01 Oct

Technology Can Save or Kill You: IoT Security in European Healthcare

According to the IDC IoT Global Survey 2019, European healthcare organizations see both security concerns and opportunities in the implementation of IoT projects. Internet of Things solutions in the healthcare environment can be used easily to secure environments, patients and workers within a complex, often big healthcare setting. Some examples include GPS location tracking of […]

16 Sep

Facial Recognition in Europe – a Battle Between Privacy and Surveillance

Police, security forces, and private landlords are increasingly using facial recognition across Western Europe for surveillance purposes. Facial recognition systems have been deployed by police in Berlin, Copenhagen, and several UK cities. Concern about the use of this technology by the public and private sector is growing dramatically, and legislators are now waking up to […]

12 Aug

European Commission to Create GDPR Equivalent for AI

Jack VernonSenior Research Analyst, European AI SystemsRead full bio New European Commission (EC) President Ursula von der Leyen looks like she could be instrumental in pushing a significantly changed regulatory environment for the development of artificial intelligence in Europe — marking a stark departure from the EC’s approach under predecessor Jean-Claude Juncker, who chose not […]

07 Aug

Your Next Big Security Threat Already Works for You!

Dominic TrottResearch Director, European SecurityRead full bio @DominicTrott Six years after the Snowden revelations, insider threats still preoccupy the thoughts of European security decision makers. After ransomware and malware — the two most commonly seen vectors for breaches — malicious insiders are the threats that European enterprises are most concerned by.