Cortex XDR

This paper describes the thorniest challenges security analysts confront, including a deluge of alerts and complex investigation processes that can overwhelm even the most mature security operations centers (SOCs). It then proposes a framework to tackle every stage of security operations with Cortex XDR™ for detection and response. As the specters of malware, targeted attacks, … Continue reading Cortex XDR

Service Brief: Security Operations

Organizations are making significant investments in technology and people to defend against cyber threats. However, many security leaders still express frustration in their security posture and worry about risk of exposure and their ability to respond to threats. Our clients want to mature and optimize their security operations while gaining confidence that the business is … Continue reading Service Brief: Security Operations

The soccer ball gets a radical redesign

No inflator? No problem! Soccer is the world’s most popular sport in part because all you need is some grass and a ball to play. But while a $12 soccer ball doesn’t sound very expensive to those of us in the United States, for much of the developing world, it is—costing more than a family’s … Continue reading The soccer ball gets a radical redesign

Why remote work may render the 5-day workweek obsolete

During the conventional 5-day week, most workers’ productivity levels gradually drop off as they move closer to the weekend, signaling the format may be outdated. A little over one hundred years ago, a New England mill instituted the five-day workweek to accommodate Jewish and Christian day of rest observances. The masses followed suit. This five … Continue reading Why remote work may render the 5-day workweek obsolete

Biden has inherited the worst health crisis in memory. Can he turn it around?

The administration has released a flurry of new executive orders and has ambitious plans for a COVID-19 relief package. Experts are optimistic these efforts could turn the tide. “I promise you, we will be judged, you and I, by how we resolve these cascading crises of our era. Will we rise to the occasion, is … Continue reading Biden has inherited the worst health crisis in memory. Can he turn it around?

The 14 most important books for designers to read right now

Experts from IDEO, Adobe, SVA, HOK, Designer Fund, and more share book recommendations for designers who want to expand their horizons in 2021 and beyond. Designers in 2021 face some of the biggest challenges of their careers as they help rebuild a society torn asunder by COVID-19, economic inequality, racial injustice, and climate change. Looking … Continue reading The 14 most important books for designers to read right now

How to deal with feelings of uncertainty

When things feel unstable for long periods of time, we need different coping techniques. The human brain is a prediction engine. A lot of the knowledge that you gain from experience is used to figure out what is likely to happen next. When you walk into a conference room before the start of a meeting … Continue reading How to deal with feelings of uncertainty

How will undocumented immigrants get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Undocumented immigrants face unique legal and linguistic barriers that may hinder their chances of getting vaccinated. And that endangers the whole population. Over the past year, coronavirus infections have skyrocketed in meat-processing plants. About 8% of all U.S. cases early in the pandemic were linked to outbreaks at those sites. Factories, forced to stay open … Continue reading How will undocumented immigrants get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Try these 3 tactics to boost your personal productivity

A former ‘Lifehacker’ staff writer reveals his most important insight on productivity. In 2007, Marc Andreessen advocated having no schedule. At the time, he thought that working on whatever is most important or interesting whenever he wanted would make him happier, save him time, and enable greater flow states.Read Full Story

2021 Credit Union and Banking Outlook for Lending eBook

We can all agree 2020 was nothing like what we expected. Case in point: TIME magazine proclaimed 2020 to be “the worst year ever.” The COVID-19 pandemic threw everyone for a loop, and there were more twists and turns than most of us would have liked. The implementation of CDC guidelines for social distancing and … Continue reading 2021 Credit Union and Banking Outlook for Lending eBook

CCH Accounting Research Manager – A Closer Look: Recent SEC Regulations

A Closer Look reviews a number of significant rule changes recently issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that have a direct impact on company financial reporting within filings made with the SEC. Readers should consider these new rules and revisit their current disclosures to make sure they are prepared to implement them. Key … Continue reading CCH Accounting Research Manager – A Closer Look: Recent SEC Regulations

How to Use Scoring to Simplify Complex Business Rules in Process Automation

In this white paper, you’ll learn: The three things that comprise a complex scoring decision Strategies for applying complex scoring rules effectively Proper ways to combine and connect rules, and best practices for each Why understanding the rule logic is vital and how to apply proper weights The mechanics of a rules stack in overall … Continue reading How to Use Scoring to Simplify Complex Business Rules in Process Automation