New Normal. What are the changes in post-covid-19?

13/07/2020 | News

Novo Normal - What are the changes in post-COVID-19?

Comparisons made between the Covid-19 pandemic and World War II are frequent in terms of the damage caused and in terms of overcoming that damage. Just as the world has witnessed post-war transformations, what changes can we expect in post-Covid-19?

Among the various comparisons made between these two remarkable moments in world history, Antonio Guterres, UN Secretary-General, said that the world will face: “… An economic impact… an unparalleled recession… the most challenging crisis we've faced since World War II” - endorsed consideration by economic statistics carried out in the first months of 2020, worldwide. As disastrous as wars are the microorganisms faced by humanity, such as the black plague (14th century), cholera, tuberculosis, smallpox, yellow fever, measles, malaria and, now, the coronavirus, which have affected and affect populations and health systems. public health.

Wars and epidemics leave consequences that can only be overcome by organized actions, on a large scale, for invariably long periods. In the case of World War II, the trail of destruction was marked by the scarcity of food, housing and transportation; an inclement winter that paralyzed the economy; huge debts, and a series of political plans and deals that redesigned the shape of the world economy. Today, in the face of a technological and globalized scenario, we ask what will be the changes after the Covid-19 pandemic, considered to be the biggest health crisis of all time?

The first responses suggest that authorities, organizations and society unite not only in the fight against the coronavirus, but in the search for experiences that maintain compliance with legal instructions and with a culture of integrity and ethics. Furthermore, being the ‘new normal’ characterized by data center environments and remote access, the responses suggest that organizations adopt risk management and internal controls, associated with risk management practices. compliance, to avoid destabilizing business. Programs of compliance, they are based on administration, risk assessment, codes of conduct, investigations, reporting channels, training, communication, auditing and monitoring, aiming at the development of crisis management. Technology drives these transformations and requires a change in the performance of IT professionals and their CIOs so that they can face the agility of the ‘new normal’, both in large companies that are already computerized and in those of small businesses, without which they will not survive.

The increasing use of artificial intelligence and the need to manage environments and digital devices determine the need for data security and risk prevention, whatever those risks are. technological - equipment failures, illegal access attempts -; legal - content downloads, sabotage or espionage -; natural disasters. In the post-Covid-19 period, the digital economy will demand a functional and reliable infrastructure and technology and information security will have an even greater impact on organizations, which should effect these changes while maintaining a standard of conduct and dialogue with their teams that re-establishes relationships of trust in business and in the market in general.

Allied Market Research data indicates that the risk management market is expected to reach $ 18.5 million by 2026.

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