By Carl Brown2021-01-08T09:02:00+00:00
Criminals responsible for a cyber attack on Hackney Council’s IT systems have now published some of the stolen data, according to the London borough.
In a landmark decision, a London court declared that an artificial intelligence system cannot be named as an inventor on UK patent applications because it is not a person.
Email sent by officials potentially compromises safety of Afghans who may be eligible to relocate to the UK.
At PrivSec Global today, a panel of experts explored the proposed AI regulation and what it will mean for business.
Whether it be the coalescing of both security and privacy in the CISO office, or questions about where a Privacy Office fits and whether it incorporates Risk, Legal, Compliance and Engineering, there are so many things that Data Protection/Privacy and Security offices can learn from each other as they look to come out of their silos and work together more closely to support their organisations.
Customers of Kiwibank are still having trouble accessing online banking and the associated app to make payments and transfers via the New Zealand bank.
The United States has reached three memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with Singapore to better coordinate their response to online security incidents, part of improved cyber-security cooperation between the countries.
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