The Bank of England wants to 'access more data' from cloud providers to tackle cloud concentration risk, according to reports, but they don't fall within its jurisdiction.
New clauses from industry body the Lloyds Market Association are designed to restrict the liability of underwriters for the high cost of cybercrime. Is this a positive step?
Institutional investors are turning to AI to scrutinise the businesses in their portfolios. Will this improve corporate governance or will companies game the algorithms?
A new report says using data more efficiently – and providing reliable accompanying infrastructure – could ease pressure on the NHS.
Online disruption after an attempt to "interfere" with Tesco's IT systems reveals cyber risk management is still a work in progress, even for the UK's largest companies.
Rules on reporting cyberattacks on critical infrastructure, mandated by the EU's NIS directive, aren't sufficient, a Sky News report reveals, but the UK will miss out on a planned upgrade.
A case against McDonald’s in the US has exposed a fragile legal framework on biometric data acquisition.
Twitter is applying the 'bug bounty' model to AI bias. It is good idea, experts say, but the social network's response must be carefully managed.
The data science industry currently lacks recognised professional standards around ethics. A group of professional organisations wants to change this.
At a time when businesses are under pressure to plan their digital futures, the UK government's new digital regulation strategy is light on specifics.
As ESG grows in importance for businesses, tech leaders can play a vital role in driving their organisations towards a more sustainable future.