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Hewlett Packard Enterprise said to be slashing 10% of its staff

One of several businesses to be spun out of HP, Hewlett Packard Enterprise offers cybersecurity, enterprise Wi-Fi, cloud, servers and other corporate tech.

Source: CNBC.com

Three big lessons we all need to learn from the Equifax data breach

Equifax breach: A greater emphasis on privacy would help create a culture that values security and is willing to put forth the effort to ensure it.

Source: CNBC.com

Islamic State backers find ephemeral platform in Instagram

With successive military defeats in Iraq and Syria, many of its recruits dead or on the run and its Twitter and Facebook accounts being shut down, the group's propaganda drive is increasingly homemade. They are using these stories because they know it is a safe channel to share information, "said Stroppa, who is also affiliated with the World Economic Forum.

Source: The Associated Press

Here are the top 10 major worries for global business leaders right now

Businesses are increasingly worried about the potential for cyber and other technology-related risks that may threaten their ability to operate.

Source: CNBC.com

Unemployment is biggest risk for business -World Economic Forum survey

LONDON, Sept 20- Unemployment is the biggest risk for businesses globally, according to a World Economic Forum survey of business leaders published on Wednesday. The survey of 12,411 executives across 136 countries provides a backdrop for the World Economic Forum's Global Risks report published shortly before its annual January meeting in Davos,...

Source: Reuters

Norwegian foreign minister to head World Economic Forum

COPENHAGEN, Denmark— Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg says her foreign minister will become the new president of the World Economic Forum but will not immediately resign as head of Norway's diplomacy. The 51- year-old Brende, a member of Solberg's Conservative Party, has been central in talks between the Colombian government and leftist rebels in what...

Source: The Associated Press

Norway foreign minister becomes president of World Economic Forum

OSLO, Sept 15- Norway's Foreign Minister Boerge Brende has resigned from his position to become president of the World Economic Forum, he told a news conference on Friday. Brende will keep his position until mid-October. Prime Minister Erna Solberg won re-election on Monday and is in talks to other parties to form a new government.

Source: Reuters

Meg Whitman is joining Dropbox’s board

The HPE exec was recently in the running for Uber CEO.

Source: Recode

Report: Women expect to catch up to (or pass) the number of men holding executive roles

Women business owners see some cracks in the glass ceiling, according to the 2017 Bank of America Women Business Owner Spotlight study.

Source: CNBC.com

Deep Instinct Strengthens C-Suite with Senior Vice President of Sales for North America

Appointment of David Roth continues momentum in NA for the company. PALO ALTO, Calif.---- Deep Instinct, the first company to apply deep learning to cybersecurity, announced today the appointment of David Roth to Senior Vice President of Sales for North America. He will report directly to Deep Instinct’ s CEO, Guy Caspi.

Source: Business Wire