In a recent Forbes article, contributor Gary Drenik spoke with Covail’s VP AI & Automation , Brian Sampsel, about how companies are responding to AI as a tool for business forecasting.
I was taken with an article I read recently, on a seminal construct in mathematics called the Riemann Hypothesis. The article talked about how researchers at Emory University had made progress toward proving that a central concept – one that has existed in mathematics for 160 years and upon which so many other mathematical principles are based – is in fact true.
We’ve all heard promising statistics about how investing in data analytics can drive powerful returns, yet in a recent Bain survey of companies that are heavily invested in big data, a full third said they lack a clear strategy for embedding data and analytics into their companies.¹
If there’s one thing that the very opinionated and often fractious IT and cybersecurity field can agree on, it’s this: Verizon’s annual Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) is the one security report you should read every year. Not skim; read.
I recently attended the 12th annual Central Ohio InfoSec Summit—my fourth InfoSec event since returning home to Ohio from DC and shifting from the public sector to commercial sector practice. It was a unique event for me as a speaker and mentor representing Covail.