Gain actionable insights on how to defend your websites and APIs for the coming year's onslaught of automated threats. Join the conversation with EMA and Distil Networks as they dive into the latest Distil Networks Bad Bot Report data to reveal 6 high-risk threats every IT security pro must protect against.
The GDPR is applicable to almost every organization around the world that collects or processes data on residents domiciled within the European Union. This white paper offers practical advice on the key issues to consider in complying with the GDPR and will enable decision makers to prepare for this critical compliance obligation.
Phishing, spearphishing, CEO Fraud/Business Email Compromise (BEC) and ransomware represent a group of critical security threats that virtually every organization will encounter at some point - and most already have. This white paper addresses these critical security problems and offers 14 best practices for making organizations more secure.
Join Dennis Drogseth, VP of research at leading IT analyst firm EMA, and Julie Craig, research director at EMA, live on April 11th @ 2PM EDT to get insights into customer-experience management, internal user experience management and broad-based initiatives for digital experience management.
Discover how business stakeholders make the most of information from their big data environments and the requirements those stakeholders have to turn big data into business impact.
The transition to a modern business intelligence model requires IT to adopt a collaborative approach that includes the business in all aspects of the overall program. This guide focuses on the platform evaluation and selection.
As self-service analytics becomes the norm, the role of IT is evolving from a producer to a strategic partner. IT professionals are helping their organizations transition from a traditional top-down approach to analytics driven by IT to a self-service approach enabled by IT and led by the business.
A spate of high-profile, high-impact cyber breaches at several of the largest financial institutions in the United States has brought attention to a point that cybersecurity professionals have long taken as an article of faith: boards of directors need to take an active role in the management of cyber risk. Yet, there are several factors that tend to prevent effective engagement in cybersecurity risk at the board level.