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Research projects at the Pentagon highlight the need to prevent data theft that happens within an organization’s walls.
Executives for Sony and Epsilon, an e-mail marketing company, insist that they had tight security before they lost consumer data.
Data security scholar Eugene Spafford argues that the subject needs to be taken more seriously at the highest levels of companies.
A look at the trends that are making “big data” so big.
Four key principles that companies should follow if they hope to analyze customers’ data without alienating them.
Installing “smart meters” and upgrading utility networks will force electricity providers to process far more information than they’re accustomed to handling.
The location-based service might feel like a game to its users, but it’s producing worthwhile data for businesses.
One financial firm says real-time data analysis saved it from making erroneous trades during the momentary stock market crash of May 2010.
Wharton’s Customer Analytics Initiative tries to help companies make better sense of the data they’re sitting on.
Michael Stonebraker helped invent technology that put databases into every business. Now a growing flood of data means he needs to reinvent it.