This paper examines the emergence of DNS-based data exfiltration as a growing mechanism for extracting valuable or sensitive personal data from vulnerable organizations.
IDC conducted a global survey of 100 director-level and above executives from IT and lines of business in US hospitals with 500 or more employees. This was backed up by 12 in-depth interviews with line of business and IT executives from companies with a high level of information mobility.
The goals: understand the business benefits of information mobility and the current state of information mobility across hospitals; learn what sets the most information-mobility mature hospitals apart from other hospitals.
By 2020 the digital universe will be 44 trillion gigabytes. How can all of this data help make your organization more competitive?
As more of the world goes online, including the physical world, the more opportunity there is for enterprises (and consumers) to use data in new ways. This iView explores the many different applications of today's data.