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The mini budget is the phrase on everyone's lips; but what does it actually mean, and how will you be affected?
The British pound sterling has hit an all-time low, but what does this actually mean? And how has this happened?
The British pound has fallen below the US dollar, as the Tory ‘mini budget’ enacts the biggest tax cuts seen in 50 years.
Mattie Yeta – Chief Sustainability Officer, CGI, UK & Australia, provides a detailed & think tank view of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive.
Dr Francis Gaffney, Senior Director – Mimecast Labs & Future Operations at Mimecast, charts the road to quantum-enabled cybersecurity.
Despite financial cuts and labour shortages, local councils need effective digital transformation to accommodate new policies and processes.
One in five companies that has been the victim of a cyber attack has felt the increased financial impact of a substantial cyber attack fine.
In this article, Ray Dorney from Rockford Associates Limited will show you the 3 main reasons why audit recovery software is not a complete solution.
Ioannis Vardakastanis, Member of the European Economic and Social Committee, argues that the EU and Member States must do more to tackle energy poverty and protect vulnerable consumers.
David Bloomfield, Consultant in Clinical Oncology Sussex Cancer Centre, argues that precision radiotherapy is our most effective cancer treatment and should be available to everyone with cancer, but workforce planning is failing our patients.
Data governance is a buzzword that we hear thrown around a lot, especially since the implementation of GDPR back in 2018.
Following on from a recent Institute of Economic Development event, Professor Andy Westwood unpicks the challenges facing universities around Levelling Up and addressing inequalities.
With food and energy prices increasing exponentially, it comes as no surprise that 67% of Americans are worried about the cost of living.
Hospitals and trusts across the UK could be charged an additional £2 million per month for energy bills in the winter, due to national fuel costs surges.
At the centre of behavioural economics is an understanding that people do not always make rational decisions - here's how it could help the NHS.
Looking at the cyber threats posed by nation states, organisations must assess their own risk and prioritise defences against them accordingly.
For the first time this year, house prices are going down but experts believe the fall is due to holidays, not rate rises.
John Binns of BCL Solicitors discusses how financial crime can be overcome, with reference to Interpol’s Operation Pangea.
From September 2022, there will be additional cuts to student loan interest to protect borrowers from rising inflation rates.
CyberCX has been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Cyber Security Services 3 to support the public sector.