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Huawei says a disconnected world benefits no-one

Today was the first day of Huawei’s 17th analyst and press conference in Shenzhen, China, which due to the coronavirus crisis had moved to an online format. There was much interest in how Huawei intended to respond to continuing and escalating restrictions from the US government, which has also put […]

UK autonomous vehicle market given boost by COVID-19 crisis

But campaigners warn against misuse and the need for authorities to respect privacy and citizens’ rights

Are you a telecoms cyber security leader?

A recent Accenture ‘State of Cyber Resilience’ report researched the differences between Leaders and Non-Leaders in cyber security, with 17% of their 4,644 respondents falling into the leader definition and the remaining 83% defined as non-leaders. Why does this research matter to B2B telecoms service providers? Well the demographics of […]

Access is personal, but businesses need to help individuals help themselves

Effective security takes the risk out of an individual’s behaviour, while not making security onerous

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

EU considers ban on facial recognition tech

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

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?

Is your call centre compliant? Germany gets tough on telco GDPR violations

BfDI fines 1&1 and Rapidata.

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.

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