Boris Johnson said it would be "intolerable and undemocratic" for Brussels to impose its laws on Britain after Brexit.
Chase Smith, Lead Blockchain Architect at OPEN, discusses a decentralized receipt of purchase solution called OPEN State.
The state of Identity in the UK is far behind that in the rest of Europe, and this is central to the success of consumer-focused fintech and financial services.
Suzanne McAndrew, Managing Director, Talent & Rewards, Willis Towers Watson says just 18% of breaches driven directly by external threats.
GPU manufacturers are scrambling to deal with rapidly rising demand for graphics cards.
A Japanese firm has announced plans for the world's tallest wooden building, a 70-storey skyscraper in Tokyo that aims to turn "towns into forests".
The SRD aims to increasing transparency, accountability and stakeholder engagement.
Ben Boswell, VP of Europe for World Wide Technology, discusses how financial services can assure the safe functioning of their applications in an increasingly complex environment
Data from the EU statistics office shows that the economy of the 28-member EU grew by 2.5% in 2017, its best performance since it grew 2.7% in 2007.
Capital.com is a fintech startup providing an AI-powered trading platform designed to take trading to the next level
OpenBazaar CEO Brian Hoffman said a token event is being planned for around the end of March.
US President Donald Trump has said he will no longer allow the US to be China's 'piggy bank', as he discussed tariffs and quotas for steel and aluminium imports.
The bill, which will come to approximately 2.86bn Korean won (£1.9m, $2.64m), will be paid from the South's Ministry of Unification budget.
Stellar now added to Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, XRP, Litecoin, Ethereum Classic and Dash.
Saverio Mayer, European boss of FTSE 100 packaging giant Smurfit Kappa, tells IBTimes UK his job is not to sell more paper but optimised sustainable solutions.
The vulnerability allowed hackers to install a backdoor that allowed them to gain remote control of victims' systems.
A quarter of all property owned by overseas companies in England and Wales is held by companies registered in the British Virgin Islands, according to new research.
UK Construction Week attracted criticism last year over scantily dressed hostesses at some of the exhibition's stands.
Direct carrier billing gives many mobile carriers a head-start on strong customer authentication, one of the major aspects of the PSD2 update.
Charles H. Silver, CEO, Algebraix looks at personal data spending power