Today, the Schellman team joins the global community in celebrating this year’s International Women’s Day (IWD).
(Article originally published in Rx Data News, Issue 5 Vol. 1)
Even when the developments might’ve been considered fairly primitive by modern standards, technological progress has always been a definitive characteristic of humanity. Like any new tool, technology has infinite capacity to be used in all the wrong ways—in this, atomic and biological weapons come to mind. And even with better intentions, sometimes technological impact can still skew negatively, such as when society’s immense reliance on it harms our environment, health, or thought patterns.
As president of Tampa accounting firm Schellman & Company, Bizwomen Headliner Avani Desai deals with topics like emerging healthcare issues and privacy concerns for organizations, so distractions come with the territory.
A panel of security professionals discuss the top three tips for how CISOs and risk officers can help improve board communication around security
Prevention and detection aren't enough. To better defend against future intrusions, you need a strong digital forensics team that can analyze attacks. In a world where enterprises are embracing the fact that breaches are not a matter of ‘if, but when,’ it is becoming increasingly important to develop internal and external resources to investigate and oversee the impact of attacks after they have happened.