‘Finished Intelligence’ is a requirement for successful security

For executive protection teams tasked with safeguarding business leaders in an increasingly complex threat landscape, having rapid access to relevant information is essential. But as more threat actors shift operations online—and often to illicit, exclusive communities and platforms—many of the insights most useful to executive protection teams are becoming decentralised and difficult to access. These […]

Has GDPR made marketers more data conscious?

The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018 has undoubtedly disrupted inbound and digital marketing strategies. From adding compliance overhead to the soaring cost of inbound campaigns and fear of non-compliance undermining confidence in outbound campaigns, marketers are struggling to meet revenue targets. But GDPR has also served as a massive […]

Ian West: What does 2019 hold?

The second in our two-part series sees Ian West, chair of the GDPR Refresh theatre at Data Protection World Forum, shares his thoughts on what 2019 holds for data protection. It appears that we are in for a most intriguing and rollercoaster 2019. The UK Parliament has finally decided that it can’t decide what to […]

Ian West: 2018 in review

The first in our two-part series sees Ian West, chair of the GDPR Refresh theatre at Data Protection World Forum, shares his thoughts on the past 12 months in data protection. 2018 in Review The Year 2000 became synonymous with huge hype and the end of the world being nigh. The Millennium Bug led to enormous expenditure, but […]