Monthly Archives: December 2016

Moving the DXL story forward

Over the course of 2016, McAfee has been progressing a story and supporting a technical strategy that addresses the challenges of a rapidly changing risk landscape.  In recent years at McAfee’s annual security conference, FOCUS, we’ve seen Chris Young, Brian Dye and others mature a narrative that started with more integrated products, and then an integration framework with the Data Exchange Layer (DXL) and now a DXL that’s going to be released as open source.

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2017 predictions: Looking forward to a new year in cyber security

As another busy year in cyber security draws to an end, our team shares their thoughts on the trends and issues we should keep an eye out for in 2017.  How can we stay protected against the latest threats? I asked our experts for their views and we’d be interested to hear your predictions too…

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The candidate driven market: Why companies should embrace it

Talent. It’s not necessarily hard to find, but to tempt that talent away from their current employer, well that’s another matter. The most successful team members in any organization are exactly that; successful. Their W2s are off the charts, colleagues, both former and current rave about their skills, and customers welcome them with open arms. So, if your market is booming and anyone who’s anyone is hiring, why would a talented person leave their current role? And more importantly, why would they join your company?

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Your chair exists within a room

Lola Oyelayo was formerly Director of Strategy & User Experience at Head, and a few weeks ago I was lucky enough to see her excellent talk on Wicked Problems at NUX5. I was even luckier to have the opportunity to chat to her the evening before about how designers can tackle complex problems in digital projects.

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