We’ve seen an awful lot written in recent months about this May’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) – the legislation that replaces an existing data protection directive, rewrites the rules for collecting and managing consumer data, and deals data privacy one of its biggest shake-ups in two decades. There has been lots of worry as …

Organizations are under growing pressure to protect themselves and their customers’ private data from an ever-growing threat landscape. As news of data breach after data breach continue to roll in, consumers’ trust in organizations to protect their data is at an all-time low. According to a recent survey by Consumer Reports, 70% of Americans lack …

I still haven’t decided if Edward Snowden is a hero, a traitor, or a schmuck.  I watched Citizenfour, the documentary that captures his story in real time, thinking it would help me figure it out, but I walked away liking him more and his actions less, and still not ready to hang a scarlet letter …

By 2020, our streets may be paved with all kinds of tracking devices and sensors that collect data, arguably, the gold of the 21st century. This is the promise of smart cities, using connected devices and data to revolutionise how we live, work – and market.