Bryan York, Director of Services, CrowdStrike, talks about cryptomining malware.
The British Commonwealth came out of mutual dependency and ghosts of empire past which would not sleep.
It's less about the cryptomining malware and more about how powerful the browser is, says security firm Synopsys.
Rusty Carter, VP of Product Management at Arxan Technologies talks about Meltdown and Spectre.
Apparently millennials believe culture and experiences are more important than revenue.
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.
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
Capital.com is a fintech startup providing an AI-powered trading platform designed to take trading to the next level
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
The global IT outsourcing industry has dropped nearly 30%, from $105bn in 2014 to $77bn in 2017.
Paul Worrall, Co-Founder of Zonafide talks about self-sovereign identity as a solution to cybercrime.
CEO of Confirm, Pawel Kuskowski talks about the crypto barbarians at the gate
Michael McKee, Partner, DLA Piper UK LLP discusses payments competition in European retail banking.
Simon Paris, Deputy CEO, Finastra, looks at open banking, digital transformation and robotization.
Struggling to adapt to a digital-first world isn't a unique problem, nor a particularly new one in 2018.
Why are liberals so reluctant to defend their freedoms?