If we thought that business-driven changes in modern IT architectures were rapid, businesses adapting to COVID-19 showed us that it can also be immediate. Agile businesses will survive the pandemic, antifragile businesses will come out of the same period stronger. Antifragility rates a company’s capability to reacts to “black swans” – events of low probability and high impact, not only to flex without breaking but to take advantage of them and flourish.
Gily Netzer, CMO at Cymulate and Avi Kalo Senior Consultant - Aerospace, Defense & Security, Frost & Sullivan details lessons that can be learned from the perspective of agility and antifragility in security, IT, and the business.
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