The Data Literacy Project - aimed at strengthening skills among the workforce and forge a society “fluent in data” - might have attracted some big industry brands but the vast majority of data scientists are still concerned about the lack of data literacy in the UK.
Facial recognition software might be controversial but the technology is here to stay after two leading judges threw out a case brought by human rights group Liberty against South Wales Police, ruling that it "met the requirements of the Human Rights Act".
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The proposed fines against British Airways and Marriott International for breaches GDPR have sent shockwaves through the business community, with a new study showing that UK companies have suddenly started to take cybersecurity much more seriously at board-level with the vast majority seeking to increase their online security budgets.
NHS Digital is aiming to prevent another WannaCry ramsomware attack, which brought chaos to the organisation back in 2017, by signing a five-year contract with Accenture to provide cyber security services for health service organisations in England.
The Information Commissioner’s Office has joined forces with data protection authorities from around the world in demanding more openness from Facebook and other firms supporting the social media giant’s proposed Libra digital currency, amid fears the scheme could potentially be in breach of privacy laws.
The Government has kicked off a new audit of UK’s cyber security job market in an effort to assess how firms are handling the employment and training of tech professionals and to see whether the skills gap has eased or widened.