By Paul van Kessel, Global Leader, Cybersecurity services — EY Advisory. Every CIO must have an incident response program as part of their cybersecurity strategy. I stressed the word “must” deliberately because your organization will undoubtedly be hacked one day — if it hasn’t been hacked already.
By Tony Klimas, Global Finance Practice Leader, EY. In my previous post, I discussed how CIOs and CFOs can work together to aid the introduction of the latest technology into the larger enterprise, including the CFO’s key role in supporting the investment decision process. However, new technology investments only drive value if the people using … More The CIO’s role in making the finance function’s hunt for digital-literate talent less exhausting
By Frank Thewihsen, Partner, Advisory, Ernst & Young GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft. Additive manufacturing, better known in the market as 3D printing (3DP), has been evolving over the past 30 years and is now largely being adopted by an increasing number of major companies. Adoption rates are increasing as companies are realizing the benefits of 3DP, with … More How 3D printing is moving into the CIO’s agenda
Astin Thomas, Chief Information Officer of KBC Advanced Technologies plc., writes about the CIO’s role in improving profit margins by leveraging the internet of things. As we all know, data is undoubtedly a valuable business asset. But data is of no use if it can’t be converted to information that educates, inspires and guides businesses. … More The power of the IoT: how oil and gas CIOs can introduce intelligence into the supply chain