Inside a heavily secured data center are rows upon rows of servers that are kept behind locked cages. (MediaNews Group/The Mercury News via Getty Images / Contributor)

Digital transformation can bring new capabilities. But it can also introduce vulnerabilities, requiring security leaders to redefine the “boundaries of trust,” says the global chief information security officer at Box.

Lakshmi Hanpal, who previously worked for SAP, Ariba, PayPal and Bank of America, will address that delicate balance between digital enablement and increased risk during a Sept. 16 fireside chat with SC Media Editor-in-Chief Jill Aitoro at RiskSec DIGITAL 2020.

Beyond the standard considerations that digital transformation bring – whether to bake in or bolt on security, for example – Hanpal will address the new normal that corporations face beyond 2020 and COVID-19, during the 30-minute session, “Digital Transformation: When Technical Debt Comes Due.”

Hanspel, an SC Media 2019 Women in Security honoree, has advised several Silicon Valley startups and serves on the advisory boards of numerous cloud companies. The Box cloud content management platform is used by 97,000 companies and 68 percent of the Fortune 500 to accelerate business processes, power workplace collaboration and protect valuable information.