Tag Archives: information management

Should the Chief Privacy Officer and Chief Information Security Officer Roles Merge?

Should the Chief Privacy Officer and Chief Information Security Officer Roles Merge?

The annual Privacy Security and Risk Conference, which is put on by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), used to be attended almost exclusively by privacy professionals. But over the last few years, I have seen an increasing number of security and IT professionals in attendance.

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Re:Invent Shows Amazon Is Accelerating Its Efforts in AI

Re:Invent Shows Amazon Is Accelerating Its Efforts in AI

Elvis and Las Vegas go hand in hand and in that area, as in many others, AWS re:Invent delivered. Now a bellwether for the tech industry, AWS re:Invent 2018 drew over 50,000 customers, partners and analysts to Las Vegas last week to showcase the scale and breadth of the company.

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Amazon Quantum Ledger Database Fits a Nice Niche

Amazon Quantum Ledger Database Fits a Nice Niche

One of the most common questions I get about blockchain is “What else is it good for besides cryptocurrency?”  This is a fair question. Blockchain fulfills a need for distributed, immutable ledgers. The technology brings trust to environments where falsification and counterfeiting are especially dangerous.

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Will Quantum Computing Break Blockchain?

Will Quantum Computing Break Blockchain?

Blockchain is just the latest technology that will change the way we work and live, but there is a new technology that is starting to emerge and, according to researchers, it looks set to disrupt the disruptor. That technology is quantum computing. Recently, a paper by computer scientists published in Nature magazine even goes

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Quantum Computing Brings Potential and Risk to the Enterprise

Quantum Computing Brings Potential and Risk to the Enterprise

For Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, quantum computing is among three technologies — the other two being artificial intelligence and mixed reality — that will soon disrupt the status quo. Unlike other kinds of technologies, it will impact not just work, but everything including communities, economies and how we live.

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