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A significant increase in online searches for "insomnia" signalled to researchers that the first COVID lockdown was hard-hitting on mental health in the US.
The NHS have completed the largest public sector migration to a new data network - meaning that organisations will have a better connectivity at a better cost.
Richard Armstrong, head of health registries at Northgate Public Services, examines the growing importance of medical registries in a health crisis and why some programmes are destined to fail patients.
Caroline Bimson, Practice Manager - Business and Digital Consulting, Atkins, explores how the government is tackling fraud and the three key technological developments that can help with their efforts.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, organisations are taking various preventive measures to prevent the spread of the virus. In the second of a series of articles, member firms of Ius Laboris, give a view from Sweden, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Italy and Mexico on the data protection implications for these measures.
Member firms of Ius Laboris, give a view from Belgium, France and Germany on the data protection implications of the preventive measures in place to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Some tech companies have dropped development of facial recognition software, under fears of human rights violations by police.
Gerald Beuchelt, Chief Information Security Officer at LogMeIn, explores the key security and privacy practices which must be upheld when video conferencing.
Scott Wilson, director of service at eFax, explains why fax machines are still being widely used, the problems it causes and how they can be eradicated from both public and private sector organisations.
As political and security landscapes evolve, the way data privacy is upheld will change significantly. Here, Rachel Roumeliotis, Strategic Content Director at O’Reilly, explores how organisations can stay protected in an isolationist world.
John Dobson, chief executive, SmartSearch, declares that the coronavirus pandemic should not be justification for lowering AML defences.
Here, Fujitsu discuss the plan for changing current situation of digitisation and healthcare in the UK.
Dr Emma Carmel illustrates the paradoxical realities of ethics in AI development, with recommendations for forming an effective public policy.
Signal is the messaging app that claims the highest level of personal cybersecurity: Why has the European Commission chosen this over other platforms?
Matt Walmsley, EMEA Director at Vectra, discusses how security teams within the healthcare industry lack visibility into and control over medical devices connected to the network.
In light of scandals like Cambridge Analytica, Tor Richardson Golinski, Amelia Harshfield and Advait Deshpande dissect the truths of who decides what we read online.
Sascha Giese, Head Geek at SolarWinds, looks at the importance of managing access rights in healthcare organisations, highlighting four steps to help illustrate how IT teams can integrate this successfully into every department.
Kieran O’Driscoll, Public Sector Business Lead at CyberArk discusses the challenges faced by public sector firms when it comes to balancing cost-effective cyber security with the need to secure the personal details of millions of UK citizens.
Here, Ashley Stevenson explains to us how smart cities need to build trust into connected urban spaces.
Organisations like universities that handle significant amounts of confidential and personal information are increasingly being targeted by cyber criminals. In this article SecureTeam looks at the damage data breaches are causing in UK universities.