Fully 42 percent of U.S. financial services organizations have experienced a data breach, and 12 percent have suffered multiple breaches, according to the 2017 Thales Data Threat Report - Financial Services Edition.
The report, based on a survey of more than 1,100 senior security executives worldwide, also found that 24 percent of financial services organizations suffered a data breach in the past year alone, up from 19 percent in 2016.
Eighty-six percent of respondents believe their organizations are vulnerable to data threats.
While 96 percent will use sensitive data in an advanced technology environment (cloud, big data, container, IoT) this year, 47 percent admitted they're deploying those technologies without having the appropriate levels of security in place.
Does your business have an AI strategy? If that sounds too far afield, know this: three-quarters of executives believe AI will enable their companies to move into new businesses, and almost 85% believe AI will allow their companies to obtain or sustain a competitive advantage.
Drawing from her study of 144 breakthrough initiatives in large organizationsas well as fascinating survey results from over 300 firmsDr. Woerner familiarized participants with the significant changes, risks, and opportunities enabled by digitization.
The organizational challenges of adapting for the digital era are undeniable. To better understand how well equipped organizations, industries, and countries are to sustain transformation in the digital economy, Korn Ferry developed the global Digital Sustainability Index. Join this webinar for the index results, to learn the leadership and organizational capabilities required to thrive in a continually changing digital world and to understand the true state of digital sustainability among todays leading organizations.
With leading entrepreneurial talent, a competitive financial ecosystem and world-class research and development the UK has a golden opportunity to lead the way in unlocking the potential of new technologies and build upon its reputation as a renowned hub for disruptive innovation.
Attracting and retaining key talent is a well-known must-do for organizations going on a digital transformation journey. But it proves a challenging task to find the right people. How can you identify the talent you need? What are the main barriers to attracting and retaining talent? And how can they be overcome?
As healthcare systems around the world transition from paper-based to digital workflows, they new have access to data that can be used to improve the quality of patient care, while achieving greater cost and resource efficiencies. Recent innovations in predictive clinical analytics are progressing clinical operations with unique and timely connection of evolving risk factors in a dynamic way. These self-learning predictions improve an organization's ability to deliver high-touch clinical resources where they are needed most.
While most organizations see digital transformation as critical or important, about 75% of organizations are "not very confident" in their ability to execute it, and 84% of executives believe that their organizations do not have the skills and capabilities required to deliver on their digital ambition. This webinar takes a closer look at the capabilities required for digital sustainability and how you can embed them into your organization.
Too often, organizations with a well-developed digital strategy lack an aligned operating model. This makes it nearly impossible to bring their strategy and ambitions around innovation to fruition. This webinar will address how traditional organization structures and operating models need to evolve and what actions can be taken to close the gap in alignment with digital sustainability.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) will digitize and interconnect factory environments. The fitting of myriad equipment with sensors, and the ability to collect, transmit and interpret data in real-time, will provide companies with far greater visibility of their assets than has ever been possible. This new capability brings the potential for smarter factories based on preventative maintenance methodologies. It will also transform the way that equipment is monitored and repaired out in the field, leading to the emergence of new service-based business models. For maintenance professionals, the IIoT will prompt the use of new technologies such as augmented reality and wearable devices, changing the way they perform their daily roles, and moving them up hierarchical structures.