Digital transformation requires a restructuring of processes, turning organizations more agile, reinforcing standardization and automation, in order to optimize the business processes. Although digitization is not a new phenomenon, challenges and opportunities that are associated are constantly changing. COVID-19 has brought difficult and uncertain times and accelerated the inevitable processes of digital transformation. The challenges involved both the disruption of concepts and technologies, as well as the speed of this digital transformation. A digitally driven way of working can be more efficient for staff as well as customers. The pandemic has shown that working from home can be more effective for individuals, without the cost and time sacrifices attached to commuting. Although there are significant challenges, however, good news is that the opportunities that digital transformation presents are enormous, and will allow organisations to not just survive, but build a sustainable business model that will see them through the new era our society is entering. The conference will address the issue of ensuring information security and dealing with information risks for both individual enterprises and national economies as a whole due to digital transformations. The conference will appeal to both researchers and policy makers whose interests include the development of the digital economy, as well as to managers and professionals who integrate digital solutions into real-world business practice. The capacity of the present conference is to illumine current potential and future possibilities and will make it an inimitable addition to the literature.