Busy executives that need to make vital business or investment decisions don’t want to wait for days or weeks for an answer to a question they put to analysts or receive incomplete information or analysis with spurious results. Fortunately, analysts today can access cloud-based data services that
According to a 2015 survey of 500 banking and finance executives, cybersecurity and fraud top the agendas of 80 percent of institutions—yet only 56 percent of executives believe that their own organizations have a handle on fraud threats. Counter fraud experts Wilson Davis and David Dixon, authors
Insight 2015 has been a one-of-a-kind experience, treating attendees to an in-depth look at how cloud technology can drive continuous innovation in their industries. Hybrid solutions are the order of the day in data management, and Insight attendees are leading the way.
Data breaches are increasingly common, but your organization doesn’t have to be a victim. Discover how IBM i2 Enterprise Insight Analysis can help you proactively identify threats and combat the attackers who lie behind them.
Cyber criminals pose a significant threat to the public sector. Discover how cyber threat analysis can help you uncover the clues that cyber criminals leave behind, helping cyber intelligence analysts counter and mitigate new threats as they arise.
In a world of data insecurity, let no data breach pass without learning the lessons it has to offer. The data breach of Office of Personnel Management records teaches us three lessons, each vital for data security in organizations of all kinds.
As business operations move increasingly to the cloud, the security of cloud-based data is becoming a key global business concern. IBM Performance Management on Cloud solutions elevate security as a critical advantage of their integrated, streamlined service.
IBM Cloud solutions for Finance offer more than just rapid, cost-effective deployment. Companies are turning to IBM Cloud for its software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, which provide critical competitive advantages to enhance organizational performance, revenue and growth.
Identifying and preventing fraud is a daunting task for anyone. But what happens when the criminals seem to be getting smarter every day? Learn what Annie Analytics recommends for those in search of some peace of mind.
Without doubt, cloud-based data presents a wealth of potential information for organizations seeking to build and maintain competitive advantage in their industries. To fully realize the benefits of the cloud, organizations need to have a good hybrid information governance model in place. A key
The increasing number of hacks reported in the news every day is chilling. What can public and private organizations do to protect themselves and the people they serve from relentless cyber threats? Take comfort that big data and analytics are on the case in innovative, intelligent ways.
Malware, in and of itself, is not malicious; the cybercriminal behind the malicious code is the real culprit. Learn why a strategic, investigative shift in focus on both the cyberattack and the nefarious organizations behind them is necessary in today’s cyberwarfare engagement.
Among all the data-related opportunities and concerns of this year, one that is demanding increased attention is information governance. Governance is a concern because the growing business appetite for insights puts pressure on systems to deliver data rapidly, whether it is well-governed or not.
In an environment where lack of trust is common, the data warehouse challenge is not just finding the best warehouse technology, but also determining how to create a warehouse that instills confidence among the business users who receive the output of analysis.
I was invited to attend IBM Interconnect 2015, which made its debut this year. Understanding this is a combination of three smaller conferences (Pulse, Innovate and Impact) I was left to wonder what the main focus of the week would be, and how it would all fit together. The conference organizers