Kam Patel, ServiceNow’s new Senior Director of Public Sector UK, shares his views on how government organizations need to be thinking about data.
The UK Statistics Authority last year put together an Inclusive Data Taskforce, which has now shared its recommendations for collecting complete and appropriate data for all groups.
Dreamforce 2021 - Hyperforce data sovereignty comes to France and Germany, but Brexit Britain must wait its turn
Hyperforce expands its footprint, but there is a line waiting to be served...
The UK has launched a consultation on its proposed changes to GDPR. However, the EU will be watching closely as it keeps its adequacy decision with the UK under review.
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?
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.
A well-intentioned road to hell - Apple's move against child abuse has a long tail behind it that rings lots of alarm bells.
Startup Skyflow debuts a PII vault as a service that takes an API-first approach to PII security
ServiceNow makes ‘multi-million euro investment in EU services’ as data transfer regulations get murky
The recent Schrems II judgement, which essentially invalidates the Privacy Shield framework for data transfers between the EU and US, creates a complicated environment for cloud customers.
EU and Brexit Britain formalize data adequacy deal - but with a safety net in place in case the UK deviates from European rules
Data can continue to flow unimpeded between the UK and Europe...for now. But Brussels is watching what happens next very closely.
There is no AI Ethics without data privacy. But how do we account for new privacy legislation like GPDR and CPRA - and also the resistance to it? Here's how the regulation of privacy evolved.
An effective approach to AI Ethics must reckon with bias, algorithmic discrimination, and privacy. These terms have a historical context that should be understood - if we want to deploy AI ethically. This time around, we delve into bias.
Enterprise hits and misses - return-to-office sparks a future of work debate, Experian's API gets exploited, and Abobe Summit gets a content wrap
This week - return-to-office advocates express optimism about urban commutes, but there are other work models to consider. Experian's API gets exposed, while concerns over third party apps linger. Your whiffs include an episode of PR copywriting exuberance.