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Europol publishes SIRIUS EU Digital Evidence Situation Report 2019

A new report just issued by Europol aims to paint a detailed picture of the access status afforded to European Union (EU) Member States when it comes to electronic evidence held by foreign-based online service providers in 2018. The report presents data in relation to the volume...
Posted On 06 Jan 2020
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Deloitte: “Few businesses use enterprise-wide cognitive sensing to detect risks”

Of more than 1,590 C-Suite and other executives recently surveyed by Deloitte, 39.4% report the greatest benefit of using cognitive risk sensing is the early detection of emerging risks and potential threats. However, just 5.3% of respondents say their organisations use...
Posted On 04 Dec 2019
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Biometrics and Forensics Ethics Group to oversee use of large data sets by Home Office

The Biometrics and Forensics Ethics Group (BFEG), a non-departmental public body, will now be asked to consider ethical issues relating to the use of large and complex data sets by the Home Office. The BFEG will provide independent oversight of the Data Ethics Governance...
Posted On 18 Feb 2019
Any lack of information governance for digital channels increases the risk of a data breach and reputational damage
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“Social messaging and file-sharing content left unmanaged in one third of firms” states Iron Mountain/AIIM study

Despite the fact that the use of digital communications and collaboration platforms is growing faster in businesses than among consumers1, around one-in-three organisations has no-one responsible for governing the content of instant messaging (39%), mobile (32%), social media...
Posted On 03 Mar 2015