from 40 to 44 who had 0.8 abortions per 1,000 females.

How educated are women who get abortions in Utah?

Similarly, it’s slightly more common for women who are getting abortions to have had at least some collegiate education than to have just a high school diploma. Those who hadn’t yet finished high school represented 241 abortions, less than 10% of the total, in Utah in 2019. Those who had finished high school but hadn’t gone further had 1,101 abortions, while those with more than a high school education had 1,114 abortions.

How many married women are getting abortions vs. unmarried women in Utah?

I included this graph as a line chart because it shows how the decrease in abortions over time has come from one group in particular. Married women are getting about the same number of abortions as they did in 2000. But the number of abortions among unmarried women has fallen by nearly a third in that same time.

Now, to be sure, unmarried women still get about 10 times as many abortions per capita as married women. But the difference between the groups is shrinking.

Have women who get abortions in Utah already had children?

I was also surprised to see how many Utah abortion recipients had also previously had children. Indeed, nearly half had previously had a live birth. Given that the nation’s infant mortality rate is less than 1%, it’s at least fair to say that, again, nearly half the women who had abortions in 2019 had given birth to a child who likely was still alive.

Have women who get abortions in Utah already had abortions?

While many women who sought an abortion had previously had children, more than three-fourths (76%) had not previously had an abortion. Just 162 of the abortions were given to women who had already undergone more than one abortion.

At the time of pregnancy, did women or their partners use contraception?

This is an interesting one, too. More than half the women who got abortions in 2019 said that they or their partner were using at least one form of contraception at the time of pregnancy.

Most of those who said they were using birth control, however, were turning to those in the “least effective” category: condoms, withdrawal, a sponge, spermicide, or natural family planning. But nearly 450 abortions came after at least one of the sexual partners involved was using a medium-effective or highly effective form of contraception.

When in the woman’s pregnancy do abortions occur in Utah?

Abortions in 2019 were happening relatively early in a woman’s pregnancy. More than two-thirds came in the first two months of pregnancy, and most immediately after, it seems, a woman’s first missed period might be likely to happen.

Indeed, only about 10% of abortions came after the first trimester. And only a further 5% or so came after the 18-week mark, the time frame in which abortions are currently banned in Utah. Beyond that, abortions were rare in Utah. You can see the vast difference between the state of affairs under the 14-day temporary restraining order and the 2019 law allowing abortions up to 18 weeks.

I’m not sure I have a lot of faith in this data changing any hearts and minds. People tend to be entrenched on their abortion positions. But passionate debate doesn’t have to be uninformed debate. A look at the reality of what is happening with abortion in Utah might help.

Andy Larsen is a data columnist for The Salt Lake Tribune. You can reach him at alarsen@sltrib.com.

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AMD and HPE team up to spur sustainable IT through environmentally friendly initiatives

Since the data center is the computational heart of an organization, it has a wealth of opportunity from an energy- and mission-savings perspective.

A perfect storm is brewing as more companies set environmentally friendly goals. For instance, 60% of the Fortune 500 have climate- or energy-efficient objectives, according to Justin Murrill (pictured, right), director of corporate responsibility at Advanced Micro Devices Inc. A partnership between AMD and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. is advancing this initiative by modernizing data centers.

“AMD and HPE have been working together on advancing sustainability for many years,” Murrill said. “Most recently, the top 500 and the green 500 list of supercomputers came out and at the top of that list are AMD-HPE systems. So the fastest and most energy-efficient system in the world is the Frontier supercomputer by AMD and HPE. I’m still just blown away by this billion calculations per second.”

Murrill and John Frey (left), chief technologist, sustainable transformation at HPE, spoke with theCUBE industry analysts Dave Vellante and John Furrier at HPE Discover, during an exclusive broadcast on theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio. They discussed how AMD and HPE are working together to make IT sustainable for the greater good of society. (* Disclosure below.)

IT systems a stepping stone toward carbon-free objectives

Given that sustainable IT is a hot topic, more research is being geared toward clean and alternative energy sources. As a result, HPE and AMD helped develop the LUMI supercomputer that is carbon-negative, according to Murrill.

“The LUMI  system … is 100% powered by renewable energy,” he explained. “Not only that, it takes the heat and channels it to a nearby town and covers 20% of that town’s heating needs, thereby avoiding 12,400 metric tons of carbon emissions.”

Since overall power consumption will continue increasing, combining scalability and efficiency in IT systems will be fundamental, according to Frey. Therefore, high-performance systems in smaller footprints are filling the void.

“Direct liquid cooling is becoming more and more in use,” he noted. “Customers are really interested. There’s shifting from industry standard architectures to lower end and high-performance computer architectures to get direct liquid cooling and higher core processors and get the performance they want in a higher footprint. One of the things that Frontier and LUMI do so well is they were designed from the start as a system, not as piece parts making up the system.”

The recognition of sustainable IT initiatives is happening now more than ever before. By reducing over-provisioning and increasing utilization not only are maintenance and software licensing costs saved, but also power consumption and environmental benefits are accrued, according to Frey.

“We actually had IDC do a survey for us last year, and we asked 500 senior IT executives, ‘Were you implementing sustainable IT programs and why?’” he said. “My guess was initially about 40% of them would say yes, but actually the number was 96%.”

Based on the IDC study, some of the primary drivers of sustainable IT strategies are institutional investors, customers and employers. Therefore, enterprises are being made to adopt environmentally friendly initiatives to retain them, according to Frey.

“The early adopters said they did it to attract and retain institutional investors,” he pointed out. “The digital folks in the middle, about 80% of the total pie, said they are doing it to attract and retain customers. The third reason was to attract and retain employees because the data science, computer science and computer engineering students they’re trying to attract want to work at a company where they directly contribute to sustainable IT programs.”

Here’s the complete video interview, part of SiliconANGLE’s and theCUBE’s coverage of the HPE Discover event:

(* Disclosure: TheCUBE is a paid media partner for HPE Discover. Neither HPE, the sponsor of theCUBE’s event coverage, nor other sponsors have editorial control over content on theCUBE or SiliconANGLE.)

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