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  • May 10, 2019 10 May'19

    Government hints at biometric regulations

    Immigration minister says options are being considered around governance and oversight of biometric technologies use

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  • May 10, 2019 10 May'19

    Key lessons from an ethical hacker

    Understanding hacker techniques and processes is the best way to defend against cyber attacks, and focusing on business risks is the best way to get security budget, according to an ethical hacker

  • May 10, 2019 10 May'19

    Reducing poverty through fintech at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

    Kosta Peric swapped a life innovating for banks to work on increasing financial inclusion in the developing world

  • May 10, 2019 10 May'19

    Dutch businesses not yet implementing NIS Directive

    Little urgency to comply with the Network and Information Systems Security Act, which seeks to protect the Netherlands’ vital infrastructure and digital services from cyber attack

  • May 10, 2019 10 May'19

    Home Office seeks immigration technology head

    The Home Office is looking for a suitable candidate to fill its newly created high-profile IT role, which will cover Brexit-related requirements around immigration technology

  • May 09, 2019 09 May'19

    Home Office failing on Emergency Services Network, says NAO

    The delayed Emergency Services Network is slipping further behind schedule and is getting more expensive all the time – and the Home Office’s management of the project is to blame, says the National Audit Office