GDPR Is excessive data making your business dangerously overweight?

Are you feeling gluttonous? Bloated? Overweight? We’re not talking about your diet in the Coronavirus shutdown period, but the data …

Healthcare Rising US healthcare data breaches raise serious concerns about personal data security 

Anurag Kahol, CTO, Bitglass , outlines findings from the sixth annual Healthcare Breach Report (conducted by Bitglass). The vast majority of …

Business Continuity How to ensure data and operations are recoverable after a cyber-attack

John Beattie, principal consultant at Sungard Availability Services outlines the critical steps organisations must take to ensure data and operations …

Cloud 4 steps to stay in control of your cloud strategy

Nat Kausik, CEO, Bitglass outlines 4 steps organisations should take to stay in control of their cloud strategy.  In recent …

Surveillance Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom & six other telcos to help EU track virus

Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom, Orange and five other telecoms providers have agreed to share mobile phone location data with the European …

Surveillance Do we – the public – have a voice in the facial recognition debate?

Stephanie Hare, Author of Technology Ethics, highlights that it's difficult to know how our data is being captured, used for …

Artificial Intelligence Under watch: Indian city workers protest digital surveillance

Every evening at the end of his shift, Anil Sharma heads to a rally ground in the Indian city of …

Data protection Five Tips to Secure Office 365

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If you’re moving to the Microsoft cloud, you’re not alone: Office 365 adoption continues to increase, with 180 million monthly …

Google Alphabet still facing questions over data use in its Toronto smart city project proposal

Alphabet's proposed "smart" city development in Toronto is facing fresh questions over the project's data-gathering technology from a panel advising the …

5G Intel unveils new data centre processor and 5G chip technology

Intel Corp on Monday launched new microprocessors, including a second generation Xeon processor for data centres and a 10nm chip …

Data protection What can we learn from the state of vulnerabilities in 2019?

Dima Bekerman and Sarit Yerushalmi, Security Research Managers at Imperva, reflect on the changes and trends in web application and database …

Artificial Intelligence Ugandan medics deploy AI to stop women dying after childbirth

Ugandan doctors are giving new mothers artificial intelligence-enabled devices to remotely monitor their health in a first-of-its-kind study aiming to …