With the advent of machine learning, big data, and natural language processing, businesses can—and must—harness big data analytics to assess leader performance.
After relying on AI to help narrow down prospective employees for us, it’s up to recruiters to make sure candidates live up to their potential.
Most businesses today are still mired in the “silos-and-spaghetti” phase: a patchwork of antiquated systems that don’t work well together, with IT managers trying to respond to current demands.
CEOs can lead management in preparing for and reducing the risk of cyberattacks across all lines of business, potentially affecting their customers, partners, shareholders, staff and company reputation.
Brenda Lee at 73 has sung her plaintiff ballad “I’m Sorry” since she was 16 years old as part of her act. Mark Zuckerberg has a similar act, but don’t confuse it with contrition.
Today’s business landscape requires organizations to be increasingly dependent on the strength of their cybersecurity teams, and understanding how to hire a legitimate expert in the field is critical.
CEOs who can understand and identify the potential of machine learning could significantly increase their revenues or decrease their costs.
In part 2 of our 2-part interview, Chief Executive caught up with Michael Chertoff to talk about what CEOs are missing when it comes to to cybersecurity.
The leadership of Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg are failing to face facts, instead preferring to live in a world of fiction.
Midsize and smaller companies with tight resources to invest in a chief information security officer and trained IT security staff are most at risk to IoT-related threats.