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UK telecoms companies face fines of up to 10% of turnover for failing to protect networks against cyber attacks This article is sponsored by:

Up until now telecoms security was governed by the companies themselves - but new powers will be given to communications regulator Ofcom.

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Enterprise hits and misses - customer success needs a debate, but the metaverse doesn't need blockchains This article is sponsored by:

This week - I try to ignite a passionate debate on customer success; will I succeed? Also: services firms face business model implosion. The metaverse is about (virtual) identity, but that doesn't mean it's about blockchain. In the weekly whiffs, I hand out a well-earned hypocrisy award.

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Enterprise hits and misses - IT leaders face the recession question, digital consumers change things up, and composable apps make their case This article is sponsored by:

This week - the recession may not be a done deal, but it's time for IT leaders to respond. Composable apps have fallen short before - but is this their time? Security flaws at Experian (again), and AI Copilot gets an open source debate. In the whiffs, I put the North Star buzzword out of commission.

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Enterprise hits and misses - blockchains are mutable, sentient AI is debatable, and retailers face loyalty and price tensions This article is sponsored by:

This week - will retailers salvage a volatile 2022 with a holiday surge? Plus: blockchain security gets called out, as does TikTok on data privacy. Big tech is still quiet on data privacy, and supply chain leaders face the analytical whip. As always, your weekly whiffs.

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Planning for a ransomware attack - an enterprise 'to do' list for self-protection This article is sponsored by:

Is your organization ready to cope with the fall-out from a ransomware attack? Here are some questions to ask and some actions to take. It's a long read, but a vital one.

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Preventing ERP security breaches - can automating security make a difference against zero day attacks? This article is sponsored by: Avantra logo

Avantra CEO John Appleby is skeptical that CIOs are prepared for zero day ERP security breaches. It's time to prioritize security automation.

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Should CFOs be a factor in DEI, sustainability, and cybersecurity? Sage's Judy Romano responds to fresh data This article is sponsored by:

Just when CFOs had enough on their plate, the plot changes. Sage's Redefined CFO report points towards CFOs taking active roles in cybersecurity, sustainability, diversity/inclusion and more. For context, I spoke to Judy Romano, Sage VP and CFO, North America.

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