With its acquisition of data and policy governance leader Okera, Databricks validates its focus on leveraging AI tech for data management and governance.
In this special interview, Aaron Back speaks with Kenny Mullican about the top trends and takeaways from last week’s IBM Think 2023 event in Orlando.
Establishing a strong working relationship between the CISO and the CIO is crucial for the overall success and security of a company, writes Kenny Mullican.
Chris Hughes reviews a new CISA publication, which explains why cybersecurity risk must be moved away from consumers to “secure by default” products.
There is real strategic value in looking at how threats are evolving and how that relates to the strategic plan, writes Robert Wood.
Since the healthcare industry manages sensitive patient data and more, responsible AI frameworks are essential to integrating this technology.
The 4 Ps Framework helps CIOs prioritize, patch, polish, and perfect their way into picking the right IT systems, processes, and data sources.
The latest Growth Swarm podcast covers cybersecurity as a business enabler from the CEO perspective, the CMO perspective, and the industry perspective.
Knowledge is power, and in the world of cybersecurity, the threat intelligence lifecycle is key to unlocking that power.
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.
Aimed at business decision-makers, this guide covers the steps needed to put an effective data governance policy in place.
Frameworks like those from ISO and NIST help with data governance, says Rob Wood, recommending how to choose and implement a framework.
By using AI frameworks, companies can ensure transparency, compliance, and more, which will lead to building customer trust in AI systems.
Environmental, social, and governance frameworks are on the rise, and they must be crafted with enough security considerations to ward off increased cyber threats.
Rob Wood looks at why pinpointing the right data, and reaching consensus between data and security teams on that data, is critical for reducing risk.
In the latest Growth Swarm podcast, John Siefert, Bob Evans, Tony Uphoff, and Scott Vaughan discuss generative AI’s potential effect on today’s advertising-driven, attention-based economy.
Effective zero trust requires a comprehensive understanding of the organization’s security landscape, a risk-based approach, and a commitment to continuous improvement. Learn how to manage the journey.
The zero trust security framework can protect sensitive data from evolving cyber threats, says Frank Domizio.
Frank Domizio explains why cybersecurity professionals must continuously be on the lookout for ways in which the zero trust security model could become vulnerable to ever-evolving attackers.
Bill Doerrfeld explains reveals why old-fashioned compliance practices can’t guarantee successful outcomes; real-time data and automation can help.