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How the new ESPR legislation will impact intellectual asset protection

To encourage the use of data in improving sustainability, the EU is working on a new proposal – the Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Requirements (ESPR).

Do you have the agility and data visibility you need to properly plan for...

After a decade of financial instability, the COVID-19 pandemic, and a period of rising demand for services, robust financial planning and data visibility is more important to the public sector than ever.
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Data-driven Government from Unit4 ERP

Sally Murdoch, Public Sector Director from Unit4 discusses breaking down silos to create a data-driven culture in government and public administration.

Risk management applications – Buyer advice for effective investment

Well-targeted investment in risk management software applications can yield significant benefits for decision-making and efficiency.

The top five things organisations get wrong in their privacy statement

Michael Wuestefeld-Gray, the Director of WuDo Solutions, delves into the top mistakes businesses make, and what a good privacy statement looks like.
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How to avoid and recover from cyber and ransomware attacks

Best practices for public sector organisations to avoid and quickly recover from cyber and ransomware attacks.

In times of uncertainty, robust data processes must be agile

There is an ever-growing need for robust data processes. Organisations must cope with changing security threats, data quality fluctuations and uncertainty in the operational environment.
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When, why and how legal teams should embrace professional investigators

Inquisitive, thorough, and multi-skilled professional investigators are a key weapon in a legal team’s arsenal after a client suffers a loss.
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UK councils: keeping local authorities and their residents safe and secure

UK councils must keep their systems and network infrastructures safe from harm at a time when cyberattacks are on the rise.
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Data and encryption strategies in a post-quantum world: Harvest now, decrypt later

Paul German, CEO, Certes Networks, explains the risk associated with bulk encryption strategies & the importance of crypto-segmentation in reducing criminal exposure to data in a post-quantum world.
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Sensing and computing challenges for enhanced data integrity

This eBook presents academic ultra-clean scientific environments and the corresponding digital transformation challenges of these environments, especially the computer science challenges to provide enhanced scientific data integrity.
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Adequate data disposal: wiping the slate clean

Alvarez & Marsal’s recent forensic analysis of used computers has uncovered the dangers of inadequate data disposal for individuals and businesses everywhere, opening up the potential for data breaches and financial fraud. But to what extent does this also pose a threat to the public sector?
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How to shore up data protection beyond cyber security policies and standards

Jon Fielding, Managing Director EMEA Apricorn, discusses the need to focus on information and data protection whilst tackling the critical 'human factor' in breach prevention, backup and recovery strategies.
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Finance, foes and failure: The risks of neglecting data governance

Data governance is a buzzword that we hear thrown around a lot, especially since the implementation of GDPR back in 2018.
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Digital identity laws for better trust in big tech

As big tech gains influence, we need a central anchor of trust for our identities, which can be found in new digital identity laws Identity is experiencing a phenomenal shift across the UK and Europe. In the UK, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) recently created a new...
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Privacy enhancing technologies are transforming government data usage

The need for data value is driving public sector interest in increasingly visible Privacy Enhancing Technologies.
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The new ‘AI rulebook’ for technology innovation in the UK government

To improve the regulation of Artificial Intelligence, the UK government have put forth an AI rulebook to protect data and promote responsible AI use.
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Cybersecurity strategies: fighting alert fatigue and building resilience

As security risks increase in complexity and data expands exponentially, cybersecurity strategies need to simplify – and streamline.
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Electronic document & records management system to manage records like money

Richard O’Brien, Director at GilbyIM, looks at an electronic document & records management system for efficient information management.
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Physical destruction of SSDs: a burden to the UK economy

The UK economy is in recovery: can we be confident that the government is being prudent with the finances at their disposal? What about the physical destruction of SSDs?

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