Cyber-attack — the words alone can be enough to incite panic. Between a lack of understanding and media sensationalism, any mention of a cyber-attack brings to mind catastrophic levels of damage.
As concern over the environment grows, there has been a marked shift in public behaviour, as people from being consumers to becoming ethical brand citizens. Davina O'Donghue, Senior Research Director at RDSi looks at how brands can best respond to meet these developing needs.
Speed of content creation’ and ‘ease of customisation’ are the top priorities for marketers in 2020, followed by ease of use and flexibility, according to new research.
A new, in-depth piece of research conducted amongst UK CIOs and senior IT professionals has revealed that the cybersecurity skills gap has reached a crisis point.
Barclays has unveiled their enhanced finger vein scanner, developed in collaboration with Hitachi using VeinID infra-red technology.
Consumers now have more options to cut off an organisation completely – whether that means deleting an app, unsubscribing from emails or other updates, or requesting a company removes every trace of them. Elizabeth Dailing, Senior Director CXM at Quadient looks at how businesses can ensure they stay on the right side of their customers in the age of the unsubscriber.
More than half of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the UK have changed customer relationship management (CRM) supplier according to new research.
A UK report looking into Russian interference into the 2016 EU referendum will not be published until after the election, despite claims that it could be released before.
Google has bought fitness device maker Fitbit for $2.1bn (£1.6bn), but the tech giant is seeking to calm fears by insisting health data will not be used for Google ads.
‘Smart Homes’ has emerged as the most mentioned vulnerable Internet of Things (IoT) technology among the world’s leading cybersecurity influencers on Twitter during the first half (H1) of 2019, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.
Over two-fifths of the UK public remains unconvinced that technology developments are being governed well enough, particularly when it comes to the use of personal data.
The US military has apologised for sending a tweet that appeared to threaten people visiting Area 51 over the weekend after a Facebook event went viral.
Hitachi has announced a first-of-its-kind biometric technology that allows users to unlock their computer by simply raising their hand.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has had his own Twitter account hacked, sending our a bombardment of racist and offensive messages.
Apple has launched a new credit card this week, but the tech giant has warned that the high tech Apple Card may be permanently discoloured by some fabrics found in wallets and jeans.
More than one million fingerprints and a host of usernames and passwords have been exposed on an unsecured database hosted by a security platform that lists the Metropolitan Police among its clients.
Two US senators have asked Amazon Chief Executive Jeff Bezos how the “Amazon’s Choice” badge on certain products is determined and whether the mark deceives consumers into purchasing “products of inferior quality.”
Developers in King's Cross have defended using facial recognition cameras across its 67-acre central London site, saying there are "sophisticated systems in place to protect" the public's privacy.
Older people are increasingly chosing ecommerce over the high street, with more than half of British adults aged 65 and over now shopping online, according to new research.
Facebook is still failing to shut down groups on its social network where fake Amazon reviews are bought and sold, according to a new report.