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Cisco EnergyWise suite vulnerable to Denial of Service attack
- Pierluigi Paganini
15 August 2014
Read Full Story on http://securityaffairs.co/
Researchers at BlackHat discovered a Denial of Service Vulnerability in Cisco IOS Software and Cisco IOS XE Software EnergyWise. Researchers from ERNW GMBH revealed that misconfigurations and vulnerabilities in Cisco’s EnergyWise suite could be exploited by attackers to cause huge blackouts. The team has presented the results of their study during the last Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, they discussed about possible abuse of the protocol used by Cisco EnergyWise
How Big Data Can Mean Big Money — or Big Losses
- MARCO VISIBELLI
15 August 2014
Read Full Story on http://innovationinsights.wired.com/
Big Data is enjoying a big moment in the sun. But who stands to benefit most from this technology — and how? After working to implement early Big Data projects in industries like telecommunications and investment banking over the last decade, I have concluded this emerging technology can best be harnessed to gain a more precise understanding of complex systems like stock markets and supply chains. (It’s not surprising that investment banks, in particular, have been amongst the first to adopt Big Data analytics. After all, executives whose business is making money are usually keenest to use technology to save and create wealth.)
There’s big bucks in Big Data, but will we be left poorer for it?
- MIKE WHEATLEY
15 August 2014
Read Full Story on http://siliconangle.com/
We see stories about how Big Data’s potential to change the world almost every day, especially where big business is concerned. But few people discussed the negatives it could have, such as its potential to disrupt the academic world in a way that could harm us all.
If You Think Big Data’s Big Now, Just Wait
- Ron Miller
11 August 2014
Read Full Story on http://techcrunch.com/
We’ve been hearing a great deal about the power of Big Data over the last couple of years. The hype says that as we gather more data, we will be able to get better answers to business problems, but the data levels we have seen so far could pale in comparison to what happens when we start adding sensors to the world. When everything from jet engines to soft drink vending machines to car seats have sensors in them, we will see an explosion of data the likes of which we’ve never seen before, and everything else that came before will seem, well, small.
Unleash Your Email Marketing Creativity with Big Data
- Phil Davis
11 August 2014
Read Full Story on http://www.business2community.com/
Are you right-brained or left-brained? Do you base your marketing on intuition or numbers? Creativity or data? Most marketers would say the former; big data can be a little scary when not relegated to the data scientists. However, the truth of the matter is there are a variety of ways even the most right-brained email marketers can benefit from big data; as more and more data becomes available to marketers, increasingly, creativity and data are going hand-in-hand. Read more at http://www.business2community.com/email-marketing/unleash-email-marketing-creativity-big-data-0970049#fS8q0yGVYvcXM8RZ.99
Why Big Data Isn’t Enough: Tomorrow’s Technology Will Be Built Around Workflows
- IMRAN QURESHI
23 July 2014
Read Full Story on http://innovationinsights.wire0d.com/
Big data is all the rage. Everywhere you turn it seems companies are discussing new and different ways to analyze data. The problem? There is an initial euphoria, usually after a large initial investment, when some insights are found. However, companies have a hard time changing their workers’ daily workflow to make meaningful improvements based on these insights. As a result the benefits of big data remains confined to board rooms where executives get increasingly frustrated that despite meeting after meeting their key measures don’t improve.
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