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UK crypto fraud soars 32% to $270 million
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cryptocurrencies

UK crypto fraud soars 32% to $270 million

Businesses facing recession slump may see cryptocurrencies as a quick return on investment, but are increasingly at risk of fraud
28 Nov 2022
Can the AI Bill of Rights shape global AI regulation?
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Policy & legislation

Can the AI Bill of Rights shape global AI regulation?

Experts clash over whether the policy proposal is fit for purpose, with some suggesting it does more harm than good
28 Nov 2022
Japan considers creating new cyber defence agency as attacks ramp up in region
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cyber attacks

Japan considers creating new cyber defence agency as attacks ramp up in region

The country may be looking to ramp up its defences as Asia was the most-attacked global region in 2021, according to one report
24 Nov 2022
UK follows EU in securing data deal with South Korea
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Policy & legislation

UK follows EU in securing data deal with South Korea

The deal will foster cross-border collaboration between businesses by reducing administrative and financial frictions
23 Nov 2022
The future of UK tech rests on the creation of decacorns, says CBI president
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The future of UK tech rests on the creation of decacorns, says CBI president

The UK’s easiest opportunities are still in the EU, but these are unable to be seized due to problems with its trade deal
23 Nov 2022
What is the 'right to be forgotten'?
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data protection

What is the 'right to be forgotten'?

Everything you need to know about the EU's data-removal ruling
23 Nov 2022
ICO: The public sector isn’t getting 'an easier ride' with GDPR penalties
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Policy & legislation

ICO: The public sector isn’t getting 'an easier ride' with GDPR penalties

The UK’s information commissioner outlines his new approach to regulation and why the most constructive punishments will always be favoured
23 Nov 2022
2022 Magic Quadrant for data integration tools
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Whitepaper

2022 Magic Quadrant for data integration tools

Using research to evaluate suitable vendors for their existing and upcoming data integration use cases
22 Nov 2022
Food and beverage traceability
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Whitepaper

Food and beverage traceability

Understanding food and beverage manufacturing compliance and traceability
21 Nov 2022
Ensuring compliance with the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard (NBFDS)
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Whitepaper

Ensuring compliance with the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard (NBFDS)

How food manufacturers can enhance traceability with technology to be compliant
21 Nov 2022
India’s new data protection bill continues to “facilitate state surveillance”
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Policy & legislation

India’s new data protection bill continues to “facilitate state surveillance”

Although data localisation requirements have now been removed, it’s down to the Indian government to select which countries data is allowed to be sent…
21 Nov 2022
Jeremy Hunt's Autumn Statement harnesses "Brexit freedoms" to grow tech sector
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Policy & legislation

Jeremy Hunt's Autumn Statement harnesses "Brexit freedoms" to grow tech sector

The review of the government's budgetary focuses delivered significant tax increases while preserving spending in key growth areas
18 Nov 2022
Google agrees record $391.5m settlement in US digital tracking case
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privacy

Google agrees record $391.5m settlement in US digital tracking case

The sum represents the largest settlement ever paid in a US digital privacy case which dates back to 2018
15 Nov 2022
Australia considers ransomware payment ban, additional Medibank files leaked
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Policy & legislation

Australia considers ransomware payment ban, additional Medibank files leaked

REvil has claimed responsibility for the attack amidst continued refusal by Medibank to pay the ransom
14 Nov 2022
Biden sets June deadline for $42 billion broadband funding outline
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Network & Internet

Biden sets June deadline for $42 billion broadband funding outline

The announced deadline come prior to a much-awaited update to the FCC's US broadband map, giving a clearer image of the internet challenges facing the…
11 Nov 2022
TSMC set to invest further $12 billion into Arizona fab
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TSMC set to invest further $12 billion into Arizona fab

The Taiwanese company is currently constructing a $12 billion chip factory in the state, which is expected to complete in 2024
10 Nov 2022
Microsoft hit with fresh anti-competition claims over new cloud licences
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Microsoft hit with fresh anti-competition claims over new cloud licences

A European cloud group has filed an extensive list of complaints with the European Commission, asking it to open a formal investigation into the tech …
9 Nov 2022
VMware enhances Sovereign Cloud services in a push for easier compliance
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data protection

VMware enhances Sovereign Cloud services in a push for easier compliance

Updates to existing services VMware Tanzu and VMware Aria are revealed alongside a new Sovereign Cloud Initiative
8 Nov 2022
UK and Taiwan commit to £5 million business innovation fund
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Business strategy

UK and Taiwan commit to £5 million business innovation fund

The two countries are also aiming to promote diversified and resilient supply chains, especially as Taiwan is a leading chip manufacturer
7 Nov 2022
UK police fails ethical tests with "unlawful" facial recognition deployments
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UK police fails ethical tests with "unlawful" facial recognition deployments

A University of Cambridge team audited UK police use of the tech and found frequent ethical and legal shortcomings
28 Oct 2022
What is secure deletion?
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Data & insights

What is secure deletion?

Want to ensure your deleted data can’t be recovered and abused? We explore how secure deletion works, and how you can best protect your information
26 Oct 2022
A strategic guide for controlling and securing your data
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Whitepaper

A strategic guide for controlling and securing your data

Forrester's data security control framework
25 Oct 2022
FTC orders Uber-owned Drizly to improve "lax" data protection approach following 2020 breach
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Policy & legislation

FTC orders Uber-owned Drizly to improve "lax" data protection approach following 2020 breach

The Uber subsidiary has been hit with an FTC complaint, as the agency looks to send a message to the wider industry
25 Oct 2022