Without data, you're just another person with an opinion.
—W. Edwards Deming, Data scientist »
Regardless of the exact costs of a data breach, what can organizations do to protect themselves, their customers and their stakeholders? Here are four essential steps to effective data loss prevention.
Today’s data security threats are much harder to evaluate. They span multiple machines, may run for weeks or months, and may cross multiple accounts and identities.
Now the challenges are more about data access, movement, security and governance as enterprises struggle to get the right data to the right people in the right form -- in time to make a measurable difference.
When you are a CEO of a global company you get a front row seat to what makes some organizations so successful with data and you are humbled by the fact that it is not just about a technology.
In my experience, some of the most talented analytics professionals I’ve managed were ones that had intimate knowledge of the system limitations required to meet customer needs.
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