In part 3 of this series, Deepak Thaper follows on from his basics of digital transformation to look at the strategy and journey through digital tr
Cybersecurity is becoming a matter of good corporate governance, good ethics, and quite simply – good business by Jean-Christophe Gaillard
Cybersecurity has risen as a key issue on the radar of virtually all organisations.
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In part 2 of this series, Deepak Thaper follows on from his basics of digital transformation to look at the strategy and journey through transforma
In 1837, Hans Christian Andersen wrote the short story called ‘The emperor’s new clothes’ a tale about two weavers who create a beautiful new suit
Cybersecurity is in the process of becoming an essential component of any organisation’s digital transformation journey.
Well, this statement is true for Disney, Nestle, Apple, Amazon and other leaders as they focused mostly on the customer/user experience.
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Many years ago, as a young brewery sales manager, I was talking to the new transport manager who'd recently taken over from someone who’d “been the
Many CIOs and CISOs would have come across this situation after an incident, a serious near-miss or a bad audit report: Suddenly, money and resourc
We all seem to be so busy these days, what with digitization (including digital tax reporting); coping with the current economic situation; whilst
A painfully recurrent complaint among Chief Information Security Officers (CISO) is the disconnect between what they were promised during the recru
For a while now, I have been helping companies to transition into an automated world where our human intellect is driven up the ladder by freeing u
Although it seems to vary depending on industry sectors, it is supported by vast amounts of anecdotal evidence and it matches our field experience
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