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Jon Fielding, Managing Director EMEA, Apricorn outlines the risks posed to data caused by human error, here.
Effective security measures do not have to mean huge expense. A series of small changes to best practices, such as updating software and improving staff training, can help SMBs to minimise the threat posed by the most common of attacks.
Under stricter regulatory regimes, less obvious vulnerabilities such as printers must be secured to ensure robust data protection in financial services businesses
In this article, Brian Costello discusses the current state of Open Banking, explaining how multi-factor authentication may not be the right answer in FinTech.
Lesley Holmes, Data Protection Officer at MHR, explores the lessons learned about GDPR over the past year and the risks businesses will encounter in the future.
Cleveland Henry, Director of Cloud at UKCloud discusses the topic of properly handling and storing patient data using cloud innovation, here.
EP3 Foundation is the trusted, neutral nonprofit using the privacy network technology to solve your identity, consent, and confidentiality requirements.
The UK government announced 40 artificial intelligence and data analytics projects announced to boost productivity and improve customer service.
Big Data LDN (BDL), revealed findings from its Public Sector Data Report 2019: What is really happening in the UK public sector?
Most are aware that as our time spent online has increased, so has companies’ access to our personal data: What is the truth behind IP address targeting?
Justin Ellis, Senior Data Centre Specialist at Comms Express advises how schools and universities can ensure that their students' data is safe online by following these measures.
The globally unique Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation will work with the Race Disparity Unit to examine AI potentially making racially discriminative decisions in crime and justice.
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.
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.
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 unit will take forward digital transformation in the NHS, allowing patients and staff to benefit from the latest digital systems and technology.
The NHS code of conduct will ensure that only the best and safest data-driven technologies are used by the NHS and will protect patient data.
Disability and ethnicity pay gap reporting will become mandatory following a government consultation, so organisations should prepare now, advises Rachel Mapleston from MHR.
Before the UK decriminalisation of homosexuality (Sexual Offences Act 1967) and technology united LGBT voices, gay life for many men and women was very difficult: either complete denial of your true self or living a double life.
Many large-scale organisations in the public sector are becoming increasingly aware of their vulnerability to cyber security attacks, so how do we fix digital security in the public sector?