With the deadline looming for GDPR compliance, Workday's Chief Privacy Officer sets out 6 steps to help HR teams bring employee data into line
A single place to turn to when the internet giants get above themselves with your data - a strong recommendation from doteveryone.
Marketing executives and IT decision makers can help organisations cope with growing customer concerns and regulatory pressures.
Using Dynatrace may have started as an APM exercise, but Virgin Money is already looking at ways to exploit it more, such as pre-production testing of DevOps apps, re-constructing user problems and, maybe, keeping an eye on compliance.
Judges at the Court of Appeal have backed a challenge by Labour deputy leader Tom Watson that the Snooper’s Charter goes too far with mass surveillance.
Tech entrepreneurs eye secure online voting. Voatz thinks a combination of blockchain and biometrics provides a safe and secure answer.
NHS and social care data can be off-shored according to new guidance that has been issued, including placing data in US data centres.
The GDPR compliance deadline for every business operating in the EU including the UK is 25th May 2018 - here's what you actually need to do by then
Both countries are struggling to get to grips with how to control harmful online content - and are expecting social media giants to do more.
SugarCRM CEO Larry Augustin welcomes GDPR, but the side-effects may be grim, he says.
A UK cross-political party group has produced some interesting and compelling recommendations around AI policy that could be usefully adapted at home and internationally.
While the truism that technology is neither inherently good nor inherently evil remains true, Facebook’s suicide intervention program powered by AI pattern recognition pushes existing legal, moral and ethical boundaries.
Doctor John Kelly, Head of Cognitive Solutions and IBM Research, on AI, cognitive potential and the responsibilities of data stewardship in the corporate enterprise.