Digital Intelligence meets Digital Business

Digital Intelligence meets Digital Business

In a single second we type over 9,000 tweets, 48,000 Google searches, and 2.3 million emails, and UK consumers are expected to spend more than £50 billion online this year. We are all spending more time –and money –online, and businesses must be tech-savvy to survive. In a recent IBM survey, 4,000 C-level executives noted that technology is the single most important force shaping their business. Lying behind these statistics is a confluence of disruptive…

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Making data serve society

Making data serve society

Join up data A straightforward step to realise substantial benefits can be taken simply by joining up data across systems.  This approach is already being used to reduce fraud and error by exposing illegitimate claims for tax breaks and illegal access to benefits.  It works by combining data about someone’s use of various services together and looking for inconsistencies.  Such an index of citizens allows civil servants to quickly and easily access information in support…

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Transforming the Business of Cybercrime

Transforming the Business of Cybercrime

The cybercrime business seems to be growing more profitable each day, with continuous innovation and organised underground forums allowing cybercriminals to share, trade and collaborate. As a result, financial institutions often feel outnumbered and overwhelmed. One of the greatest challenges banks face is gaining visibility into the ever-evolving threat landscape. It’s more important than ever to stay ahead of growing threats by accessing global threat intelligence and leveraging an automated threat protection service. The need for an…

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