“Are you ready for GDPR?”. “GPDR, 6 steps you *must* take”. “Do you want to go to prison and never see your kids again?” As CTO of a software company, I get a variation of one of these emails every single day, and I strongly suspect I am not alone. The first thing I am […]

Alexa, what’s my bank balance? The 2018 state of voice. All of a sudden voice assistants are everywhere. In our phones, cars, TVs, microwaves and refrigerators. If you don’t have at least one Amazon Echo, Google Home or Apple HomePod in your house at this point you might be in the minority: voice assistants have […]

Once more unto the (data) breach by Dr Cornelius Glackin   1 in 4 companies will experience a data breach in the next 12 months according to the Ponemon[1] Institute’s “2017 Cost of Data Breach Study: Global Overview”. The perception is that the vast majority of data breaches involve on-premise infrastructure. As such, many companies […]

These days, no-one wants to pay for anything:  free email, free search, free storage, free social media, free everything. But let’s face it, it’s costing someone, somewhere. I got thinking more about this after a chance remark from someone who visited us at the AI Finance Summit this week in Zurich (https://theaisummit.com/finance/).  He said that […]

No cloud server or messaging system is completely secure: Just ask Hillary Clinton. Even though these systems are protected with layers of security, these layers can be hacked. Brute force attacks can crack passwords. MITM attacks using tools like sslstrip can turn secure sessions into insecure HTTP sessions. And outright manipulation of human confidence can […]

We all have a nagging sense of worry about letting our personal data roam free in the cloud.  Can we trust the people who hold it not to misuse it? It seems that in fact very few people feel comfortable about it:  We asked 1,500 Americans over the Thanksgiving weekend whether they trusted the “Big […]

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