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Google investigated for potentially breaching GDPR by listening in on private...
German authorities are launching administrative proceedings against Google after it was revealed the tech titan’s employees had listened to private conversations when reviewing Google Assistant, the company’s voice controlled digital assistant.
Boldstart Ventures collects $40m for Fund IV
Boldstart Ventures, a New York-based firm investing in enterprise software, has raised $40.65m for its fourth fund.
Netshield opens Series A funding round
Netshield, a provider of network access control (NAC) solutions, has launched its Series A funding round in a bid to target the US and Asia.
OSNEXUS launches GDPR-compliant Secure Log Reporting feature
OSNEXUS, a developer of hyper-scale software-defined storage solutions, has launched a new Secure Log Reporting feature.
Regulations are taking resources away from Cybersecurity
Regulations are sapping resources and distracting financial institutions away from their cyber defences according to panellists at the Global RegTech Summit 2018.
Micro Focus launches file governance suite to address GDPR
Enterprise software company Micro Focus has launched a file governance suite to address GDPR data security standards.
KPMG forms cybersecurity alliance with Cylance
Cylance, a cybersecurity company leveraging AI and machine learning to provide threat prevention, has formed an alliance with KPMG.
10 RegTechs to help you achieve GDPR compliance: Part 2
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force last week, bringing with it heavy fines (up to 4% of global turnover or €20m) for those who fail to comply.
US companies to spend $41.7bn for GDPR compliance
U.S. companies are projected to spend a total of $41.7bn to achieve compliance with the GDPR, according to new research.
Majority of asset managers increase data protection for GDPR
The majority of asset managers have increased data protection to comply with upcoming by the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), according to a recent study.