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EU practices cyberattack response ability during recent 24-hour event Read more at http://www.tweaktown.com/news/40880/eu-practices-cyberattack-response-ability-during-recent-24-hour-event/index.html
- Michael Hatamoto
02 November 2014
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Companies operating in the European Union (EU) recently held another round of cyberattack simulations, designed to help test cyberattack response ability. The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) used white hat hackers to mock attack 200 companies located in 25 EU nations for a 24-hour period.
Security Will Need Big Insight, Not Just Big Data
- Neill Occhiogrosso
27 October 2014
Read Full Story on http://techcrunch.com/
In looking for new opportunities in security and many other sectors, we look for the echoes of the current IT mega-trends: cloud, mobile, big data. These trends, and especially the interactions between them, are dramatically changing security needs. Add to that the changing profile of would-be hackers — now a frightening mix of international organized crime and employees of enemy governments — and we see the potential for several new solutions that can each be the foundation of one or more successful companies.
Big data trends in 2015 reflect strategic and operational goals
- Mary Shacklett
25 October 2014
Read Full Story on http://www.techrepublic.com/
In 2014, enterprises advanced their big data initiatives by converting plans into working projects and even implementations of big data that have transformed the business. In 2015, these businesses will know much more about big data, and what it can and cannot do. Unsurprisingly, many will create their 2015 budgets based upon what they have learned. I predict the trends for big data in 2015 will be a combination of strategic and operational goals, headlined by the following major areas of focus. Let us know in the discussion what you think will be the hot big data topics in the coming year.
Cost of Cybercrime in U.S. Reaches $12.7 Million per Organization
- Jeff Goldman
22 October 2014
Read Full Story on http://www.esecurityplanet.com/
According to the 2014 Cost of Cyber Crime Study, the average annualized cost of cybercrime has reached $12.7 million in the U.S., a 96 percent increase since the study was launched five years ago. The study, conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by HP Enterprise Security, also found that the time it takes to resolve a cyber attack in the U.S. has increased from 32 days five years ago to 45 days days today, an increase of 33 percent.
84% Of Enterprises See Big Data Analytics Changing Their Industries' Competitive Landscapes In The Next Year
- Louis Columbus
21 October 2014
Read Full Story on http://www.forbes.com/
87% of enterprises believe Big Data analytics will redefine the competitive landscape of their industries within the next three years. 89% believe that companies that do not adopt a Big Data analytics strategy in the next year risk losing market share and momentum.
Big Data And The Death of Passion
- Shellie Karabell
20 October 2014
Read Full Story on http://www.forbes.com/
We live in the “information age” – perhaps too much information – and the consultants are having a field day telling us how to handle it all. “It may not be possible to overstate at this point how important big data analytics could be to the business world…what may look like a revolution is really an evolution,” writes David Meer, a New York-based retail sector partner at Strategy& (formerly Booz & Co, now part of PwC) in the company’s online magazine, Strategy & Business. He calls it “the next frontier of a trend toward greater data-driven decision-making that began with the adoption of mainframe computers for business use in the 1960’s. “ Those, you may remember, were the days of manual typewriters, mimeograph machines, and the Post Office.
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