Cybersecurity startup Cobalt has raised $29m in a Series B funding round to expand its Pentest as a Service (PtaaS) platform, which is designed to challenge software security testing.
Data privacy startup Apheris has announced that is has raised €2.5m in a seed funding round that attracted investment from key names in technology.
Cybersecurity startup Cyware has announced that it has raised $10m in a Series A funding round to expand amid growing demand for its automated threat intelligence and response product due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Bank of England will consider the potential of a digital currency in a key meeting of central banks being held tomorrow.
German insurtech Claimsforce has today announced that it has raised €7m in Series A funding to expand its disruption of the insurance claims process.
Movewise, a proptech startup that helps vendors sell properties, has announced that it has raised £600,000 in a funding round, bringing its total investment to £1.1m.
Digital securities company Akemona has become the first company to be regulated by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for a smart contract-based funding portal built on blockchain technology.
Healthtech startup Practio has this week announced it has completed an equity funding round that, combined with a loan conversion and debt financing, has raised €8.2m for the company.
While many are opting for remote working, organisations that are re-opening offices are having to do with a plethora of new safety measures, embracing smart building technologies, including virtual doors, in the process.
Ride-haling giant Lyft has reported poor but expected Q2 results, remaining bullish about its future prospects.
A US manufacturer has adopted blockchain technology to underpin the personal protective equipment (PPE) supply chain and ensure full traceability of medical-grade face masks and other items.
Startup The Privacy Co has exited stealth mode by launching its app Priiv to help users protect against privacy theft.
Honeywell has signed a letter of intent with Vertical Aerospace to make the company Vertical’s fight deck technologies supplier for its demonstrator urban air mobility (UAM) vehicle.
The news that the UK is experiencing the most severe recession since records began as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic has prompted calls to focus on digital industries to fuel recovery.
HMD Global, the Finnish company that manufactures Nokia phones, has raised $230m funding in order to expand its efforts in several areas, including 5G.
The use of live automatic facial recognition by South Wales Police Force has been ruled unlawful by the Court of Appeal.
Data sharing between the UK and the EU is at serious risk post-Brexit as the trading bloc is likely to regard the UK as being as bad as the US when it comes to privacy issues, a law firm has warned.
When it comes to the management and handling data so that it is useable, the public sector is – despite common perceptions – beating the private sector.
Startup GoSite has announced that it has closed a $16m Series A funding round to expand its platform for small businesses.
School cybersecurity is not up to scratch, with less than half of UK teachers expressing confidence in their own institution’s efforts.
Jobs across the professional sector, including IT and engineering, have seen a rise after being hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The global infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market saw dramatic growth in 2019, according to research published today by Gartner, as businesses increasingly embraced the benefits of public cloud.
Food delivery and personal shopping services have seen a sharp uptick in use amid the Covid-19 pandemic, but the number of user accounts available for sale on the dark web has also increased.
Digital transfers of money have seen a rise in use during the Covid-19 pandemic, while cash has seen a sharp decline.
Healthtech startup Infermedica has raised $10.25m in Series A funding to expand the capabilities and availability of its artificial intelligence (AI) based platform to triage patients and provide preliminary diagnoses.
Canon has been hit by a ransomware attack perpetrated by Maze Group, an organisation known for its unorthodox “name and shame” tactics.
Criminal scientists have ranked deepfakes as the most serious and worrying application of artificial intelligence (AI) in future crime and terrorism, according to a report published by UCL.