As organizations all over the world adjust to the DevOps movement, they look to industry experts for advice. For several years, I have been advising organizations on how to collaborate not just within IT, but also across the entire enterprise.
Safeguarding patient healthcare information is critical. It’s never a question of if an attack will happen, but when. As the CISO of medical testing giant LabCorp, Jim Nelms has some clear ideas about how to approach this challenge.
Not so long ago, it was standard industry practice to secure an organisation’s infrastructure with tightly controlled endpoints, firewalls, anti-virus solutions, IPS and IDS systems. This worked well for a time, but then times changed.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The General Data Protection Regulation marks the biggest change to European privacy laws in two decades. We discuss GDPR business implications and best practices for compliance. Special guest: Steve Durbin, managing director of the UK’s Information Security Forum.
Data is driving the modern enterprise, and healthcare is no different—especially as medicine becomes more personalized. AbbVie CIO Michael Carlin explains how this is changing his company and the world of healthcare.
As the roles of IT executives continue to grow in complexity, the expectation is that they are partners in transforming the enterprise; can handle data privacy and security to protect the enterprise; and will strike the balance between innovation at market speed and governance. That is a tall order.