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The pandemic forced accelerated transformation and midsize companies now have a tremendous opportunity to ride that momentum and secure market expansion opportunities—but that means taking some uncomfortable risks.
It’s up to each business leader to decide whether to play offense or defense—whether to take accountability, or be held to account.
The surprising findings are part of a new initiative from Chief Executive to help the nation’s C-Suites become better digital leaders.
Digital procurement technology is enabling Rolls-Royce to analyze contracts, supplier performance and risk data in real time.
There is no easy solution, and every option comes with trade-offs and requires investment. But the alternative is to fall further behind the competition as IT talent flows elsewhere.
CEOs, and their CIOs, shouldn't base their cyber defense strategy on potential government action, but rather take proactive steps to address any potential weaknesses in their networks and to limit the fallout from a successful attack.
Layering A.I. on top of today’s resume screens not only exacerbates the pedigree bias problem, but also creates a black box around the vetting process by obfuscating the bias. Here's how to fix that.
In the wake of the Colonial Pipeline attack, what should you ask your CISO? Scott Howitt, CIO for cybersecurity giant McAfee, offers tips.