Profile of Pam BakerAuthor and freelance writer
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Pam Baker is author of Data Divination: Big Data Strategies, which met with rave reviews and is currently being used in universities as a textbook for both business and tech courses. It's also sold to business audiences in the general market. The US Chamber of Commerce and other leading business associations around the world have included her book in recommended reading lists for members.
Baker is a veteran, award-winning freelance journalist with thousands of published articles to her credit in many print and online publications, such as CIO, FierceBigData, Institutional Investor, ReadWriteWeb, The Economist Intelligence Unit, and ITWorld. Formerly she was editor of ABI Research's Wireless IQ and Telematics Journal.
She has served as a contracted analyst for VisionGain and Evans Research on a variety of tech topics. Baker is a prolific writer and analyst "suffering from intense curiosity in all things" and is a member of The National Press Club and The Internet Press Guild (IPG). She is based in Columbus, GA and spends her free time traveling, reading sci-fi, patio gardening, and hanging out at the beach. She can be reached at [email protected] Follow her on Twitter, and find her on LinkedIn
Articles by Pam Baker
posted in November 2015
Marketers are after every scrap of customer data they can get, in hopes of increasing their company's sales. Do you know they may be putting you at risk in the process? In the last of our three-part series on cyberwar, learn what IT needs to know about potential security threats rising from companies' marketing habits.
When you hear the term cyberwar, you think about threats to government, but private sector companies are also at risk. In the second of our three-part series on cyberwarfare, we identify three vulnerabilities and offer IT leaders suggestions on what to do about them.
Are we at risk of being victims or casualties in a government cyberwar? In the first of this three-part series, we explore what the experts say about the current state of cyberwar -- and what it means to IT departments everywhere.