Tag Archives: security

Myth versus reality: The truth about cloud security

August 7, 2017

With daily security breaches and cyberattacks dominating the headlines daily, it’s no wonder that organizations globally are still tentative to move away from physical servers/on-premises data storage. Though most businesses are familiar with cloud as a principle, there is still ambiguity surrounding what exactly the technology has to offer. Our latest report, “The Road to… Read More »

5 ways cloud vendors are dealing with data privacy concerns

April 19, 2017

Cloud computing has undoubtedly transformed the way organisations manage their business and data, however it has brought its own unique set of security concerns. While some businesses are quick to embrace the convenience and agility of the cloud, others remain hesitant because of fear about data breaches and cybercrime. So how exactly are cloud vendors… Read More »

Analytic R&D – Blazing New Trails

October 13, 2015

By Vinnie Dessecker, senior consultant, big data – Strategy and Governance Center of Excellence There is an ever increasing need for businesses to engage in analytic innovation – exploring new, disparate and more data to gain insights to new products, services or other opportunities for an organization and its customers. Analytic innovation is really about… Read More »

So, When was Your Data Breach?

March 24, 2015

by Jay Irwin, JD, Director, Teradata InfoSec COE 2015 barely got underway and it happened again, more breaches of customer data kept by large companies. Journalists said 2014 was the year of the data breach, but hold on, here we go again. Security experts are not the least bit surprised. Neither should you be. There… Read More »