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Three Reasons for your Company to Write an Innovation Charter

 This piece was originally posted to the Qmarkets blog

A lack of executive leadership is one of the most commonly mentioned reasons for the failure of innovation. 653 more words


96% of C-Level Execs Vulnerable to Phishing Attacks

According to a recent survey, 96% of executives failed to tell the difference between a real email and a phishing email 100% of the time* (source: McAfee Phishing Quiz, Intel Security). 531 more words


No Confidence in C-level Claims of Being 'Cybersecurity Literate'

Tripwire today announced the results of a study conducted by Dimensional Research on improving the cybersecurity literacy of Fortune 500 boards and executives.

The study examined corporate executives’ view of cybersecurity risks, as well as measured their confidence and preparedness in the event of a security breach. 420 more words

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It's the CISOs Fault! Data Breach Responsibility Levelled at C-Level Execs

Tripwire today announced the results of a survey of 250 attendees at RSA Conference USA 2015 and BSidesSF 2015 in San Francisco, California.

In spite of pervasive vulnerability to devastating cyber attacks across a broad range of industries, information security experts attending two of the industry’s leading conferences believe that C-level technology executives would and should be held responsible for data breaches, according to the survey. 214 more words


Verizon’s Dan Mead to retire; John Stratton is new wireless chief

Verizon made a surprise annoucement in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Wednesday. Dan Mead, Verizon Communications EVP and CEO of Verizon Wireless, is retiring and Verizon’s EVP in charge of global enterprise and consumer wireline operations… 276 more words

Employee Retention - Love Them. Don't Lose Them.

Employee Retention

Love them. Don’t lose them!

As we cruise through post-recession there is one big concern on employer’s minds: retention.

Big companies and small companies are starting to see how the market has turned. 384 more words