How to Prepare Your Business for the EU AI Act With KPMG’s EU AI Hub

The EU AI Hub, launched by AI security firm Cranium with KPMG and Microsoft, provides businesses with the tools and expertise they need to ensure their AI offerings are compliant with new regulations.

By |2024-05-24T17:51:16+00:00May 24, 2024|ai, AI Act, Artificial Intelligence, compliance, CXO, Developer, emea, EU, International, kpmg, Microsoft, regulations, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on How to Prepare Your Business for the EU AI Act With KPMG’s EU AI Hub

Regulator CMA to Scrutinize Microsoft and Other Cloud Service Providers in the UK

Microsoft and Amazon have responded to the Ofcom cloud services market survey that resulted in the UK-based telecoms regulator making a referral for the CMA to review the issues discovered.

By |2023-10-13T17:16:13+00:00October 13, 2023|Amazon, AWS, Cloud, cloud computing, CXO, Google, International, Microsoft, microsoft azure, ofcom, public cloud, regulations, telecommunications, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Regulator CMA to Scrutinize Microsoft and Other Cloud Service Providers in the UK

Australia, New Zealand Enterprises Spend Big on Security — But Will It Be Enough?

Australian and New Zealand businesses will increase spending on cybersecurity by double digits… but they might not be able to spend their way to safety.

By |2023-10-10T14:34:22+00:00October 10, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, Australia, budgeting, Cloud, cloud security, cloud services, CXO, genai, generative ai, hybrid workforce, International, regulations, Security, security budgeting, security spending, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Australia, New Zealand Enterprises Spend Big on Security — But Will It Be Enough?

Retailers Are Rapidly Scaling Surveillance of Australian Consumers — Why This Is a Red Flag

Australian retailers are rolling out mass surveillance solutions to combat shoplifting, but a poor regulatory environment could mean high risks associated with data security and privacy.

By |2023-09-21T09:00:08+00:00September 21, 2023|Australia, Big Data, CXO, data governance, data governance risk, data privacy, data privacy risk, data regulations, data security, data security risk, gdpr, International, regulations, regulatory risk, Security, surveillance, Tech & Work, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Retailers Are Rapidly Scaling Surveillance of Australian Consumers — Why This Is a Red Flag

How Australia’s Banking Sector Can Embrace Cross-Collaboration to Combat the Scam Epidemic

The ACCC has given the green light for cross-banking collaboration to address scams. Here's how IT pros in financial services can take advantage of this opportunity.

By |2023-10-11T15:40:20+00:00August 8, 2023|accc, Australia, Banking, Big Data, finance, governance, International, regulations, scams, Security, Uncategorized|Comments Off on How Australia’s Banking Sector Can Embrace Cross-Collaboration to Combat the Scam Epidemic

EU AI draft law: Could Europe’s new AI rulebook set a global precedent?

Dubbed the AI Act, Europe’s draft regulations concerning the use of artificial intelligence are comprehensive and far-reaching. Here's what you need to know. The post EU AI draft law: Could Europe’s new AI rulebook set a global precedent? appeare...

By |2023-06-21T16:45:09+00:00June 21, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, EU, european union, International, regulations, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on EU AI draft law: Could Europe’s new AI rulebook set a global precedent?

The Australian AI governance debate starts to heat up

Australian ministers debate whether implementing regulations for AI will address the challenges caused by a lack of skilled AI talent. The post The Australian AI governance debate starts to heat up appeared first on TechRepublic.

By |2023-06-13T15:26:37+00:00June 13, 2023|ai, Artificial Intelligence, Australia, Big Data, CXO, governance, regulations, Tech & Work, Uncategorized|Comments Off on The Australian AI governance debate starts to heat up

EU network providers keep pushing Big Tech to help pay for infrastructure

Telecom and EU representatives at MWC 2023 increased pressure on American Big Tech companies to help with future-proofing expenses. The post EU network providers keep pushing Big Tech to help pay for infrastructure appeared first on TechRepublic.

By |2023-03-13T19:35:33+00:00March 13, 2023|big tech, Edge, EU, european union, mobile world congress 2023, network operators, Networking, regulations, Tech Industry, telecom, telecommunications, Uncategorized|Comments Off on EU network providers keep pushing Big Tech to help pay for infrastructure
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