In November 2019, a group of leaders from the online safety community met in Westminster to explore challenges and opportunities in the sector. We collectively concluded that there is a need for a body that represents those creating technology for online safety.
Having a safer internet doesn’t have to have a high price tag, high human cost and invade user privacy
Today, Tuesday 11 February, is Safer Internet Day, an annual event that has grown to be recognised in approximately 150 countries worldwide. Few would dispute that the internet is a wonderful invention and a priceless tool that has become an everyday part of modern living, however, due to some of the darker sides of human…
Tackling challenges together: a range of innovators and other stakeholders from the online safety community to meet in Westminster. The group gathered to discuss the challenges and opportunities in front of them.
A clear stand out theme at the recent CityForum ‘Future Vision for Digital Forensics’ event, held at the BT Tower in London, was how transformational change and greater consistency would be welcomed and is needed within digital forensics.
Last week Digital Forensics leaders met to discuss the Future Vision for Digital Forensics. With engagement like this from across the community, the future of Digital Forensics in the UK looks brighter than ever…
America’s National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Partners with UK’s Cyan Forensics, to Evaluate and Accelerate the Detection of Child Sexual Abuse Material. Announced today at the Crimes Against Children Conference in Dallas.