With three billion people now under lockdown around the world, the current Covid-19 pandemic will undoubtedly have a lasting impact.
Today, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced further measures to support businesses during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, but this does not fully address the needs of early-stage tech companies, according to Tech Nation.
The ongoing Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic has led to a surge in malicious bot activity online, according to research by cybersecurity software company Radware.
The new Digital Services Tax came into force in the UK today.
Drone deliveries have been promised for some time, but could the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic finally make them a reality?
The Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic and ongoing lockdown measures that have been implemented in many countries have changed shopping habits.
German technology company MYNXG has developed a blockchain technology to enable mobile phone tracking during the coronavirus pandemic while maintaining user privacy.
Video conferencing provider Zoom has seen a surge in usage as many employees work from home as part of social distancing or social isolation measures around the world.
With an estimated 20% of the world’s population is now under lockdown in an attempt to slow the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus, numerous industries face uncertainty.
Health and wellbeing app Evergreen Life has mapped the prevalence of Covid-19 symptoms across the UK using app user data.
As the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic continues to affect numerous aspects of daily life, workers and employers are adapting to new ways of working.
Self isolating employees from the UK’s fintech sector have developed a tool to support self-employed workers during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.
As of March 21, New York State has passed new, more stringent data privacy regulations, in the form of the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act, otherwise known as the SHIELD act.
IBM has announced the launch of the COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium, an effort to use advanced computing in the fight against coronavirus.
With the two year anniversary of open banking regulations in January, and the steady rollout of PSD2 rules, the world of banking is facing significant disruption as consumers demand increasingly sophisticated digital products.
Almost half of UK and US firms predict that their respective countries will go into recession in 2020 due to the coronavirus.
Amidst the coronavirus outbreak, the UK government has announced that it is delaying the introduction of new IR35 tax rules in the private sector by one year as part of efforts to protect the economy.
Remote working is on the rise, but cyberattacks may be too.
5G-powered coronavirus robots have been deployed in various cities in China as part of continued efforts to control the spread of COVID-19.
The UK’s digital technology sector is experiencing growth six times higher than any other UK industry, according to Tech Nation.
The Financial Conduct Authority has now begun to enforce ‘Strong Customer Authentication’ rules, a key aspect of PSD2 regulations.
As the number of COVID-19 cases around the world reaches 125000, businesses and educational institutes around the globe are rapidly putting strategies and tools in place to deal with an upsurge in remote working to delay the spread of coronavirus.
Financial fraud attacks were uncovered every two minutes in 2019 as phishing and malware continues to rise.
Coronavirus has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation, with 83 new cases declared in the UK in the last 24 hours.
Today Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak announced the 2020 Spring Budget, the first for the new UK government.