Are partnerships more important than standards?

To remain relevant and competitive businesses must embrace the Internet of Things (IoT). However, a significant collateral challenge faced in doing so is managing the torrent of data these “Things” produce.

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Cyber security for cars – the impact of connectivity on security and privacy

The UK is fast becoming a global hub for the development of connected and autonomous vehicle technologies including testing of driverless vehicles in the urban environment.

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A pan-European response to cybercrime is critical

Cybercrime has become a well-financed global industry. Cybercriminals are very resourceful: they are increasingly operating as syndicates, conducting research and buying services from each other. In addition, says technology writer Bob Emmerson, threat surfaces are growing in line with the billions of connected users and devices.

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Securing our connected future

In a society where connectivity is everything, our expectations of technology are constantly increasing and changing. It is estimated that there will be 20 billion connected devices by 2020, the data gathered in this IoT era is helping businesses stay relevant, understand their customers more fluently and improve various parts of their lives.

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Privacy and data ownership as a European business advantage

Silicon Valley innovators often see Europe as a fragmented landscape of independent markets with myriad regulation at the European and national level. At the same time, on personal data protection and data ownership, this picture of fragmented Europe does not apply.

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The 2016 cybersecurity trends businesses can’t afford to ignore

The latest Breach Level Index report shows there were 888 data breaches in the first half of 2015 alone, compromising 246 million data records of customers’ personal and financial information worldwide.

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