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  • January 29, 2018 29 Jan'18

    NGO to fight for GDPR rights set to launch

    A new breed of NGO aimed at helping EU citizens fight for privacy rights under the GDPR is set to launch after achieving the minimum funding required

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  • January 29, 2018 29 Jan'18

    BETT 2018: Children need to grow into more than ‘digital consumers’, says apprenticeships minister

    Anne Milton told the BETT 2018 education technology show that to fill the skills gap, children need to grow up to be more than just consumers of digital

  • January 29, 2018 29 Jan'18

    Hefty fines confirmed for CNI providers with poor cyber security

    The government has confirmed that critical infrastructure providers with poor cyber security face fines of millions of pounds as the National Cyber Security Centre publishes new guidance for the industry

  • January 29, 2018 29 Jan'18

    Business cyber crime up 63%, UK stats show  

    Despite an overall decrease in fraud and computer misuse in 2017, the latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) reports show that incidents involving computer misuse and malware against business are way up

  • January 29, 2018 29 Jan'18

    Government bulks up on AI personnel

    The UK government is starting to put bodies behind its artificial intelligence commentary as two departments announce job roles

  • January 28, 2018 28 Jan'18

    How blockchain can secure the IoT

    By doing away with a central authority in internet of things (IoT) networks, blockchain technology can reduce the risk of IoT devices being compromised by a single point of security failure