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In a decision passed down by the High Court of England and Wales on 18 March 2020, the court granted a consultant access into two “inner” confidentiality rings…
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National infrastructure, and who provides it, has always been a political and diplomatic minefield. Sourcing reliable vendors to deliver quality output, on…
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Two recent decisions by the UK Information Commissioner’s Office underscore the importance of taking proactive and comprehensive measures to protect customer…
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Technology has long been a feature of infrastructure projects. However, recent developments mean that today it is rare to see an infrastructure project…

Using your mobile number as a security check for your emails and banking is widespread practice nowadays, yet a low bar for identity verification amongst telco…
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Fourteen years ago, purchasing a coffee was a laborious process which required you to insert your card into a terminal and enter the PIN code. Now, with a…
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The question of how to control artificial intelligence has haunted us for thousands of years. From early Greek myths of artificial women to the birth of modern…
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Whatever your views on it, Brexit is finally here. Ahead of the UK’s exit from the European Union on 31 January 2020, the Information Commissioner’s Office (…
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Data breaches and hacking incidents are no longer something that occurs elsewhere.
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We’ve all read it before – the growth in new and emerging technologies is accelerating at an exponential phase and impacting on all aspects of our lives. It is…
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As the use of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in Australia continues to climb, the last few months have seen a flurry of activity from the Australian…
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