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With the proliferation of data and the ubiquity of connected devices, organizations can move with unmatched efficiency, but simultaneously incur increased risks. Read our insights on how security & risk professionals can succeed in this environment.

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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins 15 hours ago
Walmart Takes The Lead In The Race To Fix Healthcare With New Health Supercenters As healthcare clinics start to reopen, many patients continue to put off necessary care. For some, cost is a major barrier to care. While the hurdle is not new, rising unemployment and financial uncertainty make it harder, if not impossible, to overcome. At the same time, providers also face a dire financial situation. Primary care is expected to […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins June 29, 2020
NIST Commits To Renaming Racially Suggestive Technology Terms From Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben’s to Lady Antebellum and the Dixie Chicks, we’ve seen a wave of rebranding sparked by ongoing anti-racism protests. Now, it’s moving beyond consumer-facing brands and groups. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) — the nonregulatory agency that publishes standards for federal activities — announced last week that it plans to remove terms […]
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COVID-19: Responding, Managing, And Leading During A Pandemic

The latest insights and guidance for leaders to address the growing business and employee experience implications of COVID-19.

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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins June 22, 2020
“Digital Therapy” Reaches A Milestone: The FDA Just Approved A Prescription Video Game This week marked a major win for digital therapeutics as the US Food and Drug Administration approved the marketing of the first game-based digital therapeutic device. “The EndeavorRx device offers a non-drug option for improving symptoms associated with ADHD in children and […]
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Microsoft Purchases CyberX

Brian Kime June 22, 2020
Today, Microsoft announced that it has acquired Waltham, Massachusetts-based internet-of-things (IoT) and industrial control system (ICS) security vendor CyberX. While the purchase price was not disclosed, media reports are speculating that the purchase price was somewhere between $150–$165 million. Founded in 2013, CyberX has raised $48 million in venture capital, so this deal provides a good return to investors. CyberX’s core solution can monitor IoT and ICS environments […]
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Infections Are Surging In The US, China, And Brazil — Exercise Caution In Your Return-To-Work Plan

Stephanie Balaouras June 18, 2020
Learn six important insights that will help your business plan a safe and productive return to work from the pandemic.
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins June 15, 2020
A Flash-Point Week For Facial Recognition Last week, IBM, Amazon, and Microsoft came out and made some big announcements on how they intend to halt or ban the use of facial recognition technology for law enforcement. At a time when privacy and civil rights dominate the zeitgeist, these values-based decisions will force much-needed dialogue on the ethics of facial recognition […]
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Developer Security Champions Are Needed Now More Than Ever

Sandy Carielli June 12, 2020
In an era of budget cuts and staff reductions, can your organization propose a new security program? Analyst Sandy Carielli provides answers.
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Webinar: Coronavirus Disruption in Europe

Gain actionable insights to guide European leaders during this challenging time. We'll cover the impact of COVID-19 on employee experience, lessons learned from APAC’s response so far, and how to build a comprehensive pandemic plan.

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Don’t Reward The Brilliant Jerk

Jinan Budge June 11, 2020
Is a toxic culture holding your security team back? Learn how to address the issue directly and create a more positive environment.
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Address Legal, Regulatory, And Operational Risks For The Return To Work

Heidi Shey June 10, 2020
In addition to government guidelines, firms must consider a number of other factors in bringing employees back to work. Here are four areas you might not be thinking about.
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A Small Victory For Securing The US Bulk Power System

Brian Kime June 8, 2020
It is long overdue to secure the United States’ bulk power system supply chain. As early as 2007, researchers demonstrated how digitization of power systems introduces vulnerabilities that can cause physical damage. In 2015, intruders, likely sponsored or directed by the Russian government and known colloquially by the name Sandworm, breached multiple Ukrainian electric utilities and shut off power for hundreds of thousands of […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins June 1, 2020
Brands Pledge To Stand With The Black Community In the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder, citizens are taking to the streets to protest institutionalized racism. Brands are speaking out, too, because, as Netflix tweeted, “To be silent is to be complicit.” Netflix joins brands such as Google, Nike, Peloton, and Target (whose stores were looted) in taking a vocal anti-racist stance. Firms hear consumers’ desire to align with brands that share their values and are emboldened to make […]
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CISOs And The Da Vinci Fallacy

Jeff Pollard June 1, 2020
The belief that security leaders must show mastery across knowledge domains is dangerous. It's also a symptom of an underlying ailment.
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Webinar: Predictions 2020

Dive deeper and get your questions about 2020 answered during our complimentary predictions webinar.

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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins May 26, 2020
Ensuring Employee Mental Health Is Crucial For COVID-19 Economic Recovery The mental health impact of COVID-19 is coming to light, and it’s not reassuring. In a survey conducted by SAP, Qualtrics, and Mind Share Partners, over 40% of respondents said their mental health has declined since the outbreak of COVID-19. Returning to work is not likely to fix the issue. The workplace is […]
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Manage Through The Pandemic’s Next Stage With Technologies In Four Categories

Stephen Powers May 21, 2020
As firms continue to deal with the changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, they will need to expand their tech strategy beyond enabling remote workers.
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins May 18, 2020
Firms Poised To Survive The Pandemic Aren’t Laying Off CX Pros — They’re Doubling Down To cut costs, companies are laying off employees in customer experience (CX), customer success, and customer support. That’s a big mistake for three reasons. First, we have proof that improving CX increases revenue, lowers cost, and mitigates risk. Second, firms with a strong CX function have the customer understanding needed to weather the pandemic. Insights about needs and […]
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The Security Snapshot: Embracing The New Norm

Merritt Maxim May 14, 2020
Our security analysts provide guidance for managing security and risk during the coronavirus pandemic.
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CyberArk Scoops Up Idaptive

Sean Ryan May 14, 2020
Read Forrester's take on CyberArk announcing its acquisition of identity-as-a-service vendor Idaptive.
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Business Resilience Is No Longer Optional

Stephanie Balaouras May 12, 2020
In the 2020s, the aftermath of the pandemic and ongoing systemic risk will force every company to become much more resilient. In fact, we believe that resilience — the ability to deliver on your mission and vision regardless of any kind of crisis or disruption, be it extreme weather, political upheaval, cyberattack, or the next disease outbreak — will become a competitive advantage.
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins May 11, 2020
COVID-19 Accelerates Momentum For Sales Engagement B2B sellers face the most challenging selling environment of their lifetimes. Business leaders who already invested in sales digital transformation and technologies are reaping the rewards for their prescient decisions. Sales engagement (SE) solutions — originally designed to help sales development reps manage and automate multichannel touchpoints — now deliver significant productivity gains and more to entire revenue teams. The COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating existing […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins May 4, 2020
Use Federal Stimulus Funds To Deepen Customer Obsession US federal stimulus packages feature over $1 trillion in benefits to businesses. How will your company use its share? In our report, “Six Ways You Should Use The Federal Stimulus To Drive Customer Obsession,” we detail key ways businesses can use federal stimulus money to put customers at the […]
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