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10 Technologies That CIOs Must Watch in 2018

10 Technologies That CIOs Must Watch in 2018 Introduction “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” – Leon C. Megginson  In a recent report, Forrester states, “There has not been a time when technology has had a more profound impact on customer experience and revenue performance. By the sheer force of nature, this places CIOs and technology front and center.” It’s true. We’re going through a time of rapid technological change. Many of these changes are poised to signifi cantly impact the business world. The question facing modern CIOs: What side of history will your organization be on? Will you be the disruptor or the disrupted? We’ve seen it time and time again. New companies take advantage of modern technology and disrupt entire industries. Just think of Netfl ix and Blockbuster. Or Amazon and bookstores. Or Uber and the taxi industry.  The list could go on. The fact is, these technol


SECURITY AND ANALYTICS EXPERTS SHARE THE MOST IMPORTANT CYBERSECURITY METRICS AND KPIS 19 security pros discuss the most important cybersecurity metrics that your organization should measure. Objective measurement is important for monitoring security performance, especially since the modern threat landscape is constantly evolving. According to the  SANS Institute , leveraging a comprehensive security metrics program enables organizations to achieve several goals, including improved decision-making, enhanced visibility, the ability to evaluate an internal security program against industry benchmarks, and demonstrating the value of the security department to key stakeholders and throughout the organization. The first step to implementing a comprehensive security metrics program is identifying what metrics to measure and then, where to obtain the raw data. To help you determine what metrics to measure, we reached out to a panel of security pros and analytics ex