The moment we have all dreaded has come: the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) act is upon us, and there's no doubt it will have a huge impact on digital business, as well as on any other business that has an online presence.
Plexal, home to many up-and-coming startups in London, has been chosen by the UK government to run the Cyber Innovation Centre, which will support many later-stage cybersecurity startups as they scale up.
Cyberattacks cost an increasing amount of money, which is why the cybersecurity sector is investing so much in fighting the aggressors. A new service, SmilePass, is using biometric authentication -- in the form of a selfie -- to combat the reported GB pound 30 billion loss to British business from cybersecurity breaches.
Alphabet, Google's parent company, has launched a new cybersecurity firm named Chronicle with which it aims to shake up the cybersecurity business. Like many other companies, Chronicle uses advanced machine learning algorithms to help companies better understand their own security data and therefore prevent and predict cyber attacks. The difference is ...
Gemalto, the digital security analysts, has found that 95% of global companies have adopted cloud services, but there is a broad gap that defines how firms from different countries secure data and regard security precautions as necessary.
Cybersecurity company Cybeats has raised funding in a pre-seed investment round from companies including iNovia Capital and Maple Leaf Angels as well as a host of cybersecurity industry insiders -- among them Dr Richard Reiner, Brian O'Higgins and Brian Bourne.
As we roll into 2018, tech is set to make an even bigger impact on the way we live our lives. Augmented reality and artificial intelligence are changing the way we work, fueling changes in communication and collaboration, and smart city technology such as edge computing and machine learning is altering our shared living spaces for the better.