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The Attack Life Cycle of Cybercrime

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While cyber criminals evolve their tools and techniques to evade detection, trends related to the attack life cycle can help enterprises stay secure.


On average, it takes 205 days for a breach to get noticed, so having as much intel as possible can help mitigate risk. Understand the attack lifecycle of cybercrime to help identify a breach sooner.

Executive Summary: Global Economic Crime Survey

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How can the financial services industry overcome its tendency toward technological conservatism to protect itself against increasingly sophisticated cyber criminals?


This story is an executive summary of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ 2014 Global Economic Crime Survey.



The future of IT, is it “Back to the Future” or “TomorrowLand”

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By: Christian Verstraete, Advisory Services Cloud Application Lead, Hewlett Packard Company


The history of IT has often shown that the more things change, the more they stay the same – even when considering the latest emerging technologies.  It doesn’t have to be that way – and in fact it can’t as IT starts bumping up against some very real limits.


Here’s a look at what the future of IT can look like once we shake off the paradigms of the past.

The Data Governance Challenge

HP20140508039 2.jpgAs enterprises begin to exploit their mountains of data to more precisely target markets, reduce risks, cut costs, or add value in other ways, they bump into the problem of data governance.Typically, information management is left up to individuals and individual business units.


To maximize value from analytics, you must instill order over data gathering and usage.

Can a Wearable Offer a Competitive Edge?

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Sorry, caddies. A golf player’s new best friend just might be his (or her) temperature-regulating shirt. Or swing-detecting wristband. Or sensor-laden gloves.


The PGA tour has become populated with wearables designed to help players perform better. While the purist may scoff at these tech-enabled upgrades, one thing’s for sure: The unique innovations being seen on the course could soon be making their way into your office.

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