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5. Issuing an AI Prognosis: Insights from Bill Gatesโ€™ Annual Letter

In his annual end-of-year letter, Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft and a globally recognized philanthropist, offers his insights on the trajectory of technological advancement. Renowned for his foresight and deep involvement in tech innovation, Gates turns his attention to the much discussed and rapidly evolving field of Artificial Intelligence.

4. North Face Parent Company, VF Corp, Reports Security Breach

VF Corporation, a global apparel giant recognized for its iconic brands like North Face, Vans, Timberland, and Jansport, found itself at the center of a significant cybersecurity breach. On December 13, the company detected unauthorized activity within its information technology systems, signaling a material cyberattack. This breach, reported to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on the inaugural day of a new cyber incident reporting rule, involved a disruptive intrusion that encrypted portions of VFโ€™s IT infrastructure, leading to data theft, particularly personal information.

3. Wingstop Appoints New CIO Amid Big Internal Tech Changes

Wingstop has appointed a new Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President as the company shifts toward in-house tech from the online ordering technology, Olo.

2. Does Your Authority Align With Your Accountability

With the enforcement of the SECโ€™s new cybersecurity rules, CISOs at public companies are coming to grasp with a new level of accountability than they may have faced before. The SECโ€™s pursuit of personal liability against the CISO of SolarWinds only heightens the level of concern. These changes to regulations are causing companies to revise their corporate governance RACI (Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, Informed) charts to reflect the new requirements.

1. Technology Leaders Reveal Their Top-Read Books of 2023

As technology leaders, continual self-improvement through reading is imperative for driving innovation and strategic vision. Though each leadership journey is unique, we can all benefit from the hard-earned wisdom of those whoโ€™ve come before us. This year, we connected with our community of CIOs and technology executives again to uncover which books piqued their interest over the past year. While no list can capture all the books worth reading, we hope you find intellectual fuel here as we enter a new year of discovery.

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