Tech Against Terrorism is taking the conversation around how technology companies respond to terrorist use of their platforms public - with an event last month at Chatham House, London. The first in a series of events that explores this important topic publicly, the session brought together policy makers at Google, Facebook and Twitter, with smaller tech businesses and startups.
Businesses are thinking too short term if their GDPR strategy is just ‘to comply’. Whilst for many, the changes they will need to make to become compliant are significant, focussing on compliance alone could mean businesses are missing out on bigger opportunities.
5 businesses that protect employees by teaching them ‘how not to get phished’. As the Cyber Industry is flourishing, we track the Innovators.
Why can Innovation struggle to be taken seriously (and ultimately businesses fail) due to the way in which it is accounted for, in comparison to BAU? We look at the effects of management and accounting structures on how the concept of innovation is perceived and undertaken and make a case for a rethink of current Financial Structures.
20 Cyber Security startups pitching at the DCMS’s Cyber Security Pitch-off. The rapid fire pitches were delivered without slides or demos; the un-fancy format allowed the audience to focus on the business concept. Here's a round-up.
You should be worried if your business has an Innovation Department.
A handy list of UK based tech accelerators to share with our community.
Sounds crazy right; a startup worrying about counter terrorism? Having launched a hot new product, as well as worrying about growth, PR and money they’ve got to worry about preventing terrorists from using their service?
How do you know who’s doing what? What your competitors are thinking? How to stave off the next existential threat?
Regardless of what Trump does or does not know about Cyber Security, Cyber Warfare, or using computers - it is the hacker stereotype held by all of us that is the problem.
Why and how Retailers and Financial Services must design human centric services with our data - or face extinction.
Can Klarna, unlike its rivals, understand that to radically improve ‘paying for stuff’ you need to radically improve ‘buying stuff’. Shopping is about more than just paying. There are lots of other causes of friction in the customer journey.