Australia’s Cybersecurity Problem: Is Under-Recruitment to Blame?
Australia suffered two major cyberattacks in October, compromising the personal information of around 14 million people in total. A recent Reuters report suggests that under-recruitment of cybersecurity professionals could be partly to blame.
Charting the UK Data Protection Profession: September 2022 Report
Data Protection World Forum and The DPO Centre are delighted to bring you the ninth Index survey report from the ground-breaking UK Data Protection Index.
Risk and Resilience in a Dynamic Environment
Effective risk and resiliency within an organization is arguably the heart and soul of success.
Privacy now mission critical for companies worldwide
Data protection and privacy are now widely perceived as business imperatives by global organisations and business leaders, according to the latest data.
AI used to improve coronary artery disease detection
A new scientific breakthrough has determined that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is capable of predicting coronary artery disease.
North American rail on track for major digital overhaul
The North American railway system is preparing for a significant digital overhaul thanks to a new commercial partnership.
AI and wearable devices helping to manage chronic disease in China
At the recent AI Healthcare Ecological Summit, the Vice President of China’s Jieshou People’s Hospital shared a new disease management system designed to help the nation’s patients deal with chronic health conditions.
Artificial intelligence powering predictions for cancer drug combinations
Researchers led by a scientist from City University of Hong Kong (CityU) have developed a novel artificial intelligence (AI) framework to make predictions on potential anti-cancer drug combinations for both therapeutic and toxic effects.
UK Data Regulator Faces Possible Court Challenge Over Age Verification
A coalition of children’s charities has written to the UK’s data protection regulator, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), demanding the mandating of age-checking processes on pornography websites.
Experts call for greater efforts to tackle the challenges of digital transformation
World experts in digital processing and the socio-economic impact of technological change have called for concrete action to ensure the protection and promotion of people’s rights.
Digging Into the Privacy Sandbox: ICO’s Opinion on AdTech Developments
Online advertising is undergoing some major changes, including Google’s planned phase-out of third-party cookies. The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published an opinion outlining its “privacy expectations” in respect of the new adtech ecosystem.
US regulators race to keep up with growth of digital currency
The number of businesses accepting cryptocurrencies as a legitimate payment is growing, and it’s not just Bitcoin featuring in the transactions.
US tech chief named in Top 100 Most Influential Women list
Meredith Bronk, President and CEO of data, strategy and tech alignment specialists, OST has been named as one of the Top 100 Most Influential Women on the Crain’s Detroit Business List.
Advertising fraud at record low in industry-certified channels
A new study has recorded record lows in levels of invalid traffic (IVT) in the digital advertising supply chain among TAG certified channels, and this is contributing to increased security confidence among advertisers.
ESG Global: A Global Livestream Experience
Join ESG Global on the 8th March 2022 and ensure your organisation has the latest advice, guidance and strategies for your ESG programme.
Big tech needs to do more to stem fake news tide in US and across the world
Fresh research has concluded that big tech and governments need to do more to combat misinformation and disinformation online.
ESG World Forum to follow on from COP26
ESG World Forum is to take place in the wake of COP26, building on topics discussed at the global summit now underway in Glasgow, UK.
Blockchain.com Launches Crypto Trading in the State of Georgia
The world’s oldest cryptocurrency platform, Blockchain.com has announced the launch of crypto trading for more than ten million residents of the US state of Georgia.
Huawei invests in major APAC talent drive
Chinese tech giant Huawei has announced an investment of $50 million to cultivate 500,000 digital talents for the Asia Pacific region over the next five years.
Contactless payments market to reach new peak by 2027
Contactless payments are emerging as a preferred method of currency payments because of their security, speed, and reliability in the digital age.
Building smart spaces after the pandemic
“Smartization”, or smart transformation, has become a hot topic for individuals, enterprises, and society as a whole.
More markets and businesses turning to Blockchain
Over the last several years, the perception of cryptocurrencies has shifted drastically. Earlier in the year, several major companies announced a more open-minded approach to Bitcoin, accepting it as payment for product and services.
Manchester chosen for state of the art data centre in UK
Manchester in the UK’s north-east has been chosen as the new home of an International Business Exchange (IBX).
Hybrid workplace to replace traditional office
A new study put together by EY has concluded that the hybrid working in environment is here to stay, and that business leaders think we’ve seen the last of the traditional office set-up.
Business Update: Announcing IBM z/OS V2.5, Next-Gen Operating System Designed for Hybrid Cloud and AI
V2.5 Brings AI Capabilities to IBM Z, Strengthens Security, Introduces New Capabilities for Application Modernization (Press Release)