Contributors

Data Science “Paint by the Numbers” with the Hypothesis Development Canvas

By Bill Schmarzo / October 26, 2018

When I was a kid, I use to love “Paint by the Numbers” sets.  Makes anyone who can paint or color between the lines a Rembrandt or Leonardo da Vinci (we can talk later about the long-term impact of forcing kids

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October 2018 Netskope Cloud Report

By CloudTweaks / October 25, 2018

With the increased adoption of public cloud infrastructure services like AWS in the enterprise, there’s also a growing need for clear identity and access policies to ensure sensitive enterprise data is secure. While many organizations have controls around cloud services

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Four Puzzling Issues of Identity Authentication

By Hitoshi Kokumai / October 24, 2018

Four Puzzling Issues of Identity Authentication – Takeaways from Consumer Identity World USA 2018 – Introduction The so-called password-less authentication, if implemented literally, would lead us to a world where we are deprived of the chances and means to get

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Breached Data

No Google+? No Problem

By Daniel Matthews / October 18, 2018

No doubt you heard about the death of Google+? The reports of the death of Google+ are not exaggerated. But it’s an exaggeration to say that Google shut it down because of a data breach. Rather, Google shut it down

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How Norway’s Fatland beat back ransomware thanks to a rapid backup and recovery data protection stack

By Dana Gardner / October 17, 2018

The next BriefingsDirect strategic storage and business continuity case study discussion explores how Norway’s venerable meat processing business, Fatland, relied on rapid backup and recovery solutions to successfully defended against a nasty ransomware attack. The comprehensive backup and recovery stack allowed Fatland’s production processing systems to snap

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Infosec thought leaders

How a Connection Broker Manages Complexity and Remote Access in Hyperconverged and Hybrid Environments

By Karen Gondoly / October 16, 2018

Remote Access in Hyperconverged and Hybrid Environments Consolidating desktop workloads in the datacenter using hyperconverged infrastructure and virtualization optimizes resources, reduces power consumption, and saves money. However, managing the complexity of a consolidated datacenter, along with public cloud resources, presents

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Apcela

After the SD-WAN: leveraging data and AI to optimize network operations

By Mark Casey / October 15, 2018

AI to Optimize Network Operations Increasing numbers of companies have implemented SD-WAN technology, thanks to benefits like higher performance, lower cost, and greater business agility compared to WAN services built on MPLS. But industry experts note that there can be

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How AI Revolutionizes the Industrial Sector

By Ronald van Loon / October 11, 2018

Breakneck speed, unprecedented development and unhindered feasibility are just some of the phrases attached to the spread of Artificial Intelligence across various industries. AI today is at an important junction with huge potential for market growth. Currently valued at around

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Protect Your Small Business

Why Nonprofits Might Be at Higher Risk for Cyberattacks

By Kayla Matthews / October 10, 2018

Cyberattacks On Nonprofits Today’s society is one where any organization operating online is theoretically at risk for cyberattacks. Such incidents could tarnish reputations, result in profit and data losses and even get so severe that they force the attacked organizations

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Predict ► Prescribe ► Prevent Analytics Value Cycle

By Bill Schmarzo / October 10, 2018

Predict ► Prescribe ► Prevent Organizations looking for justification to move beyond legacy reporting, should review this little ditty from the healthcare industry: The Institute of Medicine (IOM) estimates that the United States loses $750 billion annually to medical fraud,

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