Cybercriminals are known to adapt their scams to take advantage of the latest crisis and the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic has been no different.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) and the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) have launched an investigation into facial recognition software company Clearview AI.
Fintechs lead as Verdict lists the top five terms tweeted on disruptive tech in Q2 2020, based on data from GlobalData’s Influencer Platform.
Virtual reality (VR) fitness startup FitXR has raised $7.5m in funding to expand its operations in Europe and North America and launch new VR fitness products.
The Dubai Cyber Index has been launched as part of the state government’s push to make its local cyber space safer and more resilient.
The UK’s theatres have been closed since mid-March to help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus and the knock-on effect has been devastating for everyone whose livelihood depends on the performing arts sector.
As the adoption of public cloud service providers like Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure continues to grow, a shockingly large number of organizations are experiencing a host of cybersecurity incidents as they migrate work functions to public clouds.
In 2017 the UAE signalled its commitment to technological innovation when it appointed HE Omar Al Olama as the first minister for artificial intelligence of any country in the world.
For the first time, Uber is taking to the water in London with the announcement of a partnership with Thames Clippers on its riverboat service.
Christian Floerkemeier is the CTO and vice president of product at Scandit, a company that develops software for mobile computer vision and augmented reality (AR) solutions for enterprises.
The UK must set out a hydrogen strategy as part of its commitment to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, experts from the hydrogen sector have said.
Chinese technology giant Huawei says it needs more time from the UK to assess how the latest US sanctions will affect its 5G supply chain.
Today Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his summer statement, outlining the UK government’s strategy for economic recovery in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Farewill, a startup that provides a digital platform for will writing and probate services, has raised £20m in its latest funding round to expand the business.
With numerous organisations rapidly adapting to the use of new technologies within and outside of the workplace, wearable devices could soon become a common sight in offices as a means of enforcing workplace social distancing.
Security researchers have uncovered a Russian cybercrime gang that creates fake merger and acquisition (M&A) scenarios over email to trick senior employees into transferring vast sums of cash.
While the past few months have been brutal, Simon Segars, CEO of semiconductor giant Arm, sees considerable opportunity to use the post-Covid chaos as an opportunity to create a better future supported by technology.
Brazil’s 226.3 million mobile subscriptions in 2019 accounted for 32.0% of the total mobile subscriptions in Latin America region.
Computational biology startup Nucleai has raised $6.5m in funding to advance its artificial intelligence (AI) platform, which analyses large datasets of tissue images to make predictions about how a patient will react to certain cancer treatments.
Reports that AT&T is considering selling its Warner Bros.
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, along with artificial intelligence firm Rainbird, have developed a tool to assess the risk of frontline workers being exposed to Covid-19.
5G leads as Verdict lists the top five terms tweeted on telecommunications in Q2 2020, based on data from GlobalData’s Influencer Platform.
The UK government has created a taskforce to advise on the country’s future research and development (R&D) projects, which it hopes will provide an economic boost to the country post-pandemic.
Between Friday 3rd and Sunday 5th July, Disney+ was downloaded 513,323 times globally.
Andrew Yang, former US presidential candidate and founder of Humanity Forward, is deeply concerned about how the acceleration of technology in response to the pandemic is going to impact many American citizens.
When Boris Johnson gave telecoms firms the green light to use Chinese technology giant Huawei’s 5G equipment back in January, it appeared to draw a line under the matter after more than a year of delay.
UK startups are less likely to accept government help than their French and German counterparts, according to a survey from Dealroom and LocalGlobe.
Aside from their parallel presence in public consciousness, it would be easy to think that there is little to connect contact tracing and the Black Lives Matter protests, but according to Brittany Kaiser, former Cambridge Analytica whistleblower and founder of the Own Your Data foundation, the two risk being more closely linked.
Interwoven within the narrative of the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been a growing reliance on technology by both businesses and consumers.
Cybersecurity is one of the most fertile and fast-moving areas of technology.