The government is considering how best to implement the EU’s Network and Information System’s directive, which aims to boost member states’ cyber defences.
This week: Can AI give companies the edge over cybercriminals? Will McDonald's become as digital savvy as Starbucks? Your whiffs include a blockchain post on a no-elbow-grease diet.
Harvard has launched a major new project called “Defending Digital Democracy” designed to overcome election hacking and protect the U.S. democratic process. Is it enough to make up for Executive Office skepticism and inaction?
The UK-based building materials and home improvement retailer can now respond to IT security incidents in hours, rather than weeks, according to CISO Nick Bleech.
Cyber security is always a top of mind topic in the IT department. Now we are seeing AI related methods being applied in the next wave of security techniques. How is this manifesting in the real world?
The announcement follows the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s commitment to invest £1.9 billion in cyber security over the next parliament.
What happened at SAP South Africa such that the company got clobbered with allegations of corruption? We talked with Adaire Fox-Martin, head of EMEA to get an update.
The weatherman says it’s starting to embrace chaos - not the mathematical theory, but an intriguing way of battle-testing cloud services originally pioneered in video streaming
The IoT should be about more than intelligent toothbrushes and self-ordering fridges. Police forces worldwide could benefit from IoT tech potential.
Technology change, the 'bad' Internet and historical quotes, but where's the security stuff, Minister?
Digital Minister Matt Hancock addresses the Margaret Thatcher Conference on Security to talk about technology, Luddites and societal change. Just not, er, security.
Slight geek alert. A team of researchers at Rochester Institute of Technology has found a way to create an internet fast lane for the huge amounts of emergency related data. A good idea for sure but will it hold?
In the first of a two part look at the digital payments market, Visa CEO Alfred Kelly paints a picture of a future built around increased security, higher e-commerce conversion and a wider partner ecosystem.
Are automotive incumbents doing enough to anticipate the disruption that's coming? And why is that much-flogged term "big data" integral to new automotive business models? How will changes from ownership to on-demand autos impact urban planning? These are a few of the questions I posed to investor, blogger, and book author Evangelos Simoudis in our chat wrap.