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How AIG moved commercial claims to the cloud

Carrier partnered with Amazon Web Services and Deloitte to reduce spending and improve speed to market of new capablities, CIO explains.

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China's plan for world domination in AI isn't so crazy after all

Money is pouring in from investors, big internet companies and its government, driven by a belief that the technology can remake entire sectors of the economy, as well as national security.

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What organizations need to know about the Cybersecurity Executive Order

The latest mandate encourages greater sharing of data between public and private organizations, and establishes protections of privacy and liability for those sharing the information.

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Many organizations still stymied by global privacy and security rules

Only 9 percent of cybersecurity professionals surveyed say their organization is ready to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation, notes Michael Bruemmer.

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London maintains lead in private data plumbing ahead of Brexit

The U.K. capital currently has an installed bandwidth of 159 terabytes per second, a figure that exceeds any other European city and is greater than the capacities in either New York or Silicon Valley.

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Maersk says June cyberattack will cost it up to $300M

The firm was among a number of multinational targets that was hit by hackers. Its IT systems were disabled, preventing the shipping line from taking new orders for several days.

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Making sense of stream processing

Streaming frameworks allow developers to build applications to address near real-time analytical use cases such as complex event processing.

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Investments in augmented and virtual reality skyrocketing

The markets are forecast to rise by 100 percent or more over each of the next four years, according to a new report from International Data Corp.

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Why organization need a data ethics strategy—and how to create one

Consumers are increasingly concerned that companies are amassing enormous amounts of information about their activities—online and off—and using it in unethical ways.

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KeyBank turns to Invesco's robo-adviser for help

The firm is the latest to join the robo-adviser trend. Its investment services unit just announced a partnership with Jemstep, which is eager to do more such deals, says CEO Simon Roy.

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Google hires former star Apple engineer for its AI team

Chris Lattner made a name for himself during a decade-plus career at his former employer, where he created the popular programming language Swift.

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Hackers hit dermatology practice through cloud vendor

Alabama specialists offering patients identity protection after unauthorized access to data.

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Data-sharing debate rages as fintechs vent grievances

The Consumer Financial Data Rights group says banks still aren’t forking over enough customer data, and is trying to get consumers to petition regulators on its behalf.

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Uber agrees to bolster consumer data privacy after FTC probe

The agreement, which does not involve a fine, follows a 2014 data breach that exposed names and license numbers of thousands of drivers.

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Many firms falsely believe they meet GDPR complaince

A recent study shows that almost half of organizations that believe they are compliant do not have full visibility over personal data-loss incidents.

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Ernst & Young revamps tax technology and analytics teams

A new group will deal with emerging tax technology services including robotic process automation, artificial intelligence, blockchain, cloud solutions, data lake development and business intelligence innovation.

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No more Post-its: How one bank said goodbye to passwords

West Milton State Bank uses biometrics for employees to log in to workstations, saying it is quicker and more secure than passwords.

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Demand growing for skilled machine learning engineers

For companies serious about cutting edge data science functions, this role is key, and experienced pros with 10-plus years of experience can demand $200,000 salaries.

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Securitas names new CEO in preparation for digital change

Magnus Ahlqvist to steer security company through a paradigm shift from manned guarding to big data and artificial intelligence.

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With new version of iOS imminent, banks are already sprinting

When Apple or Google releases a new version of its operating system, banks are forced to respond by updating their mobile apps—running just to stay in place. Next month's release from Apple is especially challenging.

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