Category: trust

Cyber Security 2020

Why this year’s industry predictions will be repetitive, uninspiring and just plain noise

Irish government publishes new security strategy

Aims to secure Irish businesses and grow expertise in cyber security

Gen Z want safety and respect

Microsoft study shows that young workers and customers are concerned about internet civility

Is GDPR fit for purpose in the public sector?

As more public sector services go online and government seeks to join up datasets to improve efficiency and citizen experience, is GDPR actually going to improve data security in the public sector, or is its design too private sector centric?

Telecoms industry embraces the blockchain, launching blockchain-based fraud initiative

Fraud management vendor Subex partners with Risk & Assurance Group, utilising blockchain to combat Wangiri fraud

Security update: quantum security rises up agenda for telcos

QKD rises up agenda as the ITU announces a new standard for QKD networks; BT launches QKD network; SK Telecom and Deutsche Telekom invest in IDQ; and more countries join EU’s Open QKD Project.

Tokyo prepares for most technologically advanced Olympics in history

Games set to be a technological showcase as service providers brace for increased connectivity demands and an onslaught of cybersecurity attacks

F-Secure rethinks AI, launching ‘inhuman’ project inspired by nature

Project Blackfin will leverage collective intelligence techniques such as swarm intelligence

Cyber security rises up the agenda for SMEs

A need for compliance plus an increasing threat profile means SME security is a great opportunity for B2B service providers

Younger workers not taking enough responsibility for security

NTT report reveals under 30s have a very different view to cybersecurity to their older colleagues

New £1.5 billion framework announced by MoD

Framework will last 3-5 years for MoD digital and IT programmes

Computer Confidential

Confidential Computing Consortium take on the challenge to secure data in use

Transforming technology doesn’t transform relationships

Trust is an essential ingredient for success in the experience economy, but service providers are still coming up short in this area.

Morrisons case sends shudders around UK enterprise market

High Court says that enterprises are liable for the actions of employees, even if they’ve taken adequate provision and there’s no financial loss.