A flurry of news stories have rendered data privacy all but obsolete. But it's a mistake to imply there is nothing we can do about it. Enterprises that get out in front on privacy can find a competitive edge.
Privacy Shield was always lipstick on a pig, but that pig now looks like bacon as the Trump administration casts further doubt on its robustness.
Credit scoring giant Experian has built its own cloud technology platform to offer data-as-a-service as it ventures nimbly into the API economy
With concerns around security in the cloud addressed, what are the main remaining barriers to adoption? UKCloud's Bill Mew seeks some answers.
In part one of this interview, Dropbox CTO Aditya Agarwal explains how the file sync and share cloud platform has been engineered for enterprise scale
Privacy Shield was supposed to be the long-term replacement for Safe Harbor, but President Trump has blown a hole in it with his latest Executive Order and left the US cloud industry with a transatlantic problem.
A panel this week discussed how a smooth Brexit will mean focusing on regulation, not tariffs.
Security, security, security - the pain point of the digital economy isn't going anywhere according to a panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
in 2012, Mike Baukes left his 9-to-5 to co-found UpGuard. His aim: build tools to help companies manage risk in a complex cybersecurity world. Baukes told me how their free web site risk assessment tool works, and what he's learned about how companies should address risk in their "software supply chains."
Security – are staff your enemy? It is OK to say `quite possibly’ and let paranoia play a sensible role
The staff working in a company are the weakest point for hackers to attack, and the more privileged the person, the more chance there is of a damaging hit.
Europe's data economy ambitions haven't exactly set the heather on fire to date. The European Commission's latest plans for more jaw-jaw isn't likely to change that.
The Direct Marketing Commission received 230 complaints for the year ending 30 June 2016 - largely as a result of complex supply chain and consent issues.
In an internet of things world, what do you own and what can you be pwned on? This will be an important discussion in 2017.