Category Archives: Tech Media Telecom

How AI will make corporations more humane and super-linearly innovative (Part 2)

In last weeks’ blog, I listed the six fundamental pillars that make up an innovative organization: right strategy, right culture, right work organization, right technology stacks, right data and right cybersecurity. For this blog, I’ll focus on two of those … Continue reading →

How AI will make corporations more humane and super-linearly innovative (Part 1)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been darkly painted by many as the technology that will destroy jobs and render humans unemployable and obsolete. But in an expansionary era of stagnant wages, economies at full capacity, cheap capital and flat productivity, a … Continue reading →

Augmented, virtual & mixed realities: The risk chain grows more complex

Real Worlds: When Pikachu Fight Back It took a little yellow digital monster to make augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technology a mass-market product in 2016. The global impact of Pokémon Go may lead to an uptick in … Continue reading →

Guide to GDPR for tech, media and telecommunication companies

On April 14, 2016, the European Parliament voted to adopt the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The regulation will come into effect on May 25, 2018. The purpose of the regulation is to further harmonise national data protection laws across … Continue reading →

Addressing the human element in cyber risk: The HR/risk management partnership

According to the latest research by Willis Towers Watson, cyber security continues to be widely viewed as a fundamental challenge (66%) and a top priority for organizations (85%). What’s more, the 2017 Willis Towers Watson Cyber Risk Employer Survey shows … Continue reading →

Artificial Intelligence: Data-driven but not without risks

The recent edition of Mobile World Congress stressed that the industry is in a state of flux, as many new technologies have yet to enter maturity despite their strong potential for disruption. In addition to 5G and the internet of … Continue reading →

Uptake of robotic-assisted surgery brings risk

Once considered a far-fetched science fiction notion, robotics is now being used in the medical arena, offering transformative potential in patient care, prostheses and surgery. The proliferation of surgical robotics offers many cost- and precision-related advantages, but it also gives … Continue reading →

Digital ghosts: Deleted online footprints persist

The inescapable truth of modern life is that all interactions with the internet are recorded and stored, creating digital imprints of user activity and personal information. In the highly interconnected world of the internet, there is no such thing as … Continue reading →

“Cloudbleed,” data aggregation and vendor risk – what you need to know

The benefits of outsourcing critical functions, can never be discounted, but the information security risks are often not as easily identifiable or quantifiable. Continue reading →

New EU Network Security Directive

The U.K. government confirmed in its Cyber Security Regulation and Incentives Review published in December that the EU’s Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive will be implemented in the U.K. In light of the U.K.’s vote to leave the EU … Continue reading →