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Death of the tick mark
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Whitepaper

Death of the tick mark

How to prevent internal audit becoming obsolete
1 Jun 2022
Nine steps to IT audit readiness
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Whitepaper

Nine steps to IT audit readiness

How technology can help win back your time and reduce IT risk
1 Jun 2022
KRI basics for IT governance
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Whitepaper

KRI basics for IT governance

How information technology & information security can implement this crucial part of risk management
1 Jun 2022
Google claims US government is too reliant on unsecure Microsoft products
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cyber security

Google claims US government is too reliant on unsecure Microsoft products

The tech giant suggested it might be time for the government to rethink its approach to procurement
1 Apr 2022
The IT Pro Podcast: Do we need AI regulation?
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The IT Pro Podcast: Do we need AI regulation?

The debate around the value of development guardrails is growing increasingly heated
1 Apr 2022
Podcast transcript: Do we need AI regulation?
Podcast transcript: Do we need AI regulation?
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Podcast transcript: Do we need AI regulation?

Read the full transcript for this episode of the IT Pro Podcast
1 Apr 2022
Uber secures 30-month licence to operate in London
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Policy & legislation

Uber secures 30-month licence to operate in London

This comes after a regulatory battle between Uber and TfL dating back to 2017
28 Mar 2022
Over half of London councils lack cyber insurance
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cyber security

Over half of London councils lack cyber insurance

One council representative called the cyber insurance market “very challenging”
9 Mar 2022
DC AG launches algorithmic bias bill
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Policy & legislation

DC AG launches algorithmic bias bill

Law would levy $10,000 per infection for algorithmic bias
10 Dec 2021
A buyer’s guide to board management software
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Whitepaper

A buyer’s guide to board management software

Improve your board’s performance
8 Dec 2021
Outlook 2022: Five priorities for boards, management & governance professionals
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Whitepaper

Outlook 2022: Five priorities for boards, management & governance professionals

What’s driving the future of governance
8 Dec 2021
Modern governance: The how-to guide
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Whitepaper

Modern governance: The how-to guide

Equipping organisations with the right tools for business resilience
8 Dec 2021
Commerce Department creates an artificial intelligence committee
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Policy & legislation

Commerce Department creates an artificial intelligence committee

Committee fulfills commitments laid out under January defense bill
9 Sep 2021
US considering 25% tariff in retaliation to UK’s digital services tax
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Policy & legislation

US considering 25% tariff in retaliation to UK’s digital services tax

The US is mulling a new tax on UK goods such as industrial robots
30 Mar 2021
EU might force tech giants to share data with smaller rivals
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Policy & legislation

EU might force tech giants to share data with smaller rivals

The Digital Services Act draft also suggests that firms may be banned from giving their own services preferential treatment
30 Sep 2020
Uber wins license to operate in London after ‘plugging IT gaps’
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Policy & legislation

Uber wins license to operate in London after ‘plugging IT gaps’

The ride-hailing firm was previously in trouble for failings in the way it manages and releases software updates
28 Sep 2020
Master O365 governance, enforce security policies, and achieve regulatory compliance
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Whitepaper

Master O365 governance, enforce security policies, and achieve regulatory compliance

Identify — and solve — security compliance pain points
6 May 2020
What is ISO 27001?
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IT governance

What is ISO 27001?

We explain what ISO 27001 is and how it relates to IT management systems
8 Apr 2020
German housing giant fined £12.5m for GDPR violations
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Policy & legislation

German housing giant fined £12.5m for GDPR violations

The firm’s archive system held onto highly sensitive data from bank statements to health insurance records
7 Nov 2019
How 'Brexit disruption' is giving GDS a new lease of life
Policy & legislation

How 'Brexit disruption' is giving GDS a new lease of life

After years in the wilderness, the urgency of EU exit is forcing GDS to step up to the plate
19 Sep 2019
Heathrow Airport and NHS Digital join ICO sandbox projects
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Policy & legislation

Heathrow Airport and NHS Digital join ICO sandbox projects

The UK regulator will oversee the development of data-reliant services to ensure GDPR compliance
31 Jul 2019
Liberty defeated in ‘snooper’s charter’ legal challenge
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Policy & legislation

Liberty defeated in ‘snooper’s charter’ legal challenge

High court rules the government’s Investigatory Powers Act doesn’t breach human rights
29 Jul 2019
EU plotting to overhaul rules governing tech giants
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Policy & legislation

EU plotting to overhaul rules governing tech giants

The latest crackdown against harmful content may take a more centralised shape
24 Jul 2019