DT Alert: Lies, Damn Lies & Unverified Data
Feb15

DT Alert: Lies, Damn Lies & Unverified Data

Digital transformation — AKA DT or Industry 4.0 — is changing everything, but even if your company succeeds, and such success is rare, the veracity of your data will make or break you. In the emerging data-driven economy where trust is essential, there is too-little focus being placed on the accuracy of that data, said Michael Biltz, Managing Director for Accenture Technology Vision and Accenture Technology Labs. He told IT Trends...

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DT Success Is… Elusive
Dec21

DT Success Is… Elusive

Everybody needs it. Most everybody is trying to achieve it. And the majority of those who try fail to realize its benefits. It is digital transformation — AKA DT, DX or Industry 4.0 — the multi-trillion-dollar business phenomenon enabled by cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), big data and analytics (BDA), mobility, social media and security that is reshaping everything for the foreseeable future. Succeeding at DT is...

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Enterprise(s)… Need Formal Incident Response Programs

Like BC/DR (business continuity/disaster recovery), large organizations will need adequate resources, skills, and technologies to get their IR programs right. This may require help from service providers like Accenture, Booz Allen, E&Y, HP, IBM and Sungard, or SaaS providers like Co3 offering software that can help organizations track IR processes, workflow, project plans, etc. Given the insidious threat landscape and current...

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Enterprise CISO Challenges In 2014

I’m sure lots of CISOs spent this week meeting with their teams, reviewing their 2013 performance, and solidifying plans for 2014.  Good idea from my perspective. The CISOs I’ve spoken with recently know exactly what they have to do but aren’t nearly as certain about how to do it. At a high level, here’s what I’m hearing around CISO goals and the associated challenges ahead this year: To read the complete article, CLICK...

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New Year’s Forecast For The Info Security Industry: Part 1

I hope my cybersecurity colleagues enjoyed their holiday these past few weeks. It was surely well deserved as the year 2013 will be remembered as a whirlwind of activity featuring successful IPOs and scary security incidents. Given this, it’s likely that security professionals spent the last few weeks with one eye on family and holidays and another on emerging details about the massive breach at Target. So what’s in store for the...

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