Generative AI’s rapid rise makes it imperative for security teams to establish policy frameworks and guardrails in order to mitigate risk.
The latest Growth Swarm podcast covers cybersecurity as a business enabler from the CEO perspective, the CMO perspective, and the industry perspective.
The release of Microsoft’s Security Copilot is only the beginning of generative AI use cases for cybersecurity tooling, says Chris Hughes.
Chris Hughes explains what this synergy means for businesses as they continue to move to the cloud and accumulate data to drive business decisions and outcomes.
ChatGPT may be getting a lot of attention, but generative AI-powered deepfakes have been around for a while, and security teams can’t forget this riskier side of the technology, says Rob Wood.
Microsoft’s updates to its Azure AI Services for Health and Healthcare Cloud, set to be previewed at the HIMSS conference this week, signal a transformative leap forward.
A self-service data access model is key to enabling a business to take advantage of valuable information, but it must be implemented in a fashion that ensures fundamental security controls.
In this Digital CIO Summit Moment, excerpted from a session on ethical AI, Workday’s Shane Luke discusses his company’s approach to AI implementation and regulation.
Knowledge is power, and in the world of cybersecurity, the threat intelligence lifecycle is key to unlocking that power.
Data quality impacts decision-making, efficiency, productivity, and customer experience; all business leaders must assign it a high priority.
End users with little to no IT background can learn data engineering and data science with the help of low-code/no-code platforms, but they must understand foundational aspects of the fields to avoid creating messy situations.
John Granger, SVP, IBM Consulting, explains how automating business processes can deliver beneficial outcomes and create opportunities.
The big change of zero trust can be intimidating to some, but security leaders can tailor their communication to make the shift more palatable.
Business leaders today need to consider the risk of not keeping pace with modernizing their businesses. Tony Uphoff explains why.
Small- and medium-sized businesses can stay current on the latest threats and detect and prevent attacks with tailored threat intelligence data by leveraging open-source platforms, tools, and communities.
As a business leader today, your success relies on accurate data, real-time analytics, and actionable intelligence. Here are the tools to help you.
This Playlist highlights how CFOs have evolved, taking on a pivotal responsibility for all aspects of the business by utilizing automation to fuel collaboration and innovation with their c-suite peers.
Janet Schijns talks about managed service providers and how they can reduce your costs while providing advanced IT skills.
Security teams can assist with financial automation projects that often require third-party tools. Rob Wood has some tips on how to select them.
ESG data can be used to support sustainability in healthcare, but it’s not without its challenges and opportunities for C-suite leaders.