Artificial Intelligence From robodebt to racism: what can go wrong when governments let algorithms make the...

Algorithmic decision-making has enormous potential to do good. From identifying priority areas for first response after an earthquake hits, to …

IAM How identity can help you navigate the impending storm

In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, organisations and their employees have had to pivot to a whole new way …

GDPR The uphill struggle facing many DPOs in the fight for effective data protection

The arrival of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2018 saw the creation of a new position in many …

Data privacy Mobile phone data is useful in coronavirus battle. But are people protected enough?

Tracking people infected with COVID-19 has become an important weapon in global responses to combatting the virus. Through the use …

Surveillance Coronavirus: location-tracking apps could stop the disease – here’s how

Nearly half of the world’s population is now locked down in their homes to avoid spreading the coronavirus. With a …

Data privacy Personal data stored by Ring doorbells deeply concerning

A data request submitted by the BBC has set alarm bells ringing about the data privacy regulations of doorbell company …

Women in technology Celebrating IWD: 12 women who are pushing the boundaries for cyber safety!

In light of International Women's Day on Sunday 8th March 2020, we celebrate a range of influential females in the …

Data privacy Avast doubles down on privacy after Jumpshot furore

Cyber security firm Avast said it would increase its focus on privacy, with growth driven by a new product in the …

Podcast Is the ICO all carrot and no stick? Security Leaders discuss!

This week on the teiss Security Leaders’ Roundtable Podcast former CISO – Thom Langford, Founder, TL(2) Security, and Data Protection …

Data leak Decathlon, sporting retailer, leaks 123 million employee and customer records

Decathlon, giant sporting goods retailer, has leaked over 123 million employee and customer records via a misconfigured cloud database. According …

Breach US Defence Agency takes action after security breach

Defence Information Systems Agency (DISA), have sent a urgent warning out to its users that their personal information could have …

Google Google plans to move UK users’ accounts outside EU jurisdiction

Google is planning to move its British users' accounts out of the control of European Union privacy regulators, placing them under U.S. …