In this article, Damon Culbert explains how ethical hackers are cybersecurity experts who go head to head with cybercriminals: read his reasons why you should become an ethical hacker.
An upcoming White Paper will outline steps government will take to ensure the UK is a safer place to be online for those harmed by the internet
Facial recognition technology, being trialled by two major police forces in Britain, should be subjected to more rigorous testing and transparency, according to new research from the University of East Anglia (UEA) and Monash University.
Sneha Mishra, Quality Assurance Manager at InterActive Pro and Edology.com explains why digital transformation is the bridge to the future when it comes to how an organisation delivers value to its customers.
Following a year of widespread data breaches and the ongoing threat to online data, it’s no surprise that digital identity has evolved as one of the most important issues facing organisations and consumers on a global scale.
75% of UK police forces still access and manage their data and applications on-premises and are yet to embrace cloud migration, according to figures released by Citrix.
Digital transformation: it’s a phrase uttered frequently and with much fervour among senior government figures, heads of public sector and tech innovators in the UK
Certain jobs, like deep sea diving, bring an element of risk with them: in what sectors has technology made dangerous jobs safer?
Despite AI-based transcription services undergoing improvements in recent years, their limited vocabularies and lack of socialisation mean that they are unable to match human accuracy rates of 99 to 100%.
IT decision makers could be stuck in a reactive mentality on cybersecurity as they are facing major challenges between dynamic adversaries, significant legislation and regulation requirements.
After a whirlwind 2018, cyber security in 2019 isn't looking like an easy ride but here, Sam Bocetta, retired security analyst, provides insight into what to expect and how to prepare against possible attacks.
Gareth Lewis discusses how the NHS email system underpins communication between doctors, nurses and health professionals across the country every day, so what happens when it fails?
Jean-Michel Franco highlights the importance of being data-driven in the pensions industry in order to modernise and implement a successful digital transformation strategy.
From devices in our homes, such as Google Home and Amazon Echo, to mobile apps like Cortana, AI have already made its way into our daily lives: are chatbots the future?
David Orme, SVP of IDEX Biometrics, elaborates on how the role of Biometrics in healthcare can elevate clinical standards, protect staff and patients, and combat fraud.
The UK Government has awarded £400,000 to tech companies to track waste through the economy, after they won the GovTech Catalyst competition.
According to CGA’s Go Technology report, 28% of British consumers are now ordering food online than a year ago.
Artificial intelligence can help us to better understand the root causes of religious violence and to potentially control it, according to a new Oxford University collaboration.
For gym-goers, commuters and the 50% of adults that use their smartphones whilst walking, a new study has revealed how much popular video and music streaming apps are draining your data.
Mike Thomas, Managing Director of Innopsis details the concept of Zero Trust, strongly supported by the Government Digital Service (GDS), as the way ahead for all the networking requirements of the public sector.