David Ferbrache
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KPMG CTO David Ferbrache highlights Top Ten cyber security trends for 2019

David Ferbrache, chief technology officer in KPMG’s cyber security practice, has highlighted the Top Ten cyber security trends we can expect to see in 2019. Those trends include a lack of consensus when it comes to cyber law, the proliferation of fake news (and the implications...
Posted On 09 Jan 2019
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Outsourcing projects “six times more likely to succeed” with excellence in change management

Research findings published by facilities management specialist ISS finds that those projects with ‘excellent’ change management in place are six times more likely to meet objectives than those with ‘poor’ change management – and even those using ‘good’ change management are five...
Posted On 11 May 2018
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Over 70% of UK police forces “refuse to provide data on digital evidence gathering” states Big Brother Watch

A detailed report just published by privacy and civil liberties campaigning organisation Big Brother Watch reveals that 93% of police forces extract digital evidence from connected devices, but alarmingly a substantial 71% of those forces refuse to provide data in terms of how...
Posted On 28 Nov 2017
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71% of police forces deploy body-worn cameras, but cannot show when footage is used in court

A report published by civil liberties and privacy campaign group Big Brother Watch reveals that 71% of UK police forces have spent £22,703,235 on 47,922 body-worn cameras, but are unable to show how many guilty pleas or convictions have been obtained based on footage obtained...
Posted On 15 Aug 2017
Peter Webster
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Have We Heard The Last of Business Licensing?

With the consultation period for the Security Industry Authority’s comprehensive Draft Corporate Plan now closed for comment, Peter Webster explains why he hopes that the omission of business licensing-focused comment means we’ve heard the last of the idea. Friday 11 March 2016...
Posted On 15 Apr 2016
Keith Vaz MP: Chairman of the Home Affairs Committee
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“Police and Crime Commissioners are here to stay” urges Home Affairs Committee report

The Home Affairs Committee believes that Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) are here to stay, but warns of a lack of competition for chief constable vacancies and the need for more transparency across the police service. As the first four-year term of PCCs draws to a close,...
Posted On 29 Mar 2016
Deloitte and IBM are jointly delivering next generation risk intelligence solutions
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Deloitte and IBM’s strategic alliance set to deliver “next generation risk intelligence”

Deloitte and IBM have announced the latest step in their long-standing strategic alliance which is specifically designed to create a “transformative series” of risk management and regulatory compliance solutions. Significant changes have occurred in the risk landscape...
Posted On 18 May 2015