Cyber security is failing society.The unsustainable level of cyber-crime, cyber espionage, and cyber war is a serious issue with the potential to drastically impact the fabric of our society. Many disagree on the magnitude of the problem, but not that it is a serious problem.
In some areas cyber security is not taken seriously enough, while in others, leaders don’t know what to do. We - as cyber security leaders - are partially to blame. Boards and senior leaders are being told to pay attention to cyber security and they would like to, but they have a limited understanding. Senior leaders think strategically and we need to think and communicate strategically. Mos
Smart appliances that communicate with each other and share information using the internet are already available. Indeed, the Internet of things has featured on lists of game-changing technologies for years, and is arguably one of the most hyped tech innovations around. Experts believe the next big wave of technology lies within the Internet of Things, which refers to things that connect to the Internet like TVs, refrigerators, garage doors and even cars that collect data about the way we liv
Improvement in our health system is sorely needed and analytics may be one of our biggest opportunities to shape the future. Other industries have leveraged sophisticated data tools and techniques to not only improve but completely disrupt standards and best practices. Modernizing clinical registries may be the most likely place to start as this long standing instrument has bridged information gaps across providers for many years. With registries we can quickly channel new tech