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Why Companies Must Share Cyber-Threat Intelligence

If it seems as if the cyber-security landscape just keeps getting more threatening, you're not imagining things. For example, in February, Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center in Los Angeles paid 40 bitcoins—about $17,000—to unlock its computer systems after a ransomware attack shut down its IT systems for nearly two weeks. How can organizations prepare for and respond to... Read More >


Finding Value and Concern in the Digital Economy

The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium focused on "Thriving in the Digital Economy," with topics ranging from the gig economy to big data to the IoT and security. Read More >


Weak Security Practices Endanger Enterprises

Over the last few years, cyber-security vulnerabilities and threats have grown rapidly, and addressing them has become infinitely more complex. At this point, it is obvious that it's not a question of whether a breach will occur, but when. Inboxes, Web pages, databases and more are all under heavy assault. Worse, a breach has growing economic consequences for companies large and small. It can... Read More >


Cyber-Security Is Business' Business

The main force for American cyber-defense, according to General Michael Hayden, has to be the private sector, with the government acting in a supporting role. Read More >


How the Hybrid Cloud Fuels a Competitive Edge

Most organizations are using a blend of traditional infrastructure and the cloud, and the ones that excel in maximizing these approaches are gaining significant advantages in cost savings, increased productivity and other ROI drivers, according to a recent survey from IBM. The accompanying report, "Growing Up Hybrid: Accelerating Digital Transformation," distinguishes companies into categories of... Read More >


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