This article from HelpNetSecurity (careful of some ads) highlights a recent study from Trend Micro that indicated there are still hurdles in the way of integrating security into business processes. This really shines a light on business not taking security seriously and feeling the impacts from it.
Credit card processing is vital to so many businesses, yet wrought with tedious details, requirements, and contradictory information that drains the souls of CFOs and Controllers worldwide. We’ll examine the myths and facts of this seemingly complex world to help you identify key opportunities for greater efficiencies and lower processing fees.
In this CIO Drive article, Samantha Schwartz outlines the key areas to focus on when presenting security issues to the C-Suite. While presenting this information to the C-Suite is important, many times this presentation lacks information on the impact on the bottom line. This doesn’t translate well when threat levels need to be acted upon in different ways.
Read what Andy Wu of the Harvard Business school thinks about Hackathons – not only do devs – and others – learn new technologies, tech companies have the opportunity to show off their platforms.
With many companies leveraging cloud services today, many take cloud security for granted. Ransomeware, data hacking, and more are becoming more sophisticated, so it’s important to have good DLP policies in place.
In this insightful article , Eide Bailly explains how to find value in your data and the importance of bringing meaning through a narrative, context and visualization.
Learn the best practices and tips for password safety by Security Intelligence and see why eight characters doesn’t cut it anymore.
Not every organization is facing digital transformation from the same starting line; it is important to evaluate internally and strategize the next steps.
In this article by the Cyber Wire, the importance of teaching cyber security and privacy to this generation of digital users both in the classroom and community is shared to ensure data security needs continue to be met.
As ransomware attacks increase in frequency and complexity, businesses need to be on the lookout. Often, data breaches are due to basic and avoidable cybersecurity gaps. Learn how to address existing cybersecurity concerns and respond quicker and more thoroughly against these evolving threats.
This BizTech article by Doug Bonderud addresses multiple areas of cloud encryption that you need to be cognizant of in your cloud strategy. Some take cloud security for granted based on assumptions, but making sure your data is secure from end to end is vital.
Read a blog post from January 2021 about Google’s alternative to third-party cookies, FLoC (Federated Learning of Cohorts), which will be open for advertiser testing in Q2 2021. Learn how FLoC will protect the privacy of users while providing advertisers with needed attribution data.
Curious about how Hackathons can benefit our society? Check out this blog post on Charitynavigator.org for a quick intro! Charity Navigator is one of the larger and more trusted non-profit assessment organizations in the U.S. PC World says, “Consider it [Charity Navigator] the Consumer Reports of the nonprofit world.”
A newbie’s guide to collaborative coding in hackathons – not only are they fun, but there are also many practical perks to participating in these programming projects.
In this article (a few ads), Jody Medich outlines edge computing means to the success of IoT (Internet of Things). Typically, “edge” computing still had some reliance on the cloud, but further advances in machine learning (ML) make it possible for IoT devices to process data in areas without internet connectivity. Couple this with AI, and even more gaps are filled.
This webinar outlines the latest from the Microsoft D365 support team. You’ll learn about Finance and Supply Chain data in the Common Data Service (CDS), and about new entities and how to work with them.
In this article by CIO Magazine, learn about new tools that provide opportunities to make data science a less daunting task.
Digital transformation continues to play a key role throughout the commercial real estate industry. In this piece, learn about the four tech trends expected to accelerate Commercial Real Estate (CRE) in 2021 and beyond.
These organizations need talented data scientists, data engineers, and machine learning/AI engineers to turn that potential into real opportunities. Data scientists, on the other hand, can learn a lot and hone their skills by working at big companies that have the infrastructure to build AI factories that turn data into real-world success.
Cybersecurity is set to change rapidly, with immense growth in spending across all sectors. The following twelve cybersecurity predictions for 2021 show the rising challenges and opportunities for the near future.