CIOs Graeme Thompson and David Chou discuss what it takes to build a reputation as a data-driven organization that customers can trust, and why every business leader needs to understand the importance of data trustworthiness and security. Sponsored by Informatica
Data drives better decision making – but only if everyone across the organization trusts the data enough to use it. CIOs Graeme Thompson and Steven John discuss the secrets to nurturing a data-driven culture. Sponsored by Informatica
Yes, the number of Internet of Things (IoT) sensors attached to everything from smoke detectors to cars is expanding – but what does that really mean for digital organizations who want to cash in on the opportunity? Join us as we dive into the always-fascinating topic of IoT, including a look at what applications are most likely to succeed, what CIOs need to know, and more. Sponsored by IBM
Exclusive IBM and IDG Research shows that the majority of companies surveyed say multi-cloud makes them look at security differently. And many say multi-cloud adds another layer of complexity to the security question. Join us as we address the challenges associated with securing the cloud – in a multi-cloud era – while also driving innovation and digital transformation. Sponsored by IBM
The human factor is one of the more under-played factors when it comes to enterprise IT security. Join us as Bob Bragdon, Senior Vice President and Publisher of CSO, and guest Richard Ford, Chief Scientist at Forcepoint, explore the people-centered components in any IT security strategy, including user behavior, user intent, and data sprawl. Sponsored by: Forcepoint
What do the research surveys show, and how can IT and security leaders put those findings to good use? Join us as Bob Bragdon, Senior Vice President and Publisher of CSO, and guest Richard Ford, Chief Scientist at Forcepoint, explore the key findings from two of IDG's most important security surveys: the 2018 Global State of Information Security survey, and the 2017 US State of Cybercrime survey. Sponsored by: Forcepoint
Today's CIOs and CISOs typically share oversight of IT enterprise security - but how do their roles and responsibilities really break out? What's the correct reporting structure? And how can both professionals build a collaborative relationship that both protects the business and helps deliver on business objectives? Join us as we discuss this and other issues with special guest Limor Kessem, Executive Security Advisor at IBM.
Join us as Bob Bragdon, Senior Vice President and Publisher of CSO, and guest Richard Ford, Chief Scientist at Forcepoint, explore such topics as: structural weaknesses in the IT infrastructure, the dissolving network perimeter, a new definition of insider threat, the growing number and variety of cyber threats/attacks, and more. Sponsored by: Forcepoint
Today's security professionals face many challenges in trying to secure the enterprise. Join us as we discuss how CIOs and CSOs can get their hands around the varying issues. Special guest Limor Kessem, Executive Security Advisor, IBM.
The Chicago Cubs are using big data to transform all aspects of their business, from improving fan experiences to optimizing operations. Hear what CIOs in any industry can learn from the data-savvy disruptors of America's Pastime. Special guest: Andrew McIntyre, VP Technology, Chicago Cubs. Sponsored by Informatica
From strategic vision down to a nitty-gritty roadmap, CIOs need a plan for digital transformation that is geared to create the best environment for the business to succeed. Informatica execs Graeme Thompson and Kevin Fleet discuss the right approach, the challenges, and the ideal end state. Sponsored by Informatica
In a Software World, Hardware Does Matter — From Security to Productivity Hardware matters. From productivity to security to innovation, make sure your machines can keep up. Intel’s Sarah Wieskus joins The End Point Imperative: A Podcast series from Intel to discuss the importance of stable, optimized hardware in today’s digital world.
Workplace expectations are changing, and along with them, the devices we use to do our jobs. Tune into The End Point Imperative: A Podcast series from Intel to hear from Intel’s Sarah Wieskus on how Intel is driving better UX, performance while continuing to driving enhanced security and manageability.
Digital Transformation is the No 1 priority for organizations large and small. It’s imperative that IT remove any obstacles to digital transformation success – including outdated PCs and mobile devices. Intel’s Kaitlin Murphy has some pointers to assure that your PC fleet and mobile devices are not your Digital Transformation Stumbling Blocks.