Data protection

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Following the Barclays scandal, should firms use tracking software to monitor their staff? YES, says Jasmit Sagoo, senior director and

March 9, 2020

In 2018, a new elephant entered the room. A giant EU elephant called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). GDPR

January 29, 2020

How much data do you think you produce each day? Take a moment to think about it. The figure you

January 27, 2020
cyber security

A colleague recently asked me what I thought had changed in cyber security over the last 10 years. We agreed

January 22, 2020
ECB And ICC One Million Kids

UK betting companies have gained access to a database containing information on roughly 28m children in a huge breach of

January 19, 2020
scary movie

The choices that characters make in scary movies can often seem baffling. Why do they never turn the lights on

November 20, 2019
blue prism

Five years ago, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who had even heard of the dark web. Now this realm

November 7, 2019
Big tech

We now live in the age of the internet of things, where voice-sniffing devices abound, and consumers have the convenience

September 17, 2019

Both traditional and social media lit up earlier this year following the launch of a ground-breaking campaign for charity Malaria

September 12, 2019

Across the tech industry, there is a crisis of trust that is centred around how companies handle data – from

September 11, 2019

British Airways will “vigorously defend itself” against its £183m fine by authorities for a data breach in which more than

August 2, 2019

Equifax has agreed to pay as much as $700m (£562m) as part of a settlement with the US regulator following

July 22, 2019

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