This innovative technology could reduce time spent by humans searching for errors in code and could boost cybersecurity efforts. There are also potential uses for autonomous industries su...
American parties on both sides of the political spectrum are concerned about the influence of fake news on the 2020 U.S. presidential election - but who is more worried?
The digital transformation we are living through is built on data - but trust in the way data is handed is decreasing. Here's how business leaders can turn this around for the benefit of ...
Cybercrime could cost banks an estimated $350 billion in the next five years. To respond effectively, organizations need to develop a more thorough and collaborative approach.
Cyber-attacks are one of the biggest risks to business. This is how companies and investors should protect themselves.
The erosion of trust has been a key theme of the last decade, and one that all business leaders must engage with in the years ahead.
How leaders can adapt and adopt the right strategies to ensure optimal cybersecurity and digital trust.
A group of global telecoms firms has been working with the World Economic Forum on an initiative that seeks to address cybercrime at its root...
Password authentication is outdated; It turns customers off, makes life easier for cybercriminals and costs firms money. Here's what is going to replace them.
Addressing an organization's lack of cybersecurity skills can be a business opportunity as well as a way to save money. Here are some starting points for business leaders.
By working together, the public nor private sectors can deploy and scale the full range of capabilities needed to fight cybercrime. Here's how to get there.
With technology such as artificial intelligence and quantum computing developing rapidly, businesses must be prepared to deal with attacks from online hackers.
As cyberattacks grow in sophistication and frequency, strategic decision-making is required to enhance organizations' preparedness and resilience. Here's a guide.
Enhancing trust in data requires rethinking consent.
After years of headlines about data-misuse, broken trust and tightening regulations are reversing the promise of the data economy. Could new data privacy tech offer a way forward?