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Jasmine W. Gordon

Jasmine W. Gordon

Jasmine W. Gordon (née Jasmine Henry) is a Seattle-based tech writer, essayist, and big data consultant with professional interests in energy, data analytics, and big data technologies. She holds a MS in Informatics & Analytics from Lipscomb University in Nashville, where she also completed a graduate certificate in Health Care Informatics.

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  • ARTICLES FROM JASMINE W. GORDON

Security

November 2, 2018 | 5 minute read

The Wolf vs. the Fixer: 4 data breach response wins

When the Wolf attacks your network, you'll need a strong data breach response plan to beat him back. Learn how to become like the Fixer and stay secure.

Security

October 31, 2018 | 4 minute read

What cybersecurity trends should you watch out for in 2019?

Take a hype-free look at 2019's likely biggest cybersecurity trends and threats, and learn how you can respond with a smart cybersecurity strategy.

Security

October 19, 2018 | 4 minute read

Go undercover with big data to boost your competitive intelligence

Here are three spy tools you'll need in IT to ethically understand competitive intelligence and put your team at an advantage.

Innovation

October 16, 2018 | 5 Minute Read

IT's identity crisis: What's my job again?

The tech industry is officially in crisis—full-blown identity crisis. Here's how IT can shift from order-takers to strategists and prove the value of IT.

Security

October 12, 2018 | 5 minute read

Fight back against hackers with predictive analysis

Cybercrime is more varied and complex than ever. The predictive analysis techniques used by one researcher of serial killers could be your only hope.

Security

October 5, 2018 | 5 minute read

Can criminology explain hackers' motivations behind cybercrime?

Ever wondered about hackers' motivations? A new research report uses criminology theory to explore what drives people to hack—and how to protect yourself.