Reports of an unparalleled grid “cyber event” caused a stir in power sector and cybersecurity circles. The grid runs everything. Forget how powerful the Grid is. Think how many other vital infrastructure sectors rely on electricity? Yes, it is everything.
While data breaches have been significant in the healthcare industry, it appears that changes are coming where they’re needed most: advancements in medical devices.
How digital transformation is fostering a stronger CFO/CIO relationship With technological advancement revolutionizing how businesses operate and create value, the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (the Association) says greater collaboration between CIOs and CFOs will be key in driving sustainable business performance The way businesses create value has changed significantly in the past few
Most search marketers want the same thing out of their pay-per-click campaigns: driving conversions up and cost per conversion down. Things get a little more complicated when the goal of your PPC spending is to drive calls to your business.
Digital Directorship – Internet of Things 10 Internet of Things Features and Their Successes What makes the human mind different from other living creatures is its ability to feel curious. Feeling inquisitive about how things work and how to make things better is innate to humans. It is a constant pursuit of the human mind
Big data has become more popular in 2018. Whether structured or unstructured, big data is made up of large datasets that can be mined for more information. Given that traditional industries are being disrupted, there is no escaping the impact of big data across the board.
The $96 billion investment bank Goldman Sachs believes bitcoin is the new gold, the premier store of value in the global finance market.
A survey of IT decision makers revealed the main concern around digital transformation success surrounds their ability to integrate legacy technologies with cloud-enabled applications. A close second place was uncertainty around the changing political climate and a lack of talent/skills available to drive projects.
The military is examining whether compromised computer systems were responsible for one of two U.S. Navy destroyer collisions with merchant vessels that occurred in recent months, Vice Adm. Jan Tighe.