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Anatomy of a data breach - what really happens in a global data crisis?

Global - October 30 2020 Regulators around the world are levying very significant fines on companies that lose personal data. In this podcast, Geoff Nicholas,…

Geoff Nicholas, Giles Pratt, Kim Zelnick.

Designing or buying in AI? 5 things to minimise GDPR risk

USA - August 17 2020 AI has become a ‘buzzword’ and the opportunities that it can offer mean businesses are looking closely at how to take advantage of it. However, along…

A new low-privacy impact method to study medical records

European Union, United Kingdom - June 19 2020 A recent article in The Economist reported on a new low-privacy impact method of studying medical records by analysing data in situ. The method has…

Richard Bird.

A different kind of Turing test: how should organisations explain decisions made by AI?

United Kingdom - June 16 2020 The UK Information Commissioner's Office and the Alan Turing Institute have recently published their final guidance to help businesses and…

Giles Pratt, Joseph Mason.

Do businesses really need to be ethical with data?

European Union - April 6 2020 Data ethics is on the minds of businesses and regulators. Rachael Annear examines why These are transformative times. New Technologies are driving…