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4 Steps to Ensure Robotic Process Automation Security

Everyone thinks about ROI and payback period when they consider RPA solutions. Everyone wants to have their bots deployed as quickly as possible. And especially for companies who are new to RPA, issues like governance and cybersecurity tend to be much lower on their priority list.

But this shouldn't be the case. While RPA is a powerful tool for boosting productivity and optimizing costs, neglecting security might bring about breaches that cost your organization far more than the time and cost savings of your automation—so you should definitely pay attention to security.

The following is a list of the top 10 security risks that anyone implementing RPA should be aware of:

  1. Poor governance of RPA

  2. Inefficient implementation of RPA

  3. Gaps in Identity and Access Management (IAM) controls

  4. Lack of Business Continuity preparedness

  5. Inadequate change management

  6. Inadequate vulnerability management

  7. Inconsistency of results produced by RPA

  8. Regulatory non-compliance

  9. Reputational damage

  10. Insufficient data protection

Here are 4 simple steps you can start taking to ensure Robotic Process Automation security. Have a look!


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