Using artificial intelligence to fight fraud

Artificial intelligence and machine-learning are fast becoming essential weapons in the war on fraud

What is the NIS directive and what are the ramifications?

While public opinion was focussed on GDPR, a new EU-led law was introduced which focusses on securing certain UK sectors from cyber-threat

How NIS can help organisations gain a competitive advantage

Arguably more important than GDPR, the NIS directive was set up not to pressure organisations, but to protect them

What CIOs can learn from cybercrime syndicates

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Studying the way hackers operate can be the best way for a chief information officer to counter cybercrime

Open banking fails to get consumer buy in

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An initiative designed to open up banking, mainly to third-party fintech providers, and expand consumer choice seems so far to have failed to gain widespread trust

Calculating the cost of cyber-risk

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The role of cyber-risk insurance is a complex issue for insurers and remains largely misunderstood by businesses that could benefit from cover

What CFOs need to know about cyberscams

Digital money is at risk from hackers who breach businesses’ security and pull off a cyberheist through trickery and deceit

Protecting energy networks from cyberattacks

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In an age of digital connectivity, energy networks are increasingly vulnerable to crippling cyberattacks by criminals, rogue hackers or hostile states