Forbes: What Are The Newest Cyber Security Trends?


The magnitude of change that enterprise IT is going through (architecture, cloud infra and SaaS) brings for security models is vastly underestimated. There is an entire generation of multi-billion dollar security companies that have a largely on-premise business not particularly relevant to the cloud/hybrid more

Forbes: Zero Trust: The Modern Approach To Cybersecurity


Security strategy begins with an attitude: Never trust, always verify. The conventional notion of the enterprise perimeter—imagining it as one big bubble to be protected—is now thoroughly outdated in a world where infiltration can be accomplished via a staggering number of devices and applications, either already in the network or soon to join more

Forbes: Zero Trust: The Modern Approach To Cybersecurity


Security strategy begins with an attitude: Never trust, always verify. The conventional notion of the enterprise perimeter—imagining it as one big bubble to be protected—is now thoroughly outdated in a world where infiltration can be accomplished via a staggering number of devices and applications, either already in the network or soon to join more

Forbes: Is The Future Of Artificial Intelligence Tied To The Future Of Blockchain?


Since the beginning of modern times, each industrial revolution was driven by different automation. While factory machines and fossil fuels drove the previous industrial revolutions, the on-going automation revolution is based on data-driven artificial intelligence (AI). Understanding its impact and what will be required to support the AI-driven automation revolution is a fundamental necessityread more

Forbes: Behavioral Biometrics Is The Future Of User Authentication


In 2019, most people are a lot more accepting of the fact that most of what we do in life isn’t private. Because of the sheer volume of data breaches and exposure, we’re finally starting to understand just how vulnerable we are to technology if we don’t use technology, in turn, to protect ourselvesread more

Forbes: 11 Tips For Boosting Cybersecurity When You Have Remote Workers


In today’s tech-driven business world, more and more companies are hiring partially or wholly remote workforces. Workers across the globe can collaborate with others, sharing skills and expertise in a real team, no matter where they’re located. However, since not every employee is sitting in the same place on the same network, you can’t always keep a close eye on everyone’s device security. read more

Forbes: OK, Zero Trust Is An RSA Buzzword -- So What?


Last week was the annual RSA Conference. Estimates are that more than 45,000 security personnel, business professionals, and leaders attended the event, up from 35,000 last year. Regardless of the numbers, it was an epic display of how prevalent cybersecurity has more

Forbes: Prognosis For Health Care IoT: Six Predictions For 2019


There will be an estimated 14.2 billion connected devices in use this year, and roughly 161 million devices will be cropping up in hospitals, clinics and medical offices by 2020. While security issues with any connected device are concerning, they are particularly troubling for an industry that has such a direct impact on patient safety and lives. read more

Forbes: How Blockchain Can Drive Finance And Audit Performance


In 2017, bitcoin, a cryptocurrency based on blockchain, skyrocketed in value and caught the eye of executives around the globe. While most of us have focused on the currency aspect, it’s no secret that blockchain, a distributed ledger technology, could see its most effective and widespread application in the corporate world, specifically in more

Forbes: AI Will Add $15 Trillion To The World Economy By 2030


Artificial intelligence is no longer the stuff of science fiction. The technology is already disrupting multiple industries, many of which impact you on a daily basis. Own an iPhone X? Its facial recognition system is powered by AI. Ever been redirected by Google Maps because of an accident or construction ahead? You guessed it: more

Forbes: Can Oil Companies Grow - and Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions?


Are oil executives in denial? It’s quite a conundrum. A diverse suite of stakeholders is increasingly agitating for a strategy and action for the energy transition, and a target-driven reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. Yet most companies plan to increase exposure to oil and gas productionread more

Forbes: How Industry Leaders Should Think About Cybersecurity


It’s no surprise that when businesses experience data breaches, they are subject to severe penalties. Keeping information available, confidential and integral is the everlasting guiding principle to good cybersecurity. The core principles remain the same, but the threat landscape is constantly changing and deserves continual more

Forbes: Artificial Intelligence Success Comes Through Growth, Not Labour Savings


It's encouraging that the companies that are taking an early lead with artificial intelligence- they don't see it as just labor-saving technology, rather they see it as a way to grow, to better serve customers and provide a superior experience. This is one of the findings from a recent study by MIT Sloan Management Review and BCG, which looked at the state of AI -- and motivations for moving forward with more

Forbes: What Is Deep Learning AI? A Simple Guide With 8 Practical Examples


There’s a lot of conversation lately about all the possibilities of machines learning to do things humans currently do in our factories, warehouses, offices and homes. While the technology is evolving—quickly—along with fears and excitement, terms such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning may leave you perplexedread more

PA Consulting Group: Arm: Getting into shape for growth by switching to Agile working


Technology business Arm has ambitious plans for growth. Named one of Europe’s most innovative companies by Forbes magazine, they design the microchips found in 90 per cent of all mobile devices. To achieve their goals they need an IT organisation that can deliver new projects quickly and reliably. They asked us to help transform their existing IT function. They wanted to replace their traditional project management culture with an Agile approach – and prioritise collaboration and creating more

Gartner: LightStep Named a Cool Vendor in Performance Analysis; Analytics and Containers by Gartner


LightStep, the leading provider of application performance management for organizations adopting microservices, today announced that it has been recognized in the “Cool Vendors in Performance Analysis; Analytics and Containers”[1] report by Gartner, Inc. In addition, last week LightStep was named one of the 20 Rising Stars as part of the Forbes 2018 Cloud 100 list, the definitive list of the top 100 private cloud companies in the more