• Jan 10
    2020
    Jon O'KeefeTechnology Education JediLogical Operationshttps://www.linkedin.com/in/jonokeefe/ “The Ball” has dropped, the confetti has been cleared away, and we’re officially in a new year. While you are setting your goals and resolutions for the year, it’s important that you don’t overlook the mistakes of last year and choose to learn from them – especially when it comes to cybersecurity. Setting cybersecurity resolutions for 2020 may sound like the pinnacle of nerdom, but ...
  • Dec 27
    2019
    2019 was an enormous year in the world of data science. As businesses in nearly every industry continue to go through what has been dubbed a “digital transformation” thanks to new insights into data, data science and analysis is only going to get bigger in the coming new year. What is this “digital transformation?” Companies are taking typical business practices and processes, such as pricing, marketing, hiring, research, and strategy, ...
  • Dec 13
    2019
    From machine learning and statistics to data visualization, deep learning, and computer science, to say that data scientists are expected to know a lot is putting it mildly. With dozens of frameworks, technologies, and languages within these areas, it can be difficult for those looking to get into a career in data science to know exactly where to focus their attention. Which skills are in-demand by employers and what should ...
  • Dec 06
    2019
    It’s safe to say you can’t turn a corner in the business world without hearing something about big data. Undoubtedly one of the biggest trends of the age, big data has the potential to transform the way we interpret and assess data at a fundamental level. The promise of this data analysis, however, has only been a promise for most business as they are still lacking the data science and ...
  • Nov 19
    2019
    Large companies with vast amounts of data are finally understanding the importance of cybersecurity protocols and programs. Small businesses, however, are taking a bit longer to get with the times and may not be taking the issue of cybersecurity as seriously as they should be. According to a report at CNBC, the average Cyberattack costs small businesses 200,000 dollars. 60% of small businesses have to close their doors within six ...
  • Nov 14
    2019
    When most people hear about data breaches and cybersecurity incidents, it’s usually an enormous breach (think Equifax or Marriott) on the news. It’s also assumed that the criminals behind said attacks have used high-tech, zero-day exploits that have never been heard of to breach said company and steal the data. These incidents make for great attention-grabbing news stories, but they are not the kind of incidents that every company necessarily ...
  • Nov 08
    2019
    The world of technology has gone from days of dial-up and AOL to smart homes, cloud storage, and the Internet of Things in an incredibly expedited amount of time. As we continue to progress in the world of big data, companies are becoming ever more reliant on continually expanding amounts of data sets. With just the information collected by the smart lightbulbs, thermostats, and connected cars, it’s easy to see ...
  • Oct 28
    2019
    According to the recently published Better Security and Business Outcomes with Security Performance Management report, 80-percent of businesses surveyed have experienced some sort of a cyber incident over the last year. Yes, you read that statistic correctly. 54-percent of businesses then reported that their customers were between somewhat and greatly harmed by these incidents. What kind of trends have been on the rise this year to contribute to this astounding ...