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  • August 12, 2022 12 Aug'22

    Met Police ramps up facial recognition despite ongoing concerns

    The Metropolitan Police is taking an “irresponsible” approach to deploying live facial-recognition technology, say experts. We talk to civil society groups, lawyers and politicians about the controversial programme

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  • August 12, 2022 12 Aug'22

    Microsoft doles out $13.7m in bug bounties

    Microsoft’s Bug Bounty programme has paid a total of $13.7m to more than 300 researchers in almost 50 countries

  • August 12, 2022 12 Aug'22

    SMEs overwhelmed by distraction of comms technology, networking platforms

    Study from collaboration workspace and targeted networking platform provider reveals small and medium-sized enterprises are becoming overwhelmed by the noise and distraction of social media channels

  • August 12, 2022 12 Aug'22

    Online Safety Bill ‘not fit for purpose’, say tech experts

    IT specialists lack confidence that legislation compelling tech firms to tackle online harms will work as intended, with only a small minority believing ‘harmful but legal’ content can be effectively and proportionately policed by internet platforms

  • August 12, 2022 12 Aug'22

    How critical infrastructure operators can secure OT data

    Cohesity’s CISO discusses the challenges of securing data in operational technology systems and what can be done to mitigate security threats

  • August 11, 2022 11 Aug'22

    Researcher finds 10 vulnerabilities in Cisco firewalls

    At Black Hat USA, Rapid7 researchers report on 10 security issues in popular Cisco firewall products, many of which do not yet have patches