WE’RE CREATING A LOT OF DATA THESE DAYS. We pay off credit card bills with a click of the mouse. We send money by bumping phones. There are apps that make it easy for the average consumer to invest in stocks, startups, and more. All of these devices and solutions create large data sets otherwise known as big data. Each individual interaction rolls up to tell a larger story about how money is spent, lent, and invested. Big data opens up a wealth of opportunities for the financ
Let me start by saying I do not receive many Christmas cards from the brokerage community. Why you ask? The answer is simple. We’ve successfully exploited the inefficiencies of the insurance industry by creating a competitive negotiation process, leveraging several brokers and insurers competing for the client’s business based on our manuscript coverage specifications. Advocating solely on our client's behalf without financial incentives from the insurance industry, our clien
Startups are encouraged to "move fast and break things." How do you factor security into your startup when your primary goal is iterating fast and getting to market? In what ways is it important for startups to pay attention to security? Join us for our expert panel of startup founders and cyber-security experts as we discuss this relevant issue. *** Panel *** Eric Typaldos is the CTO and Co-Founder of Hive. Hive brings together your team’s actions, messages and files onto on
Overview: Technology driven ability to track human “data” is driving a fundamental transformation. The rise in “tracking technology” has not only made “data” collection possible, it has also made possible qualification and quantification of “data”, that individuals and entities across nations: its government, industries, organizations and academia (NGIOA), never could imagine was possible so far. From measuring simple human bodily measures and procedures such as heart rate, w
Given that Sunday was Data Privacy Day observed in the United States and more than 47 other countries around the world, I feel it's important to reflect on our data privacy laws and the public's acknowledgement of same. It feels as if very few people outside of the legal and security industries cared or knew that it was Data Privacy Day, yet recent research conducted by the Pew Research Center concluded that 91% of US adults agree or strongly agree that consumers have lost co
I was honored when when leading Enterprise Employee Cyber Training Firm, ThreatReady Solutions asked me to put some an article together regarding how to assess the human risk within cyber insurance. As such, I have shared the article below as well as a link to their website for more information on their services. As one of my strategic partners, please do not hesitate to reach out to our team regarding their services and how their training model can sit on top of your existin
Open Source Software is now broadly used in the development of software applications. The ability to reuse components of code already created allows development teams to create more code, with more functionality, faster. It also promotes the adoption of standards and makes applications more interoperable.
Although Open Source Software components typically require no licensing fee, it does come at a cost. This cost is uncertainty – or perceived uncertainty in many cases. Mos