The research and development community on BrightTALK brings together leading professionals in healthcare, technology and manufacturing to present on current topics in their fields. From big data in healthcare to online forensics training and medical research practices, the community is an exceptional resource for those looking to expand their knowledge. Be part of the conversation by joining the community and participating in interactive live webinars.
Zack Allen, Director of Threat Operations, ZeroFOX and Ryan Trost, Chief Technology Officer, ThreatQuotientRecorded: Apr 24 201941 mins
How to identify and mitigate social media and digital risk
Financial service organizations have a massive footprint and attack surface on social media & external digital platforms — all of which is ungoverned, unmonitored and unprotected by the existing security perimeter. Understanding the threats on these platforms is critical, from financial fraud, phishing and malware spread on social media, customer scams, impersonating accounts and mobile apps, and more. Join ZeroFOX and ThreatQuotient to learn the top risks facing financial institutions on social and digital channels and key tactics for addressing those risks.
-Understand top trends and threats facing financial institutions on social and digital channels
-Gain knowledge of key tactics for addressing social and digital threats
-Learn about the tools available to your organization for mitigating risk
Wondering how to get into the cannabis industry? Join Mary's List along with Solonje Burnett, Sasha Perelman & Ashley Kingsley as they discuss community & the importance of creating events of impact.
Solonje Burnett is a cannavist & Co-Founder of Humble Bloom. As a culture consultant, she creates innovative workplace conferences, designs & implements D&I plans & forges agency partnerships. Her clients include Databricks, Working Mother Media, BetterCloud, & Koya Leadership Partners. Solonje produces events & festivals for conscious companies, hosts nightlife parties & programs music at membership clubs. She has worked with Afropunk, Summit Series, Le Bain at the Standard Hotel, Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund & Soho House, among others.
Sasha Perelman is the CEO of Revolver Productions. With 17+ years of global brand event curation, her portfolio includes Yves Saint Laurent, Giorgio Armani, 23&Me, & Lenscrafters. Sasha’s event 'Immersion' was featured in Rolling Stone as the “Best Pot Party in California.” In 2017, Revolver worked with the Grammy Award Winning Artist & Activist Common’s Non-Profit, Imagine Justice, for the Hope & Redemption Tour - a 30,000 person concert in Sacramento, & two prison shows raising awareness around mass incarceration. In 2018, Revolver Productions, partnered with MARY Magazine to launched Mary Talks - discussions around cannabis as a wellness & lifestyle tool.
Ashley Kingsley is the Co-Founder of Ellementa. She is a strategic, multidisciplinary marketing executive who partners with CEOs & entrepreneurs - multi-million dollar brands and start-ups alike - to grow companies, brands, & profits. Noted as 'Top 50 People to Watch in Social Media' by Arrea Agency in 2017, she built & launched Daily Deals for Moms that expanded into 27 markets before it sold. She has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Fox, CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, Mashable for Daily Deals for Mom, HERB, Techcrunch, Women's Day Magazine, Westword, & Fox31.
Denise Biderman (Mary's List), Mary Pryor (Cannaclusive), Cynthia Salarizadeh (AxisWire)Recorded: Apr 24 201944 mins
Wondering how to get into the cannabis industry? Join Mary's List along with Mary Pryor and Cynthia Salarizadeh as they discuss the world of cannabis marketing, their own career transitions, and the future of cannabis advertising and media.
Mary Pryor is the Co-Founder and CEO of Cannaclusive. She is a passionate and vocal media expert currently based in Los Angeles and New York. Raised in Detroit, Michigan, Mary received exposure to automotive design, electrical engineering, music, digital arts and marketing at an early age. Today, Mary is a powerful and accomplished Digital and Marketing Specialist who has worked for major brands such as Sony Music Group, Viacom, Attention PR, City Parks Foundation, Mirrorball, Uptown Magazine, Black Enterprise, CBS News, Ebony Magazine, The Rolling Stones, VaynerMedia, Mindshare, McGarryBowen, McCann, SheKnows, and MusicWorld.
Cynthia Salarizadeh is the Founder of AxisWire, as well as the Founder of House of Saka, which houses the world’s first cannabis infused still and sparkling rosé out of Napa Valley. In addition, Cynthia is the Co-founder of Green Market Media, most recognized for its cannabis finance news publication, Green Market Report, as well as Co-founder of Industry Power Women. As an entrepreneur, Cynthia has either founded or co-founded multiple companies that have successfully exited through acquisition within the cannabis industry. In 2018, Cynthia was nominated as Entrepreneur of the Year and CEO of the Year by Cashinbis; she was named by High Times as one of the 100 Women in High Places, and she was featured by Dope Magazine as one of the “Outstanding Women in Cannabis."
Denise Biderman (Mary's List), Lisa Snyder (Tokeativity), Adelia Carrillo (Direct Cannabis Network)Recorded: Apr 24 201950 mins
Wondering how to get into the cannabis industry? Join Mary's List along with Adelia Carrillo and Lisa Snyder as they discuss start-up life, career transitions and being entrepreneurs.
Adelia Carrillo - Founder & CEO of Direct Cannabis Network. DCN is the leading digital B2B news network covering the latest tech, entrepreneurs and innovative companies in the cannabis industry. With her roots in the corporate and consumer electronics industry, her passion for technology, startups and innovation has been a key strength in her transition into the cannabis space. Becoming a voice for the upcoming startups, uniting the cannabis business community, Adelia is building an inspiring yet prominent voice in the world on the topic of cannabis entrepreneurship.
Lisa Snyder - Founder & CEO of Tokeativity, The Global Cannabis Community for Women. Lisa is a cannabis and women’s rights activist, a web developer and online strategist. She has designed and launched over three hundred websites and digital campaigns, including ecommerce & membership platforms, and has extensive background in Google SEO leading back to 2004. Her work has been recognized in Forbes, Rolling Stone, The Guardian, MJ Lifestyle, Travel Portland, CannabisTours.com, Dope Magazine, Civilized, Willamette Week and Time Out New York among others.
The webinar explores the direct and indirect effects of coal-fired power generation. It summarises a report that looks at these impacts with respect to employment and the supply of reliable power generation, especially at a time of uncertainty for many coal communities and economies around the world today.
Künstliche Intelligenz, einst auf den Großbildschirm beschränkt, steht den Verbrauchern in Grundform mit Alexa-, Siri- und selbstfahrenden Tesla-Autos zur Verfügung. Aber was bedeutet das für die Wirtschaft? Wir haben vielleicht noch keine Ex-Machina-ähnlichen Roboter, aber engagierte "Futuristen" schließen sich in vielen Unternehmen der C-Suite an, um zukunftssichere Entscheidungen zu treffen und sich auf zukünftige technologische Innovationen vorzubereiten.
KI-Tools basieren auf datenbankgestützter, prädiktiver Technologie, die die kognitive Leistungsfähigkeit des Menschen verbessert. Lernen Sie mit uns, wie Sie mit guten Wissensmanagementpraktiken eine solide Grundlage für KI-Initiativen schaffen können.
SailPoint TechnologiesRecorded: Apr 23 201950 mins
How confident are you in your security and compliance programs?
Falling short of complete compliance with the myriad of security and privacy regulations can result in significant consequences, and failing to implement the right security controls, in the right place, and in the right way, creates risk.
To efficiently and effectively maintain compliance and manage risk, both government agencies and commercial enterprises are increasingly looking to NIST’s Cybersecurity Framework to provide the necessary guidance. One of the critical elements for aligning with NIST is the use of identity governance platforms to govern access to sensitive information.
Find out how government agencies and commercial enterprises can apply this technology to streamline their compliance initiatives, while reducing the cost and effort associated with aligning to the NIST Framework.
In this live webinar presentation, you can expect the following takeaways:
- Better understand the NIST Cybersecurity Framework approach to security and compliance
- Learn why aligning with NIST’s Framework increases operational efficiency and efficacy
- Discover how identity addresses 3 dozen critical subcategories in the NIST Framework
SailPoint TechnologiesRecorded: Apr 23 201943 mins
Being a CIO is not an easy responsibility. There are countless challenges to overcome, especially as organizations continue to adopt new technologies and evolve their business capabilities. In addition to the digital transformation many enterprises are now undergoing, and the new security threats they face on a daily basis, determining the most critical priorities as a CIO is a daunting task.
No matter how you support your organization’s security and information system landscape, whether you’re a CIO or not, it’s important to know what will make-or-break the coming year.
Tune into this webinar to hear from SailPoint's CIO, Kevin Hansel, to get his views on:
- Why CIOs must continually adapt to keep up with today’s business environment
- Why IT needs to innovate faster than ever
- How partnering with the CISO leads to success
- How identity can enhance your security and risk management posture
Anand Gnanamoorthy, Global Research Leader, Industrial Practice, Frost & SullivanRecorded: Apr 23 201958 mins
With technology disruptions transforming various industries, companies are uncertain which strategies to pursue to navigate the digital environment. While digital transformation projects abound, many companies are unsure of how to leverage them.
Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Anand Gnanamoorthy, Global Research Leader—Industrial Practice, as he explores how digital transformation is driving pump end users to adopt best practices in asset management technologies and what new growth opportunities pump manufacturers can capitalize on. From pump monitoring to asset performance management and enterprise-wide analytics, a variety of growth opportunities are emerging in the industry. It is important to understand the digital landscape to ensure organizations can monetize from the opportunities to avoid investment pitfalls.
• Discover key growth opportunities and how they are disrupting the traditional pump services industry, as well as changing how end users monitor and maintain their process equipment.
• Identify the major customer segments that you need to target based on their digital maturity.
• Understand emerging business models such as pump-as-a-service and pricing models to help you monetize digital solutions.
Kim Øystein Næss, Lead Architect Analytics EMEA, Hitachi VantaraRecorded: Apr 23 201926 mins
Watch this session to get insights on:
- The value of an easy to use interface with advanced capabilities for data engineering
- How to correctly process data engineering.
- The collaboration between business analysts, data scientists and data engineers
Wael Elrifai, Global VP of Solution Engineering / Pre-Sales, Hitachi VantaraRecorded: Apr 23 201921 mins
Competition drives innovation. It lowers prices, improves quality and with the rise of “free information”, generates entirely new products. As Paul Collier writes in The Bottom Billion, small savings in the basic necessities of life can mark the difference between prosperity and suffering.
Join us to hear how IoT and AI drive new efficiencies in energy production, agricultural output, and medical care, and how these key technologies will help us transform the lives of billions of people.
Driving the Growth of Corporate Renewable Energy Market: Gaining Advantage through Innovative Energy Sourcing Options
Large corporations around the world are sourcing renewable energy for self-consumption. Companies are becoming part of prestigious groups to source renewable electricity.
Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Shaik Safik, Senior Consulting Analyst, as he discusses the sourcing methods adopted by corporations across the world to procure renewable energy and how this trend is expected to grow in the future.
Questions this Session Will Answer:
· How has the corporate renewable purchase evolved over the years?
· What are the drivers and barriers for renewable energy purchase at a global level?
· Who are the major corporate renewable energy purchasers and their renewable energy targets?
· What are the sourcing methods adopted and the risks involved?
Everyone knows that multi-factor authentication (MFA) is more secure than a simple login name and password, but too many people think that MFA is a perfect, unhackable solution. It isn't!
Join Roger A. Grimes, KnowBe4's Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, and security expert with over 30-years experience, for this webinar where he will explore 12 ways hackers can and do get around your favorite MFA solution.
The webinar includes a (pre-filmed) hacking demo by KnowBe4's Chief Hacking Officer Kevin Mitnick, and real-life successful examples of every attack type. It will end by telling you how to better defend your MFA solution so that you get maximum benefit and security.
You'll learn about the good and bad of MFA, and become a better computer security defender in the process, including:
- 12 ways hackers get around multi-factor authentication
- How to defend your multi-factor authentication solution
- The role humans play in a blended-defense strategy
Sean Kennedy, Senior Director, Industry Solutions and Architecture, Salesforce, Matt Serna, Industry Marketing, MuleSoftRecorded: Apr 19 201945 mins
The healthcare industry is witnessing an explosion of medical data from EHRs, fitness trackers, mobile health applications, and more.
To provide compelling patient experiences, the entire healthcare continuum must think beyond just driving interoperability across clinical data stores and consider how to extend interoperability across all partners and non-clinical applications. Doing so requires a new integrated healthcare strategy that extends beyond those traditionally offered by HL7 interface engines.
Learn how NYU Langone Health implemented a new integrated approach to provide their call service agents with a one-stop comprehensive patient view, leveraging MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform to surface real-time data from EHRs and other internal systems into Salesforce Health Cloud.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How healthcare organizations can drive integration to transform their IT delivery model.
- How modern APIs can enable connectivity across clinical and non-clinical systems.
- How Salesforce and MuleSoft are tackling EHR interoperability challenges.
Alessandro Chimera, Manufacturing Industry Expert, and Danny Stout, Sr. Solutions Consultant, TIBCO Software Inc.Recorded: Apr 18 201930 mins
The current trend in manufacturing is towards tailor-made products in smaller lots with shorter delivery times. This change may lead to frequent production modifications resulting in increased machine downtime, higher production cost, product waste—and the need to rework faulty products.
Watch this webinar to learn how TIBCO’s Smart Manufacturing solutions can help you overcome these challenges. You will also see a demonstration of TIBCO technology in action around improving yield and optimizing processes while also saving costs.
What You Will Learn:
-Applying advanced analytics & machine learning / AI techniques to optimize complex manufacturing processes
-How multi-variate statistical process control can help to detect deviations from a baseline
-How to monitor in real time the OEE and produce a 360 view of your factory
The webinar also highlights customer case studies from our clients who have already successfully implemented process optimization models.
Complying with regulations, managing policies and controls demand that organizations be flexible to meet any requirement thrown at them. It’s imperative that organizations plan to advance compliance and policy management so it can adapt as requirements change. If they’re using manual office tools, like spreadsheets and email this can slow down the advancement process, causing unnecessary risk. In this live webinar, Lockpath’s, Sam Abadir will share what compliance and policy management for 2020 and beyond entails, including:
• How your organization can gain efficiency from compliance and policy management
• Strategies for collaborating across departments
• How streamlining processes can boost productivity
• Planning ahead for sustained growth
Discover the future for compliance and policy management by attending this educational webinar. Register now!
Danielle Russell Group Product Marketing Manager, Brian Bledsoe Sr. Technical Manager, Sales Enablement for North AmericaRecorded: Apr 18 201958 mins
Cloud computing continues to transform the way organizations use, store, and share data, applications, and workloads, but has also introduced a host of new security threats and challenges. With so much data going into the cloud—and into public cloud services in particular—these resources become natural targets for bad actors. And, contrary to what you may think, the primary responsibility for protecting corporate data in the cloud lies with the cloud customer, not with the service provider.
AlienVault is at the leading edge of cloud security with AlienVault USM Anywhere. Whether you are looking to secure your AWS & Azure cloud environments, cloud applications like Office 365 and G Suite or on-premises assets, USM Anywhere delivers essential security capabilities in a single SaaS platform.
Join this webcast to learn more about cloud security challenges and how to address them with USM Anywhere. You'll learn:
- What the shared responsibility model means for the security of your cloud assets
- Challenges with trying to use traditional on-prem security monitoring tools in your cloud environments
- How USM Anywhere gives you visibility into all assets across your cloud and on-premises environments
- Benefits of an all-in-one security solution for threat detection, incident response and compliance management
The increasing number of diagnoses of brain metastases in asymptomatic patients – as a result of screening MRIs – has created the need for both durable control and prevention of cognitive decline in patients who are expected to have increasing median survivals. Since the mainstay of their therapy is systemic management, “Radiosurgery Now” represents the idea of immediate radiosurgery with the intent of avoiding interruption of systemic management.
This webinar will discuss the impact of delay in radiosurgery on tumour growth and the benefits of repeat radiosurgery for the long-term preservation of cognitive function. The linear and robust rapid workflow of the Leksell Gamma Knife® Icon™ is ideally suited to this concept.
Professor Antonio Bertoletti, M.D. Program in Emerging Infectious Diseases, Duke-NUS Medical School, SingaporeApr 25 20192:00 amUTC75 mins
Adoptive transfer of lymphocytes expressing engineered T cell receptors (TCRs) is a promising immunotherapeutic option which specifically targets antigens from viral-infected cells and tumors. Prof. Bertoletti and his team engineered a library of TCRs specific for different Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) antigens to generate a pool of HBV-specific TCR-T cells. These TCR-T cells have been shown to recognize HBV epitopes presented on infected hepatocytes and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) cells with HBV-DNA integration in both experimental models and selected patients with HBV-related HCC relapses. However, safety concerns on possible irreversible structural and functional liver damage by cytotoxic TCR-T cells have limited the clinical usage of this immunotherapeutic approach. To overcome this limitation, they selected patients with HCC relapses after liver transplantation for immunotherapy since TCR-T cells only target HBV epitopes presented on HCC-relapses. Moreover, they also modified TCR-T cell production methods to reduce cytotoxicity and life span of TCR-T cell. These strategies that lead to the successful production of safe TCR-T cell effectors for immunotherapy of HBV infection and HBV-related cancers will be discussed in this webinar.
John Jolliffe, Strategic Engagement, Adobe Document Cloud.Apr 25 20191:00 pmUTC45 mins
When it comes to conducting business with paperless documents, organisations have embraced electronic and digital signatures. The Electronic Identification and Trust Services Regulation (eIDAS) clarifies and simplifies the legal framework for e-signatures across Europe, but how should organisations decide which type of e-signature is appropriate to their needs? And how are new technologies helping to make electronic signatures relevant for the multi-device, highly mobile workspace of today?
Join our webinar, to learn:
• Why e-signatures are essential to your company's success now and in the future.
• Which three signature types are legal under eIDAS.
• How to select the right approach for your business.
• Next-gen e-Signatures and The Cloud Signature Consortium.
IBC365 | Jellyfish Pictures | More speakers announced soon...Apr 25 20193:00 pmUTC75 mins
Join IBC365 on Thursday 25 April at 4pm BST to explore why creators are turning to cloud to transform the way they make great content and how virtualised workflows are unlocking the ability to work in new ways: faster, more collaborative, more efficient and more creative.
This webinar goes inside some of the world's leading content creators, production and post-production operations to hear how they are embracing cloud technology to transform the creative processes used to make, produce and deliver video.
We'll get hands-on with practical lessons on how cloud is enabling more collaboration, access to more talent, round-the-clock working, more content security, and slicker workflows. There's also a dose of reality, as we understand the human and technology challenges and the potential pitfalls of virtualising creative workflows.
Case studies focus on using cloud for:
•Streamlining content creation in the field
•Transforming production and post-production processes
•Efficient content delivery and backhaul
Join us as we continue this series of webinars specifically designed for the community by the community with the goal to share knowledge, spark innovation, and further build and link the relationships within our HPCC Systems community.
Featured speakers include:
Jeremy Meier and David Noh, both Undergraduate Students at Clemson University - An Investigation into Time Series Analysis
Over the past several months, our team has worked closely with a dataset having roughly 16,000 total observations, recording both the date and balance in financial data. Focusing on individual accounts with a size of around 400 observations, our first goal was to compare statistical metrics and techniques used commonly in time series analysis on the given data sets. We dove deep into two major industry standard methods for understanding and predicting on a dataset. Using insights learned from these observations, we hope to better predict future balances in the dataset, as well as find any anomalies or misbehavior in the data in order to provide business value.
Roger Dev, Sr Architect, LexisNexis Risk Solutions - TextVectors - Machine Learning for Textual Data
Text Vectorization allows for the mathematical treatment of textual information. Words, phrases, sentences, and paragraphs can be organized as points in high-dimensional space such that closeness in space implies closeness of meaning. HPCC Systems' new TextVectors module supports vectorization for words, phrases, or sentences in a parallelized, high-performance, and user-friendly package.
Allan Wrobel, Consulting Software Engineer, LexisNexis Risk Solutions - ECL Tips and Tricks: Leveraging the power of HPCC Systems. Using AGGREGATE.
The ECL built-in function AGGREGATE has been seen by many in the community as ‘complex’ and as such has been underused. However in using AGGREGATE you can be sure you’re playing to the strengths of HPCC Systems.
Jim Davis, Fluke NetworksApr 25 20193:00 pmUTC75 mins
This webinar address field testing and troubleshooting PON Networks per IEC 61280-4. Topics include inspection and cleaning (APC vs. UPC), PON Basics, understanding loss budgets, setting a reference, troubleshooting using an OTDR and Power Meter, and how to document results. Attendees will earn one BICSI CEC.
Robert Nicklin, Product Owner, Blue Prism | Bart Peluso, SVP of Product Marketing, Blue PrismApr 25 20193:00 pmUTC75 mins
Join us on April 25th for a preview of find out what is coming with Blue Prism’s v6.5.
The latest version of our software will include:
• Full Japanese and simplified Chinese language capabilities - Through a simple drop-down box a customer can select their preferred language on the Blue Prism UI.
• Data gateways - A new mechanism that allows customers much more control of their data, with the option to send data as duplicates of what is stored in the BP database or to send the information only to the external end point, significantly reducing the amount of database space used for data storage.
• IPv6 support - Through this feature Blue Prism customers can be confident our connected-RPA platform is ready to evolve with customer environments as they plan, test and take actions to start their transition to using IPv6.
• Latest updates from the Blue Prism Digital Exchange
• Robert Nicklin, Product Owner, Blue Prism
• Bart Peluso, SVP of Product Marketing, Blue Prism
• Richard Pauly, Head of Digital Exchange, Blue Prism
If you have a burning product question to ask, make sure to pre-register and join us on April 25th for this live webinar. If you can’t make it on the day, you can easily watch a recording of the session from our webinar page, after the event.
Colette Balaam, CEO, Hive / Karl Hampson, Director of AI, Solstice / Steve Prewitt, Chief Analytics Officer, HealthfirstApr 25 20194:00 pmUTC45 mins
Join Colette Balaam, CEO at Hive, Karl Hampson, Director of AI at Solstice, and Steve Prewitt, Chief Analytics Officer at Healthfirst, as they explore how enterprises should leverage advanced analytics and data platforms to improve health outcomes for their patients and members.
Bob Maley, Normshield; Tony Rock, LockpathApr 25 20194:00 pmUTC60 mins
Interaction between the financial industry and third-parties has become more complicated due to the combined risk of the financial industry's rapid growth and an increase in third-party relationships.
In this exclusive webinar, Bob Maley, Chief Security Officer of Normshield, Inc., who designed information security programs from the ground up for major financial services organizations, will share his perspective of third-party risk in the financial services industry. He’ll discuss common financial third-party risk challenges and trends in the market, best practices and challenging scenarios from his career and how he resolved them.
As an attendee you’ll learn how his real-world third-party risk examples, best practices and recommendations can apply to your organization’s unique needs. Discover how to build and mature a successful third-party risk program in financial services by attending this educational webinar.
This free 1-hour webinar from Gigaom Research brings together leading minds in CRM for the financial services industry, featuring Gigaom head of research and CIO Tim Crawford joined by NextJ thought leaders in a roundtable discussion on how to transform customer engagement in financial services.
In today’s hyper-competitive business climate, companies are looking at differentiated services to build stronger relationships with their clients. Specifically, in the financial services industry, the competition for both commercial and retail products is fierce.
This webinar delves into the opportunities that come from domain expertise that industry-specific solutions deliver. In addition, we look at the ways that companies can develop differentiated services to build stronger relationships with their clients. We cover approaches specific to the financial services industry, including AI and machine learning, to better understand customers in ways that makes it hard for others to compete.
This 1-hour webinar will give attendees insights to:
•What are the challenges that financial services organization face today?
•What does ‘holistic view of the customer’ mean? (ecosystem)
•How does customer engagement and loyalty play a role?
•Does domain expertise in the financial services industry benefit CRM?
•CRM is not new. What is the value from an industry-specific CRM solution?
•How are regulatory/ compliance and KYC issues addressed?
•Is integration with other systems/ data sources a key issue?
•How does Machine Learning and AI fit in?
Social networks today are undergoing a massive paradigm shift when it comes to content moderation. From tragic shootings broadcast live on Facebook, to YouTube removing comments on children's videos due to child predator concerns, social platforms are under fire from users, governments, and law enforcement to adopt better technology and strengthen their content moderation practices.
It’s not all bad news. Business leaders have also realized that accurate, efficient moderation, coupled with positive reinforcement, can increase user retention and encourage growth.
But who is responsible for enforcing these policies and practices? How did hate speech, abuse, and extremism become the "cost of being online"? And how can like-minded businesses band together to raise the bar and make their social platforms engaging, safe for all users, and ultimately, more profitable?
Join Two Hat CEO and founder Chris Priebe and veteran analyst and market influencer Brian Solis for an insightful talk about the changing landscape of online conversations and the role of content moderation. Social abuse and objectionable materials need no longer be the price of admission.
Register today for this free event!
* How to start a dialogue in your organization around protecting your audience without imposing on free speech
* The business benefits of joining the growing movement to "raise the bar"
* Practical tips and content moderation strategies from industry veterans
* Why Two Hat’s blend of AI+HI (artificial intelligence + human interaction) is the first step towards solving today’s content moderation challenges
* Brian Solis, Principal Digital Analyst at Altimeter, author of "Lifescale"
Chris Priebe, CEO & founder of Two Hat Security
Augie Gonzalez, Director of Product Marketing, DataCore SoftwareApr 25 20196:00 pmUTC60 mins
The short half-life of data, quickly decaying from hot to warm to cold, governs how much you should spend on it throughout its stages.
Humans are poorly equipped to track the rapid temperature changes, much less capable of reacting to it. Consequently, largely dormant data consumes precious space on expensive storage, blowing up disk capacity and spiraling up costs.
In this webinar you’ll become acquainted with:
•Machine learning (ML) techniques that sense data temperature variations in real-time
•Artificial intelligence (AI) methods used to dynamically migrate data accordingly, between primary, secondary and cloud storage from different suppliers
•Relative distribution of storage tiers necessary for optimum savings
John Wasylyk, Senior Principal Scientist at Bristol-Myers Squibb and James Carriere, Product Line Manager at CoherentApr 26 20192:00 pmUTC75 mins
Low frequency Raman spectroscopy has been used to study various polymorphs and can be applied to the design of crystallization control strategy. Extending the low frequency spectral region to include the fingerprint region, provides access to collective vibrations of molecules in the amorphous and crystalline states and yields valuable insight when differentiation of various forms is quintessential. Whether during process development or production, low frequency Raman bands provide greater sensitivity for detecting the onset of crystallization and has allowed differentiation of crystal types when multiple forms are possible. Applying this to Quality by Design (QbD) studies brings an increase in process understanding leading to developing optimal control strategy and avoid the many pitfalls that can occur when scaled-up to the production environment. A recent applications of in-line crystallization processes provided insight into establishing the ideal crystallization control parameters. The parameters evaluated include temperature, mixing rate, seed levels and solvent variable. In-line and off-line QbD studies demonstrated both ideal and non-ideal conditions, ultimately yielding critical process knowledge. As a results of our studies, low frequency Raman has proven to be a valuable tool for at-line and on-line monitoring of active pharmaceutical ingredient crystallization and paves the way for robust production in a large scale facility.
Dr Marc Chaigneau - AFM/Raman Product ManagerApr 29 20192:00 pmUTC60 mins
Two-dimensional semiconductors, specifically the broad class of transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs), have attracted significant attention in the research community in recent years due to the wealth of interesting and potentially applicable phenomena observed in these materials. In order to control the performance of devices based on TMDs, it is important to characterize their properties at the scale relevant to the corresponding application, which in most cases today corresponds to a few tens of nanometres.
Conventional far-field photoluminescence (PL) and Raman imaging provide highly averaged information with spectral congestion. In contrast, the TEPL and TERS methods (tip-enhanced photoluminescence and tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy) performed with an AFM–Raman system, not limited by diffraction, provide substantial information related to the nanoscale optical properties of 2D materials with resolution down to a few nanometres.
In this webinar, we report on the application of scanning-probe microscopy (SPM) cross-correlated with TERS and TEPL measurements. The techniques are used to image various TMD (MoS2, WS2, MoSe2, WSe2) alloys and heterostructures, revealing detailed nanoscale features and unexpected heterogeneities. These variations in the nanoscale optical and chemical properties, correlated with the structural information obtained with SPM, can provide a better understanding of 2D TMD materials for the future development of highly efficient, flexible, lightweight optoelectronic devices.
Tyler Moffitt, Sr. Threat Research Analyst, WebrootApr 29 20193:00 pmUTC60 mins
Webroot conducted an extensive research on the Threat Landscape for 2019 and presented the findings in the recently published Webroot 2019 Threat Report.
A few of the key findings that will be covered during this webinar:
- 40% of malicious URLs were found on good domains
- 36% increase in the number of phishing attacks
- 93% of phishing domains offered an HTTPS site
- 54% of devices that got infected once were re-infected the same year
- 25 of the top recurring malicious IP addresses were reused 95 times
Join Webroot's Sr. Threat Research Analyst, Tyler Moffitt to learn about our threat discoveries and analysis to arm your business to overcome modern cybercrime.
Sinead Kelly, Product Manager at Pivotal and Alex Guedes, Platform Architect at PivotalApr 30 20198:30 amUTC60 mins
As the adoption of Kubernetes expands rapidly, organisations must get up to speed with a powerful and flexible but complex container orchestration system. Understanding how the configuration of Kubernetes clusters and the configuration of your workloads interact is important when setting up your platform for success.
This webinar will cover what you need to consider to get your different types of workloads up and running.
Join us to learn:
•What you need to think about before you configure your clusters and how Pivotal Container Service (PKS) can help
•How to configure your clusters for different types of workloads
•How to deploy those workloads so that they survive Kubernetes lifecycle events
•How to keep your workloads up and running so they can survive upgrades
Nicky Stewart, Commercial Director at UKCloudApr 30 201910:00 amUTC60 mins
Join our Commercial Director Nicky Stewart as she guides you through :
- What's new in G-Cloud
- Important G-Cloud Rules, Guidelines, Dates and Deadlines
and much more..
Fredrick Royan, Paul Hudson, Frost & Sullivan, Lauren Guy, CTO/Co-Founder, UTILISApr 30 20192:00 pmUTC60 mins
Non-revenue water loss across the globe is estimated to account for about $39 billion annually and there is a renewed urgency to address leakage in pipelines. North America and Europe are driving the market growth with other regions following suit. Digital transformation in water utilities is resulting in the deployment of analytic platforms for event and asset management. Multiple solutions, including both invasive (Smart Ball) and non-invasive (acoustic) sensors for leak detection, are seamlessly integrated into a single platform for leakage management. Water utilities demand accuracy and immediate results to facilitate urgent redressal and reduce non-revenue water losses.
• Learn about growth opportunities and regional hotspots
• Discover new solutions to add value that enables customer satisfaction
• Identify emerging technologies and their synergies
George Duke and Anais DivanachApr 30 20192:00 pmUTC30 mins
Amidst the backdrop of impending regulatory changes and shifting industry trends, Mintec analysts George Duke and Anais Divanach look at the factors driving recent price volatility across key finished goods including paper, plastics and metals, in order to help answer the question:
What is the impact of recent price movements on packaging costs for food manufacturers?
In just 30 minutes, this insightful webinar will cover:
- Recent price movements across key finished goods
- Market update & outlook for: metal, plastic and paper commodities
- Latest industry and consumer trends impacting this category
- The importance of tracking price volatility of packaging in food manufacturing
- Upcoming regulatory changes and their potential impact on supply chain & procurement
Vishvas Patel, VP Product & Chief Architect and Rao Cherukuri, CTOApr 30 20193:00 pmUTC60 mins
1. to use PKI for strong authentication, data encryption & code signing for IoT devices;
2. to establish identities to IoT Devices with unique characteristics and manage those identities at IoT scale without human intervention;
3. modern encryption techniques are used to establish a verifiable device identity and ensure that devices do not get compromised; and
4. IoT IAM can be used to operationalize trust and manage the provisioning of millions of devices with zero human intervention at IoT scale.
5. to enforce identity and access through online AND offline authentication
With over a billion connected devices worldwide, Internet of Things (IoT) security remains top concerns for companies of all sizes. The growth of ransomware and IoT-specific botnets such as Mirai and Reaper have heightened awareness and security concerns of IoT devices. Even though many organizations may not have been victimized by IoT security breaches yet, they must start assessing their IoT security strategy and how to leverage IoT IAM technologies to reduce IoT security risk.
Join this webinar to learn how you can leverage Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) with the scalability and automation for strong authentication and data protection through encryption. We will explore how this is relevant for different industries including national and local Government, Education and Healthcare.
Dr. Peter Grinspoon, Author of "Free Refills: A Doctor Confronts His Addiction."Apr 30 20195:00 pmUTC19 mins
In 2016, health care providers across the US wrote more than 214 million prescriptions for opioid pain medication—a rate of 66.5 prescriptions per 100 people - and more than 40% of all US overdose deaths involved a prescription opioid. But it doesn't have to be this way.
Tune into this interview with Dr. Peter Grinspoon as he discussed where have we come and what are the clinical needs now for advancing medical cannabis in opiate addiction and recovery.
Dr. Peter Grinspoon, M.D. is the author of "Free Refills: A Doctor Confronts His Addiction." He is a primary care physician at MGH in Boston, a former Associate Director for the Massachusetts Physician Health Service, and an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Grinspoon currently practices as a primary care physician at an inner-city clinic in Boston and is on staff at Massachusetts General Hospital. He teaches medicine at Harvard Medical School. He spent two years as an Associate Director for the Physician Health Service, part of the Massachusetts Medical Society, working with physicians who suffer from substance use disorders. Dr. Grinspoon graduated with honors in philosophy from Swarthmore College. Before medical school, he spent five years as a Campaign Director at Greenpeace, working on the nuclear-free seas campaign. He attended medical school at Boston University School of Medicine. His internship and residency were in Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Today he is proudly ten years clean.
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Jon Collins, Nigel KerstenApr 30 20195:00 pmUTC60 mins
This free 1-hour webinar from Gigaom Research brings together leading minds in DevOps, featuring Gigaom principal analyst Jon Collins and Puppet's Nigel Kersten in a discussion about the practicalities of delivering on the benefits of DevOps.
As increasing numbers of organizations look to DevOps as a way of delivering on their innovation and continuous delivery goals, they are confronted with many challenges — to the extent that they might conclude that DevOps isn’t for them. At the same time, decision makers looking to automate and simplify integration, test and deployment activities recognize that tools cannot be adopted in a vacuum.
So, how can organizations take a pragmatic position on DevOps, and what lessons can they learn about delivering both efficiency and effectiveness, and above all, make things simpler with DevOps automation?
In this webinar, we consider the options now available to simplify development and operations tasks. We look at the role and scope of model-driven management, for example where it needs to be supported by discrete activity. And overall, if DevOps is a journey, we consider lessons to be learned from those further down the path.
This 1-hour webinar will give attendees insights into:
What challenges are enterprises looking to address with DevOps today?
How can decision makers determine if DevOps is valid for their environments?
What automation options are available for those adopting DevOps practices?
Why are organizations adopting best-of-breed DevOps automation approaches?
How can decision makers navigate bureaucracy and demonstrate value?
What is the role of management data and visualization for development decisions?
Why are maturity models the wrong starting point for the DevOps journey?
Are there other factors to consider such as organization, process?
Advances in gene editing technologies have generated a great amount of interest within the scientific community over the past few years. In addition to the ability to make precise double stranded DNA cuts virtually anywhere in the human genome, new variations of these tools show promise in the ability to activate or repress the expression of individual genes. Besides the obvious interest in clinical applications for these tools, there are practical uses of these tools for modifying and improving in vitro cell-based assays in areas such as preclinical ADME/Tox. This webinar will highlight these recent advances in gene editing technology and provide several examples of how this technology has been applied to ADME/Tox assays, including intestinal, hepatic and renal proximal tubule cell lines.
Craig Darling, Health & Life Sciences, Microsoft and Richard Cramer, Chief Healthcare Strategist, InformaticaApr 30 20196:00 pmUTC60 mins
Healthcare is a highly regulated industry. Before migrating data to the cloud, you must have the right measures and framework in place—including HIPAA and HITRUST—to protect healthcare information and other sensitive data. Replacing an established on-premises enterprise data warehouse (EDW) is not as simple as moving data from an on-premises database to a database in the cloud; healthcare IT organizations require an incremental, well-governed, secure strategy based on a specific provider’s needs to rapidly deliver business results while ensuring minimal disruption to existing applications and analytic workloads.