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Wawa Breach May Have Compromised More Than 30 Million Payment Cards
"In late December 2019, fuel and convenience store chain Wawa Inc. said a nine-month-long breach of its payment card processing systems may have led to the theft of card data from customers who visited any of its 850 locations nationwide. Now, fraud experts say the first batch of card data stolen from Wawa customers is being sold at one of the underground’s most popular crime shops, which claims to have 30 million records to peddle from a new nationwide breach."
data  breaches  the  coming  storm  bebe  stores  breach  buca  di  beppo  gemini  advisory  hilton  hotels  joker's  stash  krystal  mastercard  mcalister's  deli  moe's  scholtzsky's 
10 weeks ago by jonerp
Takeaways from the $566M BriansClub Breach
"The sources I spoke with at smaller financial institutions found out about the cards they’d issued to customers that wound up in the BriansClub database by receiving alerts last week from Visa and MasterCard. Most of those sources seemed genuinely surprised at the number of cards exposed, and two sources at different credit unions each estimated they were previously unaware of about 80 percent of the cards listed in the alerts from the credit card companies."
a  little  sunshine  data  breaches  ne'er-do-well  news  andrei  barysevich  briansclub  breach  gemini  advisory  mastercard  visa 
october 2019 by jonerp
What Matters Most In Business Intelligence, 2019
"Improving revenues using BI is now the most popular objective in 2019, despite BI initially being positioned as a solution for compliance and risk management. Executive Management, Marketing/Sales, and Operations are driving the focus on improving revenues this year. Nearly 50% of enterprises now expect BI to deliver better decision making, making the areas of reporting, and dashboards must-have features. Interestingly, enterprises aren’t looking to BI as much for improving operational efficiencies and cost reductions or competitive advantages."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  analytics  bi  intelligence  dashboards  data  integration  dresner  advisory  associates  louis  columbus’  blog  manufacturing 
june 2019 by jonerp
Three Tests to Assess Your Customer Centricity-Beyond Lip Service
"Customers are a rich source of information and feedback. But often, that feedback feels like a burden if your organization is prepared to embrace it. I’ve talked to many companies that are worried about customer communities, because of the concern that customers will share bad experiences."
go-to-market  advisory  board  advocacy  customer  centricity  communities  experience  cx  enterprise  persona  ideal  profile  product  strategy 
december 2018 by jonerp
The State Of IoT Intelligence, 2018
"Manufacturers see IoT as the most critical to achieving their product quality, production scheduling and supply chain orchestration goals. Insurance industry leaders also view IoT as critical to operations as their business models are now concentrating on automating inventory and safety management. Insurance firms also track vehicles in shipping and logistics fleets to gain greater visibility into how route operations can be optimized at the lowest possible risk of accidents."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  analytics  and  big  data  dresner  advisory  services  industrial  internet  of  things  (iot)  iot  early  adopters 
november 2018 by jonerp
Where Business Intelligence Is Delivering Value In 2018
"Dashboards, reporting, end-user self-service, advanced visualization, and data warehousing are the top five most important technologies and initiatives strategic to BI in 2018."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  analytics  bi  intelligence  dresner  advisory  services  louis  columbus'  blog  predictive 
july 2018 by jonerp
The Linux Foundation and Its Critics
"Yet although Garrett’s criticisms were largely unsupported, they were repeated uncritically, including on the popular FOSS Force site, under the headline “Linux Foundation sells out.” The article attracted another series of criticisms altogether: that the Foundation had no interest in desktop Linux and was no more than “another corporate power play,” and that the community needed to fight the “hypocrisy” of corporations and ensure that they never controlled the direction of open source development."
analysis  culture  op-ed  top  stories  core  infrastructure  initiative  linux  foundation  technical  advisory  board  microsoft  open  source  communities  software  freedom  conservancy  tech 
may 2017 by jonerp

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