Improving outcomes for children through ethical data use

Alex Hutchison explains the work of The Data for Children Collaborative with UNICEF, a partnership between UNICEF, The Scottish Government and the University of Edinburgh’s Data Driven Innovation Programme, and how it uses data and data science to improve the lives of children around the world.  The Data for Children Collaborative with UNICEF was established just a year […]

Non-linearity, neurodiversity and the skills gap: a Q&A with UK Cyber Security Association founder Lisa Ventura

PrivSec: Can you tell me a bit about your background, and how you came to be working in the cyber security field? Lisa Ventura (LV): I had a very non-linear journey into cyber security, as I spent many years working in the entertainment industry with the host of Who Wants to be a Millionaire in […]

Viva a revolução? Brazil’s new data protection regime

As the LGPD finally came into effect last month, PrivSec Report explores the new law and the impact it could have on the Brazilian data protection ecosystem and culture. The new Brazilian data protection law, Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados Pessoais, or “LGPD”, has received much recent attention on the global privacy stage. Passed in […]

Fun and games: Protecting children’s data in the gaming industry

Jürgen Bänsch is Director for Policy and Public Affairs at the Interactive Software Federation of Europe (ISFE), and Director of Policy and Government Relations at the Pan European Game Information (PEGI). Ahead of PrivSec Global 2020, he takes PrivSec through the work being done in the gaming sector to protect the data and privacy of […]