Taking place on 6th & 7th June 2023, #RISK DIGITAL EU Focus will examine the changing risk landscape in a content rich, knowledge sharing environment.
PrivSec North is a two-day, in-person event taking place in Manchester, UK in June 2023.
Taking place on 29th June 2023, at the Royal Lancaster London, the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Tech Awards will bring together employees of all backgrounds and career levels within the technology industry.
The Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC)’s decisions against Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are some of the most significant developments in data protection since the passing of the GDPR.
As employers around the world contend with the greatest workforce disruption in generations, a new global report finds that most organisations are failing to meet the needs of employees and risk erasing progress made during the pandemic.
In a recent interview, McKinsey’s Ziad Haider discussed managing geopolitical risk with prominent figures from Google, Intel and Pfizer.
Stellantis car manufacturers has urged the UK government to revisit elements of its Brexit deal with Europe, fearing the integrity of the British car industry supply chain and the future of the nation’s car industry.
The governor of Florida put his name to a bill earlier this week that will see US tax payers’ money being taken away from diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) programmes in the state’s colleges.
Fresh data reveals a surge in the number of UK people not working owing to extended periods of ill health.
Speaking to a US Senate panel this week, the chief of OpenAI expressed his significant concern that artificial intelligence technology could pose a risk to voting systes, undermining democracy.
Billy Guyton, a former rugby player from New Zealand, has passed away at the age of 33.
Experts fear that Bulgaria’s political system could near the brink of collapse this summer if the state is not able to establish a new government and effectively combat endemic corruption.
New research has revealed that citizens in the southern states of the US suffered most from ID theft in 2022 compared with the rest of the country, with millennials most likely to be the victims.
Lawmakers in Europe have progressed towards implementing new regulations governing artificial intelligence applications, including ChatGPT, after an important vote last week.