Cloud-based identity management firm Okta recently acquired Auth0 for $6.5 billion, as it looks to tackle both ends of the identity security market.
How did a proprietary AI get into hundreds of hospitals - without extensive peer reviews? The concerning story of Epic's Deterioration Index
How is it possible for proprietary AI models to enter patient care, without extensive peer reviews for algorithmic transparency? That's a question we should be asking about Epic's Deterioration Index, which has been utilized for several use cases, including COVID-19 patient risk models.
Friction between the center and the wider NHS has always been an issue when it comes to digital development. The latest NHSX guidelines offer a more flexible approach.
Cookies are set to crumble and organizations need to explore alternative methods of getting up-to-date info on their customers.
The UK hasn't wasted any time in deciding to water down GDPR in pursuit of making new business deals. Savvy move or risky political gambit?
UK’s biggest commercial TV program maker ITV says pandemic ‘Escape Room’ cyber-training turned an unpopular course into one staff now can’t get enough of.
The NHS’s General Practice Data Planning and Research scheme has been put on hold as it faces a huge backlash and millions opt-out.
Enterprise hits and misses - retailers swap a digital surge for foot traffic, return-to-office hits resistance, and T-Mobile is better at data breaches than 5G
This week - big-name retailers see faltering digital growth, but is in-store traffic finally back? The return-to-office push faces new critiques, as "hybrid" work falls short. Speaking of falling short, T-Mobile is back to what it does best - getting its customers' (and former customers'!) data breached.
The British Government has updated its guidance on use of facial recognition technologies, as police forces persist with their use.
A well-intentioned road to hell - Apple's move against child abuse has a long tail behind it that rings lots of alarm bells.
Twitter is mostly identifying racist tweets using tech and says ID verification unlikely to stop abuse
Twitter has revealed how it dealt with the abhorrent racist abuse suffered by footballers on the England team during the Euros Championship.
RIBA and CIOs are tackling the information gap in how IT is both the cause and solution to climate change
Recent security reports from IBM and others prompt a discussion of the causes and consequences of the continual stream of enterprise data breaches and ransomware attacks.