7 experts share their personal cybersecurity habits

When it comes to cybersecurity, it is easy to descend into a climate of personal paranoia, cognizant of any potential privacy violations or breaches. In the modern landscape of technology, physical and digital threats are merging and people are increasingly more aware of the tenuous security bubble they live in. Read about the cyber security […]

How enterprises can overcome SaaS’ data fragmentation challenge

Read Darren Peirce’s article about enterprises can avoid SaaS data fragmentation on Beta News. When the Great Recession hit in 2007, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) began to catch the attention of enterprise CIOs as a favorable way to reduce the CAPEX necessary to provide their businesses with world-class IT services, and deliver more predictable OPEX. Fiscal reasoning […]

How CIOs trap themselves by recycling the same talent

Read Jonathan Young explain how CIOs trap themselves by recycling the same talent on Computer Weekly : According to recent Gartner research, talent is the single biggest issue standing in the way of CIOs achieving their objectives. It seems there are still the same gaps and challenges as there were four, five, six and more years […]

How to get fired in 2017: Have a security breach

There are many reasons why IT professionals can be fired, but six out of the top nine are related to security, said a survey released this morning.For example, having a tech investment that leads to a security breach was considered a fireable offense by 39 percent of organizations, according to Osterman Research, which conducted the […]

​Why the CIO should care about Cyber Security

Read why David Gee says that every chief information officer should care about cyber security on CSO Online : In the past Information Security and Risk were not in any measure a key focus areas for the CIO. Today there are multiple risks that every business faces and cyber security is now becoming on the […]

Venture Capital Pioneer Vinod Khosla Says AI Will Lead to Massive Job Displacement

Vinod Khosla is among the world’s most influential venture capitalists. He co-founded Sun Microsystems and served as its CEO before joining Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Mr. Khosla, 61, now runs Khosla Ventures. CIO Journal met with Mr. Khosla at the Structure technology conference in San Francisco on November 8. Read more about the interview […]

The Evolution of the Financial Services CIO Since Y2K

Read Brian Forster take a look at the role of financial services CIO since 2000 till now on Fortinet Blog : The role of the chief information officer (CIO) has undergone substantial changes in less than two decades, progressing from a rare position within an organization to the heart of the executive boardroom. The pace […]

Laptops most often stolen from most unlikely place

Read explain how laptops get stolen most of the times from the most unlikeliest places on CIO : The rise of mobile in the enterprise has led many CIOs to become concerned about the potential for data loss due to a lost or stolen device — phones, laptops and the like lost in taxis, restaurants […]

5 Ways to Become a CIO 2.0

Read Samuel Greengard list out five ways to become the next generation CIO on CIO Insight : The furious rate of business and IT change taking place is creating waves of disruption that couldn’t have been imagined only a few years ago. CIOs are at the center of the storm. Here are five things CIOs […]

The Information Security Leader, Part 1: Two Distinct Roles, Four Fundamental Questions and Three Persistent Challenges

“If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.” This kernel of wisdom comes from a certain high-tech headhunter in the late 1980s, who passed it on as she was helping her candidates prepare for their next job. Twenty years later, it showed up again in “What Got You […]