Tech leaders from Ministry of Justice, UK Parliament, London and more join Tech Monitor and New Statesman’s virtual forum on public sector technology.
A case against McDonald’s in the US has exposed a fragile legal framework on biometric data acquisition.
Terms for 'artificial intelligence' are used interchangeably, but a new study shows that the choice of words affects how systems are perceived and, perhaps, adopted.
The UK has issued the most open-banking licences in Europe, a new study finds, although it lags behind the Nordics in digital commerce.
A combination of legacy operational technology and modern digital systems creates security flaws for hackers to exploit.
The EU's probe into the rules governing the Apple App Store could have big implications for the company and other so-called 'digital gatekeepers'.
Analysis of financial reports and company performance shows digital transformation climbing the agenda and technology separating the winners from the losers.
IT is dead, long live technology? Leadership traits and CIO priorities for 2021 will be shaped by empathy, communication, the future of work, and a second wave of digital innovation.
After fining financial institutions over $10bn for breaches in 2020, regulators are increasingly focused on data quality.
Highlights from our video conversations with technology executives in a year that put them in the spotlight.
Data really is the new oil in Equinor’s digital roadmap and for the organisation's CIO, Åshild Hanne Larsen.