Tag: EU

6GHz Wi-Fi Update: 7 important details

Wi-Fi 6E is the most significant update in 20 years. Ben Toner gives us the low down

BT confirms it is providing data to the government on citizen movements

An increasing number of countries are looking at how they can use mobile phone data and apps to track movements and ensure compliance

Clearview AI breach – a flaw not a hack. Isn’t that an oxymoron?

The breach raises even more concerns about misuse of facial recognition tech

Roaming charges to return after Brexit – pull the other one!

There are strong commercial and strategic reasons why this is bogus news

ENISA outlines new cybersecurity rules for service providers and OTTs

Rules will be extended to OTT services, will promote cross-authority and cross-border co-operation and will mandate encryption

One charger to rule them all?

EC signals action on chargers as electronic waste continues to rise

Security-conscious customers need more information from the companies they do business with

Having the right product is now only half the battle. Unless customers and prospects are sure you’re secure they’ll go elsewhere – directly impacting your bottom line

Cybersecurity update: Indra acquires SIA

Combination of assets creates a EUR60 million security firm

EU considers ban on facial recognition tech

EU’s proposed facial recognition moratorium could be bad news for European businesses

Irish government publishes new security strategy

Aims to secure Irish businesses and grow expertise in cyber security

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.

UK reviews use of Chinese equipment in its networks

Huawei’s role in European networks continues to be questioned, as EU and GSMA also weigh in.