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Why doctors need to improve the way we discuss assisted dying

Assisted dying can be a divisive and polarising subject. But there is one aspect on which most people probably agree – the need to improve the …

Health Care

The final countdown: five key steps to GDPR success

With mere months to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect, it is dominating the news agenda and is a top priority …

GDPR

NHS data not fit for AI, Lords select committee told

Artificial intelligence (AI) offers the NHS a huge opportunity to complement clinicians, cross disciplinary boundaries in medicine, improve clinical …

Business Technology

How Smartphone Apps Are Selling Personal Data Without Our Consent—Legally

I could not care less whether Democrats are avoiding Republicans over Thanksgiving or vice versa, as the <i>Washington Post</i> reported earlier this week, …

Privacy

Are financial institutions ready for blockchain and GDPR?

A recent report issued by the Blockchain Association of Ireland has found there are many more questions than answers when it comes to GDPR.<p>While the …

Bitcoin

Uber's poor governance puts IPO at risk

by The Lex Column<p>In about 15 months, if the timetable holds, Uber will ask public investors to buy its shares. Dara Khosrowshahi, the car-booking …

Uber

GDPR extra-territorial application impacts SA businesses

Emerging and legal tech expert Nerushka Bowan.<p>South African organisations should take heed of the General Data Protection Regulation's (GDPR's) …

Privacy

Why Banks Should Build Their Future on a Data Platform

I’ve just finished visiting and speaking at some of the world’s most exciting financial services and technology events, including Sibos in Toronto …

Intel Corporation

GDPR could ramp up cyber extortion demands, warns researcher

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) could effectively drive cyber criminals’ ransom demands higher, says Mikko Hypponen, chief …

Business Technology

Identity Crisis – How to Protect Personal Information in an Increasingly Open World

Following the recent Equifax breach that exposed the personal and financial records of more than 143 million people, identity theft has once again …

GDPR

Government urged to improve redress for mass data breaches

Planned UK data protection legislation fails to meet its stated aims of making laws fit for the digital age and empowering consumers to take control …

Privacy

Data protection: Brussels’ heavy hand on Europe’s digital economy

The increasingly urgent scrambling sound you can hear in offices all over Europe is companies rushing to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection …

Privacy

GDPR: A Summary of What you Need to Know

GDPR is a seemingly complex subject that is confusing many managers and business owners. Here we simplify the jargon and give you some ideas of where …

Privacy

Cyber security requires man and machine, says F-Secure

Like other cyber security firms, Finland’s F-Secure is building an artificial intelligence capability into its products and services, but says this …

Cybersecurity

Scary But True: Hundreds of the Most Popular Sites Log Everything You Type | CRM Daily

Ever feel like your every move is being watched when you're online? Well, you're not just being paranoid. Nearly 500 of the top 50,000 Web sites on …

Rotten Tomatoes

ShiftLeft Recognized as Tech Vendor to Watch in 2018 by InformationWeek

SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ShiftLeft™ Inc., an innovator in application-specific cloud security, today announced it has been recognized as …

GDPR

It’s time to slay the internet’s ‘Cookie Monster’

Any conversation within the European marketing community these days soon turns to the General Data Protection Regulation. The impending GDPR brings …

Privacy

General data protection regulation will be a game-changer but businesses will have to reshape their strategy

With less than a year to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect, now is the time for Indian businesses to prepare …

Big Data

EU’s new privacy regulations are coming and North American companies need to be ready

The date May 25, 2018 should be circled on every CEO, CIO and chief privacy officer’s calendar. It’s the day that the European Union’s (EU) General …

Privacy

Managing GDPR with Teams, Planner, and Compliance Manager

Driving for Better Compliance<p>Following its announcement at Ignite 2017, Microsoft launched the preview of its Compliance Manager on November 16. The …

Collaboration

Facing the Hybrid Cloud Reality

After I moderated a panel discussion at Interop ITX titled "Cloud Adoption Experiences: Backlash or Goodness?" some attendees said they were …

GDPR

Uber's Bata Breach Highlights Why Mandatory Breach Notification Is A Good Thing

Image: iStock<p>It has been revealed that Uber was the victim of a cyber-attack that resulted in the personal data of 57 million customers being …

Uber

Brighton & Hove Albion TAKE PART IN ALBION EQUALITY SURVEY

<b>Brighton & Hove Albion fans are being asked to take part in an equality survey to help the club work towards achieving the Premier League Equality</b> …

Brighton

Data privacy startup WireWheel secures $3.1M seed round

Arlington, Va.–based <b>WireWheel.io</b> has secured $3.1 million in seed financing, which the company predicts will usher in a generation of tools to …

U.S. Dept. of Commerce

How Accenture is going ‘off-chain’ to make blockchain editable

The future of finance is undeniably linked to blockchain, but Accenture plans on doing things a little differently.<p>Blockchain as a technological …

Bitcoin

Bird & Bird’s Gabriel Voisin on the global impact of the GDPR

<i>This week’s guest blog post is a conversation on the global impact of GDPR between Kate Taylor, Marketing Programs Specialist, Oracle Data Cloud and</i></i> …

Privacy

UK CFOs keen to combat data uncertainty but lag on tech spending

<i>Data security, data ownership and the use of cloud technology are stirring uncertainty among global Chief Financial Officers, according to a new</i> …

Consulting

Shoppers told to be 'wary' as millions of driver details are sold to private car parks

The number of driver details being sold to private car park firms has soared in past decade, figures show as shoppers are warned to be "very wary".<p>The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) sold 1.4 million vehicle-keeper records to the firms in just three months this year, almost 13 times more …

UIDAI reveals 210 govt websites made Aadhaar details public, did not specify when breach took place

<b>New Delhi:</b> More than 200 central and state government websites publicly displayed details such as names and addresses of some Aadhaar beneficiaries, …

Security