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Question: 169
What log file would you search to verify if you suspect there is a problem interpreting a regular expression in a
monitor stanza?
A. btool.log
B. metrics.log
C. splunkd.log
D. tailing_processor.log
Answer: C
Question: 170
Which Splunk tool offers a health check for administrators to evaluate the health of their
Splunk deployment?
A. btool
B. DiagGen
C. SPL Clinic
D. Monitoring Console
Answer: D
Question: 171
In a four site indexer cluster, which configuration stores two searchable copies at the origin site, one searchable copy
at site2, and a total of four searchable copies?
A. site_search_factor = origin:2, site1:2, total:4
B. site_search_factor = origin:2, site2:1, total:4
C. site_replication_factor = origin:2, site1:2, total:4
D. site_replication_factor = origin:2, site2:1, total:4
Answer: B
Question: 172
A multi-site indexer cluster can be configured using which of the following? (Select all that apply.)
A. Via Splunk Web.
B. Directly edit SPLUNK_HOME/etc/system/local/server.conf
C. Run a splunk edit cluster-config command from the CLI.
D. Directly edit SPLUNK_HOME/etc/system/default/server.conf
Answer: BC
Question: 173
A Splunk architect has inherited the Splunk deployment at Buttercup Games and end users are complaining that the
events are inconsistently formatted for a web sourcetype. Further investigation reveals that not all web logs flow
through the same infrastructure: some of the data goes through heavy forwarders and some of the forwarders are
managed by another department. Which of the following items might be the cause for this issue?
A. The search head may have different configurations than the indexers.
B. The data inputs are not properly configured across all the forwarders.
C. The indexers may have different configurations than the heavy forwarders.
D. The forwarders managed by the other department are an older version than the rest.
Answer: C
Question: 174
A customer has installed a 500GB Enterprise license. They also purchased and installed a 300GB, no enforcement
license on the same license master. How much data can the customer ingest before search is locked out?
A. 300GB. After this limit, search is locked out.
B. 500GB. After this limit, search is locked out.
C. 800GB. After this limit, search is locked out.
D. Search is not locked out. Violations are still recorded.
Answer: D
Question: 175
What does the deployer do in a Search Head Cluster (SHC)? (Select all that apply.)
A. Distributes apps to SHC members.
B. Bootstraps a clean Splunk install for a SHC.
C. Distributes non-search related and manual configuration file changes.
D. Distributes runtime knowledge object changes made by users across the SHC.
Answer: AC
Question: 176
When using the props.conf LINE_BREAKER attribute to delimit multi-line events, the SHOULD_LINEMERGE
attribute should be set to what?
A. Auto
B. None
C. True
D. False
Answer: C
Question: 177
Which of the following should be included in a deployment plan?
A. Business continuity and disaster recovery plans.
B. Current logging details and data source inventory.
C. Current and future topology diagrams of the IT environment.
D. A comprehensive list of stakeholders, either direct or indirect.
Answer: D
Question: 178
Which of the following will cause the greatest reduction in disk size requirements for a cluster of N indexers running
Splunk Enterprise Security?
A. Setting the cluster search factor to N-1.
B. Increasing the number of buckets per index.
C. Decreasing the data model acceleration range.
D. Setting the cluster replication factor to N-1.
Answer: A
Question: 179
Stakeholders have identified high availability for searchable data as their top priority. Which of the following best
addresses this requirement?
A. Increasing the search factor in the cluster.
B. Increasing the replication factor in the cluster.
C. Increasing the number of search heads in the cluster.
D. Increasing the number of CPUs on the indexers in the cluster.
Answer: A
Question: 180
Search dashboards in the Monitoring Console indicate that the distributed deployment is approaching its capacity.
Which of the following options will provide the most search performance improvement?
A. Replace the indexer storage to solid state drives (SSD).
B. Add more search heads and redistribute users based on the search type.
C. Look for slow searches and reschedule them to run during an off-peak time.
D. Add more search peers and make sure forwarders distribute data evenly across all indexers.
Answer: C
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The biggest enterprise technology M&A deals of the year

Cisco’s $28 billion offer for enterprise cloud protection company Splunk is the biggest enterprise software deal so far in 2023, while last year’s biggest, Broadcom’s $61 billion acquisition of VMware, is creeping closer to securing regulatory approval.

There was a sharp decline in software merger and acquisition activity in the second quarter of 2023, after limited signs of a recovery in the first quarter. Deal values for Q2 were down 85% year-on-year, compared to a 52% drop in Q1. Deal numbers also declined in Q2, after a small rise in Q1, according to risk and financial advisor Kroll.

One reason deals are getting smaller is that buyers are less willing to bet on future growth, and so ratios of enterprise value to revenue are getting smaller. Kroll noted that the ratio for ERP and supply chain management software vendors dropped from 11.0 in December 2021 to a low of 7.1 in December 2022, recovering slightly to 7.4 in June 2023. Over the same period the EV-to-revenue ratio for HCM software vendors dropped from 11.3 to 6.5 and for financial and accounting software vendors from 12.0 to 6.3. Vertical software vendors, already valued less highly, saw their EV-to-revenue ratio decline from 4.4 to 2.7 over the same period.

Software-as-a-service (SaaS) vendors have also seen their valuations crash. After a euphoric period early in the COVID-19 pandemic, when the median EV-to-revenue ratio for SaaS companies topped 15, it had dropped below 10 by December 2021 and was as low as 5.9 in June 2023.

Despite the broader slump in valuations, there have still been a handful of billion-dollar-plus enterprise technology M&A deals thus far in 2023, including the acquisitions of Splunk, Qualtrics, Apptio, MosaicML, and Software AG.

For CIOs, these deals can disrupt strategic rollouts, spell a need to pivot to a new solution, signal sunsetting of essential technology, provide new opportunities to leverage newly synergized systems, and be a bellwether of further shifts to come in the IT landscape. Keeping on top of activity in this area can help your company make the most of emerging opportunities and steer clear of issues that often arise when vendors combine.

Here rounds up of some of the most significant tech M&As of 2023 to date that could impact IT.

October 2023

Atlassian pays almost $1B for Loom

Atlassian, the developer of work management tools such as Jira, Confluence, and Trello, has agreed to acquire video messaging platform Loom for $975 million in stock and cash. It’s betting big that workers will prefer to send one another asynchronous video messages rather than text.

AMD plans to acquire AI software company

Chipmaker AMD is taking a leaf out of rival Nvidia’s playbook with a plan to buy AI software developer for an undisclosed sum. Nvidia has turned itself into a trillion-dollar company by building a full stack of generative AI models, tools to create them, and hardware to run them. In contrast to Nvidia’s proprietary software approach, AMD is pinning its hopes on an open-source strategy to drive demand for its hardware.

September 2023

Cisco to pay $28B for Splunk

Enterprise and cloud protection company Splunk could be part of Cisco a year from now, following a $28 billion bid from the networking equipment vendor. CEO Chuck Robbins sees the acquisition as a way for Cisco to expand its existing security products into a full-stack observability platform. He expects to close the deal by October 2024.

SAP adds LeanIX to its software portfolio

SAP is adding enterprise architecture management specialist LeanIX to its software stable. SAP is hoping that LeanIX’s AI-powered tool can help customers move off its legacy ERP system and onto S/4HANA in the cloud. exact research by LeanIX showed that only 12% of SAP customers have completed their move to the cloud, eight years after S/4HANA was released and just four years before SAP ends mainstream support for its predecessor, ECC6.

Akeneo buys Unifai to clean up product catalogs

Product information management (PIM) specialist Akeneo has acquired Unifai, which uses AI for data collection, cleansing, and categorization. Akeneo plans to roll Unifai’s tools into its Product Cloud offering, where it will help with provider data onboarding and pricing integration.

Rocket Software integrates tcVision developer BOS

Rocket Software, the company that lost out in July’s bidding war for Software AG, has landed on another acquisition target. On Sept. 7, it bought BOS, a German developer of data integration tools, including tcVision, which has been renamed Rocket Data Replicate and Sync. The deal will help Rocket round out its portfolio of mainframe modernization tools.

August 2023

IFS buys Falkonry to boost its ERP asset management services

IFS has agreed to acquire Falkonry, developer of an AI-based time-series data analytics tool. IFS plans to incorporate it into its ERP platform to boost its enterprise asset management (EAM) services capabilities.

Broadcom closes in on VMware acquisition

Broadcom secured approval for its $61 billion acquisition of VMware from the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority on Aug. 21, five weeks after gaining similar approval from the European Commission, the EU’s antitrust regulator. However, the company still needs the go-ahead from Chinese regulators for the bid, which it launched way back in May 2022. Broadcom representatives are still confident the deal will close by the end of the company’s fiscal year on Oct. 30, 2023.

Adobe-Figma deal runs into regulatory trouble

Adobe’s plan to buy one of the largest rivals to its online design tool Creative Cloud is having less luck with competition regulators. On Aug. 7 the European Commission called in Adobe’s September 2022 agreement to buy Figma for $20 billion for a full investigation, while the UK Competition and Markets Authority said in late June that it would oppose the deal unless Adobe made undertakings to avoid the deal resulting in a substantial lessening of competition. The US Department of Justice is also said to be considering an antitrust lawsuit to block the deal. Figma is more often seen in the art department than the IT department, but with Adobe also a big player in customer data platforms, CIOs will be wary of the company getting an even bigger hold on their cloud software spend.

ServiceNow partners in Scandinavia and Germany merge

The Cloud People (TCP), a ServiceNow partner based in Norway, has acquired its German counterpart Nuvolax. The deal nets TCP a delivery center in Brazil, giving it 24-hour service coverage and opening up access to the US market, where it has growth ambitions.

July 2023

Teradata acquires Stemma to enhance analytics

Teradata has bought Stemma, the three-year-old developer of an AI-based data exploration tool, to accelerate its Vantage self-service analytics platform.

ServiceNow agrees to buy retail data platform G2K

ServiceNow is Preparing to sprinkle some more AI magic on its automation of workflows in the retail industry. It has agreed to buy G2K, the developer of the Parsifal data platform, which the company says can analyze the movement of customers and products around stores.

Silver Lake buys majority stake in Software AG

Software AG, the German maker of tools for managing IoT data, APIs, and legacy mainframe apps, looks set to become part of Silver Lake, which also owns stakes in Airtable, Celonis, Qualtrics and Splunk. The investment fund secured a 63% stake in the company, valuing it at $2.4 billion, after a bidding war that pitted it against mainframe modernization firm Rocket Software. Prior to the deal, Software AG’s largest shareholder was a foundation, SAGST, created by one of its founders: SAGST’s 30% holding had for years protected the company from takeovers, but in April the foundation agreed to sell most of its stake to Silver Lake. Sanjay Brahmawar, CEO of Software AG since August 2018, said the company will benefit from the stability and certainty provided by a single major shareholder.

June 2023

IBM offers $4.6 billion for Apptio

IBM has agreed to buy cloud cost control specialist Apptio from private equity firm Vista, which has owned it since 2018. IBM plans to roll Apptio’s offering into its IT automation portfolio — AIOps, Instana and Turbonomics, — to help enterprises optimize both application cost and application performance from a single control center. The acquisition will also give IBM access to anonymized data on $450 billion of IT spending that it can use to train AI tools for further optimization.

FTC case against Microsoft’s $68.7 billion bid for Activision Blizzard reaches court

The US Federal Trade Commission has aired its concerns about Microsoft’s plans to acquire games developer Activision Blizzard in a US federal court, six months after it sought an injunction to stop the deal and 18 months after the companies announced it. Microsoft’s bid, a whopping $68.7 billion, dwarfs even the $19.7 billion it paid for Nuance Communications in 2021 or the $26.2 billion it paid for LinkedIn in 2018.

Activision Blizzard’s apps are not typically authorized on enterprise networks, but when the deal was first announced, it seemed there was a chance its technology for creating and animating virtual worlds could make it into the workplace. Back then, Microsoft said the acquisition would give it the building blocks for the metaverse. However, since then Microsoft has laid off 100 staff in its industrial metaverse unit, essentially closing it down.

While regulators in the European Union and South Africa have now approved the deal, the FTC and the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority are still against it.

Databricks buys MosaicML for $1.3 billion

Generative AI is a hot commodity these days, and Databricks for one can’t get enough of it. In addition to developing its own large language model (LLM) based on open data, Dolly, it has now acquired MosaicML, the creator of two open source models, MPT-7B and MPT-30B. With the acquisition, Databricks hopes to make it easier for enterprises to build large language models based on their own data.

Silver Lake buys Qualtrics for $12.5 billion

Qualtrics has changed hands again. SAP acquired it for $8 billion in 2018, but the graft didn’t take, and SAP soon sold a minority stake. Now Silver Lake and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board have snapped up the whole company. The deal closed June 28. SAP will remain a go-to-market partner of Qualtrics and service their joint customers.

Data center operator nLighten has bought Euclyde, owner of six data centers in neighboring France. One of nLighten’s goals with the acquisition is to reduce its carbon footprint: in France 70% of electricity comes from nuclear power stations, while in nLighten’s home country, Germany, around one-third of it comes from coal, which has the highest carbon intensity of all electricity sources.

HCM vendor UKG buys payroll provider Immedis

UKG’s cloud-based HCM software already delivers a wide range of functions to some enterprise HR departments. Now it is now adding to those capabilities with the acquisition of Immedis, which helps enterprises and mid-size companies operating in more than one country to manage payroll across borders. UKG plans to integrate the new functionality into its software suite as UKG One View later this year.

IBM buys French cloud services firm Agyla

Looking to Strengthen its offering for French clients, IBM has agreed to buy Agyla, a provider cloud platform engineering services. It plans to incorporate Agyla into its IBM Consulting division.

May 2023

Survey company Momentive says yes to STG deal

Symphony Technology Group has closed its acquisition of Momentive (formerly SurveyMonkey) for $1.5 billion. STG’s portfolio also includes ERP vendor CAI Software and a stake in cybersecurity firm RSA.

Snowflake adds Neeva’s generative AI to its data warehouse platform

Snowflake has acquired Neeva, a small startup that used generative AI to Strengthen the search experience. The deal came just days after Neeva closed its subscription-based, ad-free search engine. Building a search experience people were willing to pay for, while hard, turned out to be the easy part, according to a farewell blog post from Neeva’s founders: “Convincing users to pay for a better experience was actually a less difficult problem compared to getting them to try a new search engine in the first place.” Now it’s up to Snowflake to convince its customers to change.

IBM to automate cloud data protection with Polar Security acquisition

Data security posture management specialist Polar Security will soon be part of IBM, which plans to integrate the Israeli company into its Guardium range of data security products. There, it will help IBM customers pinpoint security risks and compliance violations. IBM didn’t say how much it had paid for the company, but Israeli news site Tech12 put the price at $60 million.

Databricks buys Okera to keep tabs on LLMs

Databricks has been encouraging enterprises to experiment with large language models, offering one of its own, Dolly, as open source. Now it’s offering its customers a way to keep such models under control with the acquisition of LLM governance specialist Okera.

April 2023

Ciphr adds diversity with Marshall acquisition

Marshall E-learning, a provider of diversity and inclusion training, is now part of Ciphr, a UK-based HR SaaS platform. Ciphr expects the deal will enable it to expand its existing online learning offering.

March 2023

Vista buys Equity Partners buys insurance software firm Duck CreekQuantive buys OKR consulting firm

Following its acquisition of consulting firm AuxinOKR, strategy execution platform Quantive is rolling out a new consulting division to support enterprises adopting its tools for measuring business results.

Quantexa is loving the Aylien

Quantexa has acquired Aylien, a Dublin-based natural language processing firm specializing in risk management and market insight. It will use Aylien’s NLP skills to enhance its AI-based decision intelligence tools for the finance industry.

Capita lays off employment screening business

Matrix SCM, a British IT staffing agency, has acquired Security Watchdog, a provider of employment screening services, from Capita, the giant IT services business. It’s part of a broader sell-off for Capita, which also let go of three other human resources companies in March: Capita Resourcing, HR Solutions, and ThirtyThree. Capita is selling non-core businesses to reduce its debts and refocusing on public sector and customer experience work.

Key secures Rocket

Mainframe software developer Rocket Software has bought mainframe security specialist Key Resources. The deal will enable Rocket to offer additional security-related services to the mainframe users it works with.

February 2023

Thomas Bravo manages $8B spend on Coupa Software

Coupa Software, a provider of business spend management tools, has been acquired by investment firm Thomas Bravo in an $8 billion deal. Abu Dhabi Investment Authority has taken a minority stake. Thomas Bravo also owns business payments company BottomLine, open finance platform Solifi, data management tool Talend and a raft of security and identity management software companies.

Arm sells software arm

Processor designer Arm has sold Forge, its suite of software development tools for high-performance computing, to Linaro, which develops and supports a range of other Arm-specific software for enterprises. Arm originally acquired Forge in 2016 to support its entry into the HPC market.

Accenture buys Morphus, adds new South-American cybersecurity center

With its acquisition of Brazilian cybersecurity and threat intelligence provider Morphus, Accenture has added a new site from which to supervise its offering of managed security services and advanced analytics. The cyber fusion center in Fortaleza, Brazil, was previously Morphus Labs.

January 2023

OpenText buys Micro Focus for $5.8 billion

OpenText has closed its acquisition of Micro Focus, a vendor of mainframe modernization and application portfolio management tools. OpenText’s first move on completing the deal was to begin laying off staff. It announced an 8% reduction in workforce to realize $400 million in annual cost savings to help finance the $5.8 million purchase, which it first announced in August 2022.

Dell buys Cloudify

After selling off its stake in VMware, Dell is moving back into the cloud software business with the acquisition of Cloudify. The Israeli startup has developed a cloud orchestration platform to help devops teams automate provisioning.

McKinsey buys machine MLops platform Iguazio

McKinsey is adding to its stable of machine learning experts with the acquisition of software developer Iguazio. In time, it plans to integrate it into QuantumBlack, a McKinsey business unit that has specialized in AI for the last decade. Iguazio is the developer of a commercial MLops platform and two open-source tools: MLRun, for ML pipeline orchestration, and Nuclio, which offers real-time serverless functions for automating application deployment.

HPE buys Pachyderm to automate ML development

Pachyderm, a developer of data pipeline automation tools used in training machine learning models, is now part of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. The company’s software will become part of the HPE Machine Learning Development Environment.

Quantum fusion: IonQ ties up with Entangled Networks

With each of the handful of companies developing quantum computers betting on a different architecture, a cross-platform quantum computing operating system is still a way off. That’s why quantum hardware companies like IonQ are developing their own software tools too. To speed up the process, IonQ has acquired Entangled Networks, a developer of software optimization tools for quantum computers, and is building a new Canadian subsidiary around the software team.

Two ServiceNow partners tie the knot

ServiceNow solutions provider Thirdera has acquired another ServiceNow partner, SilverStorm Solutions, to expand its reach in Europe. Thirdera also operates in South America. Combined, the two ServiceNow Elite-level partners have over 900 employees.

December 2022

IBM buys Octo Consulting Group

Appropriately enough for its eighth deal of 2022, IBM’s latest acquisition is called Octo Consulting Group. Not to be confused with Octo Technology, a French consulting company bought by Accenture in 2017, IBM’s Octo is a US company specializing in government IT modernization projects that was until recently owned by Arlington Capital Partners. Its 1,500 staff will join IBM Consulting.

Intercontinental Exchange’s bid for Black Knight in doubt

Another of the biggest software deals of 2022 is also in doubt. In May, Intercontinental Exchange, owner of the New York Stock Exchange and a host of mortgage technology companies, bid $13.1 billion for Black Knight, a mortgage software company.

In late December, though, the Financial Services Committee of the US House of Representatives wrote to the US Federal Trade Commission to express its concern that the deal could result in too much concentration in the mortgage origination market.

Big though the deal is, it’ll have few consequences for CIOs outside the mortgage services industry.

Cognizant buys AustinCSI and assets of OneSource Virtual

IT services giant Cognizant has added 175 digital transformation consultants in Texas with the acquisition of AustinCSI, a company specializing in the design of cloud and automation systems. It has also acquired 400 specialists from another Texas company, Workday partner OneSource Virtual, and bought Houston-based SAP services company Utegration, bringing it close to 350,000 employees worldwide.

LumApps buys chatbot maker Vizir to Strengthen employee experience

French employee experience platform LumApps has snapped up Vizir, developer of a no code chatbot creation platform, to help enterprises deliver more interactive services to employees. Companies building their own tools for natural language understanding like this will face strong headwinds from the likes of ChatGPT, an interactive version of the giant AI language model GPT that can be trained for use in multiple domains.

November 2022

VMware shareholders approve acquisition by Broadcom

After Broadcom made its offer in May, it’s a step closer to closing the $61 billion deal to buy VMware, after that company’s shareholders voted to accept the offer. VMware is looking to expand its virtualization technologies into the 5G edge computing market, where Broadcom’s radio and networking chip business could give it a foothold.

RegScale, GovReady join forces to implement OSCAL governance formats

RegScale, a developer of governance, risk, and compliance software, has acquired compliance-as-code platform GovReady. The two companies are early adopters of NIST’s Open Security Controls Assessment Language (OSCAL), used for representing control catalogs and system security plans in machine-readable format.

SAP service providers join forces

Codestone Group is still expanding. After its May acquisition of Clarivos, the company has added data analytics and BI specialist DSCallards to its collection. The purchase will allow it to expand its services capabilities around SAP and Microsoft ERP tools.

Anonos buys Statice to boost data protection

Anonos, a developer of software for pseudonymizing personal data in use, has acquired Statice, creator of a tool for generating synthetic data. With European regulators cranking up fines for breaches of GDPR, tools that allow enterprises to move data between jurisdictions while maintaining protection will only grow in importance.

For last year’s mergers and buyouts, see The biggest enterprise technology M&A deals of 2022.

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ORF-Enterprise Content Picked Up Globally

During the four days of the MIPCOM market, highlights from ORF-Enterprise’s lineup were selected to hit screens around the world.

At the ORF Apéro event, guests were given exclusive insights into the new series School of Champions, which will premiere in early 2024; the very first clips from Kafka, scheduled to be aired in summer 2024; and the showcase also included brand-new ORF Universum nature and history documentaries.

Drama content from the company expanded its reach across Europe. TV2 secured a package of five Tatort TV movies, and Discovery (Italy) also licensed over 20 movies of the long-running crime strand. ARD One secured several seasons of the dramedy series Suburbia—Women on the Edge, while LRT (Lithuania) opted for several seasons of the flagship ORF Original Crime series Fast Forward.

Sandro Sgrulloni, programming and content acquisition senior manager at Warner Bros. Discovery Italia, said: “We had the privilege to bring to Italy–with great success in terms of TV ratings–the cycle of the popular series of movies set in the beautiful and historic Austrian capital. And we’re very happy to have licensed, as a first run, other six new movies with the odd and funny couple of detectives Moritz Eisner and Bibi Fellner which is so loved by our audience.”

Lars Erik Nielsen, acquisitions executive at TV2 Denmark, added: “I am very happy to be picking up the new Tatort movies. I have been buying this great franchise for years, and they work very well for us at TV2 with their well told and relevant crime stories and not at least the unique partnership between Adele Neuhauser and Harald Krassnitzer that radiates through the screen in every movie.”

SBS (Australia) picked up Duel of the Crown Princes—Rudolf of Austria and William of Prussia. Italy’s Rai also took that title, along with Lake Tanganyika—Africa’s Blue Heart. Justica TV (Mexico) picked the concert event Christmas in Vienna 2022. KTO (France) took Sound of Winter: The Christmas Oratorio. YLE (Finland) snagged the history doc The Last Emperor – Charles I of Austria as well as wildlife and nature documentaries The Return of the Aurochs and High Life in the Dead Mountains.

ORF’s blue-chip strand Universum Nature also sold. Leopard Legacy and Wild Austria—Created by Water were taken by RTVE. RTBF (Belgium) picked up Ark of Stone—The Voyage of Sardinia and Feathered Friends. CBC in Canada is set to broadcast The Raven’s Tale—Mystic Czechia and Water of Life—Wilderness, Whisky, Highlands.

HRT (Croatia) is set to show Austria’s World Heritage—Monuments, Masterpieces and Magnificent Nature, Austria—Land of Lakes and Castles, Mansions and Estates in the Alps-Adriatic Area. China’s CCTV is sewt to bring Life on the Wing—Miracle of Bird Migration to its audiences.

Oliver Böhm, managing director of ORF-Enterprise, commented: “ORF-Enterprise is proud to serve as a reliable content provider to partners worldwide. In addition to ORF’s Universum documentaries, fictional ORF originals also enjoy an outstanding reputation. High-quality, public-service ORF content helps our long-term partners diversify their programming. This differentiation through uniquely premium content is an essential asset in a competitive market.”

Armin Luttenberger, head of content sales international at ORF-Enterprise, said: “We are very pleased with the high demand across all genres. Thanks to the year-long partnerships with broadcasters and platforms from all over the world, ORF-Enterprise continues its commitment to serve as a one-stop-shop for high quality content with an extensive catalog. While blue-chip factual content has always been a pillar of our repertoire, the fictional ORF Originals have proven to be a guaranteeing factor for best ratings from audiences around the globe.”

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One of the more challenging steps in the process, the CFP exam, is a pass-or-fail test. You may register for the CFP exam after meeting the CFP Board's education requirements. Once you pass the exam, you will be one step closer to becoming a CFP professional, one of the most elite financial planning designations.

To create our list of the best CFP exam prep courses, we compared each program's features, including reputation, cost, guarantees, course materials, in-person classes, special features, and more. These are the best CFP exam prep courses for aspiring CFP professionals.

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Series 79, also known as the Investment Banking Representative Exam, is a Representative-Level exam administered by FINRA. Anyone who passes the Series 79 exam is qualified to advise on and/or facilitate debt and equity offerings, mergers and acquisitions, tender offers, financial restructurings, asset sales, divestitures (or other corporate reorganizations), and business combination transactions.

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Prepare for the CERP Exam


The CERP advisory board has determined that a competent enterprise risk professional's expertise includes the following Domains. 

Risk Governance

  • Board and Senior Management Oversight
  • Policies, Procedures and Limits
  • Management Information Systems
  • Control Framework

Risk Management

  • Risk Identification
  • Risk Measurement and Evaluation
  • Risk Mitigation
  • Risk Monitoring

Please review the CERP Examination Outline for more specifics.

Study Resources

While ABA recommends these resources as appropriate examination preparation, ABA does not guarantee that you will pass the exam by completing these educational programs or studying these materials alone. The CERP exam assesses not only your knowledge of the syllabus on the exam outline, but also your application of that knowledge. You should refer frequently to the CERP Examination Outline when preparing for the exam. 

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ABA Bank Risk Professionals Certificates

ABA certificates in bank risk management are designed to teach bankers and regulatory staff alike new strategies for identifying, monitoring, and managing risks that can affect core operations at your bank.

Taken together the three certificate programs help candidates preparing for the Certified Enterprise Risk Professional (CERP) exam to refresh their knowledge.

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Online Training

Risk management is much more complex today and requires new approaches to talent management and strategic planning. Ensure your entire team is armed with practical applications.

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ABA Risk Management Schools

Today, risk management is a high-profile and growing discipline for banks. Expand your knowledge through two levels of in-depth training designed specifically for individuals managing risk within a bank. Each school applies a practical and real-world approach towards identifying, controlling, monitoring and reporting appropriate threats across your institution. Discover the advantages each of these REM schools offer and select the appropriate path for your professional development needs.

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CERP exam Online Prep

An interactive, user-friendly online course that allows students to study at their own pace, with access to resources and practice questions modeled after an real exam.

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Exam Format, Scoring and Reporting

  • 200 multiple-choice questions (see sample questions)
  • Maximum 4 hour timeframe allowed
  • Calculators will be provided
  • Official score reports delivered via email within 6 weeks after the close of the exam window
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All persons taking one of ABA Professional Certifications' examinations are expected to abide by all rules and regulations governing the examination before, during and after the examination. Possession of copies of any current or previous examination given by ABA Professional Certifications is not authorized and is a violation of the rules governing certification exams. Persons taking an ABA Professional Certifications examination are not permitted to take notes, photos, videos or retain any other kind of records about the examination.

Any person found to have violated any of the rules governing ABA Professional Certifications exams, or to have conducted themselves in a dishonest or unethical manner with respect to the taking of an ABA Professional Certifications exam is subject to sanctions determined to be appropriate by ABA Professional Certifications, in its sole discretion, including, but not limited to: denial of certification; denial of the right to take any or all ABA Professional Certifications examinations. We reserve the right to pursue any and all remedies available to it, including legal remedies, with respect to any violation of its examination rules against anyone who violated ABA Professional Certifications examination rules or aided another in violating these rules.

Any person found to have violated any of the rules governing ABA Professional Certifications exams, or to have conducted themselves in a dishonest or unethical manner with respect to the taking of an ABA Professional Certifications exam is subject to sanctions determined to be appropriate by ABA Professional Certifications, in its sole discretion, including, but not limited to: denial of certification; denial of the right to take any or all ABA Professional Certifications examinations. We reserve the right to pursue any and all remedies available to it, including legal remedies, with respect to any violation of its examination rules against anyone who violated ABA Professional Certifications examination rules or aided another in violating these rules.

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Safety in the Chemistry Enterprise

Chemistry promotes valuable social and economic benefits, including innovative materials, medical discoveries, improved public health, and enhanced quality of life. The chemistry enterprise creates high-skill, high-wage jobs. The practice of chemistry from concept through research, development, manufacture, use, and disposal must be done safely to minimize adverse impacts on human health and the environment.

Working with chemicals and developing new materials and chemical processes involves some degree of risk. A thoughtful and educated approach to chemical safety must include a risk/benefit analysis. Minimizing risk while optimizing benefits should continue throughout investigation, development, marketing, use, and recycling or disposal of products and byproducts.

The American Chemical Society (ACS) believes it is essential the chemistry enterprise recognize its obligation to protect the safety and health of individuals and the environment. A positive culture and effective chemical security are integral to safety. Policymakers should encourage the chemistry enterprise to cultivate a culture of safety among all stakeholders and take precautions to prevent theft and diversion.

Stakeholders must consider safety and ethics when planning or evaluating science funding, education, scientific research, technology development, chemical manufacturing, and recognition of scientific achievement.

Core objectives to consider include:

  • Evidence-based safety policies developed using risk assessment and best available health and environmental information.
  • Work environments in the chemistry enterprise which are diverse, equitable, inclusive, and respectful to all persons will promote a positive safety culture.
  • Robust risk assessment practices that recognize the variability of risk among population groups; preventive, sustainable, and protective measures; and other evidence-based methods to protect human health and the environment.
  • Ongoing collection and dissemination of safety information is standardized, harmonized, accessible, and understandable to all users.
  • Development and application of the RAMP (Recognizing hazards, Assessing risks, Minimizing risks and Preparing for emergencies) model as an organizing principle for risk assessment and management.
  • Appropriate chemical safety education for diverse populations of scientists, the public, and other stakeholders.


Evidence-Based Policies

The ACS advocates for chemical public policy and safety regulations based on robust science and risk assessment:

  • Regulations should encourage safe practices and behaviors, be practical, and communicated so that compliance is easy.
  • Authors of policies, laws, regulations, and guidance documents should regularly review current, peer-reviewed scientific and engineering information to identify and assess risks to people, property and/or the environment.
  • Subject matter experts should be consulted to:
    • craft sensible, logical, and effective regulations and public policy, and
    • avoid unintended consequences of regulations.
  • Policymakers should develop and implement processes to resolve inconsistencies among various federal, state, and local regulatory procedures that cause compliance conflicts.


Chemical Safety Research

The ACS encourages programs that support research to identify and characterize chemical and process hazards, and create better protective measures for workers, consumers, and the environment.


Chemical Safety Information

The ACS recommends that agency-issued chemical safety information be:

  • Globally standardized across regulating agencies.
  • Comprehensive, clear, and concise.
  • Anchored in peer-reviewed scientific literature with transparent provenance.
  • Accessible.
  • Inclusive of best practices for purchase, storage, handling, use, and disposal of materials.


Risk-Based Safety

The ACS supports policies that appropriately integrate risk-based safety across the chemistry enterprise by promoting hazard recognition, risk assessment, risk management, and emergency preparedness (RAMP). Risk management is more robust when developed considering a variety of perspectives and all stakeholders have a voice in the process. 

ACS supports continued funding of the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board and other international, national, state, and local investigative entities so that incidents and near misses can be investigated, lessons can be learned, case studies can be publicized, and actions can be taken to prevent recurrence.


Chemical Safety Education

The ACS encourages programs to:

  • Educate and train scientists, engineers, workers, and K-16 teachers to use risk-based safety management practices.
  • Disseminate best safety practices for purchase, storage, handling, use, and disposal of materials.
  • Alert end-users about foreseeable consequences of chemical product misuse or failure to follow product use and disposal recommendations.


Safety and Sustainability

Safe and sustainable chemistry advances research, fosters innovation, and contributes to a globally competitive US chemical industry.

ACS advocates for:

  • Adherence to the tenets of Green Chemistry.
  • Safe, responsible, and ethical sourcing of chemicals and other raw materials used in production.
  • Developing a rigorous, adaptable, and expedited protocol for evaluating inherently safer chemical products and processes in consultation with industry, academia, scientific organizations, public interest groups, and other stakeholders.
  • Continued support for research and development by universities, industry, government laboratories, and other stakeholders to create safer products, materials, and processes.
  • Policies, regulations, and incentives that encourage adoption of safer products, materials, and processes.
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