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Digital Transformation Meets Regulation 4.0 In 2030 (2/3): Where Should Incumbents Play?
As regulators continue to develop their response to disruptive innovation, the regulatory risk – what type of regulatory change will occur in response to innovation – for incumbents is increasing.
UK
17 Oct 2018
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The Dangers Of The Internet
This week, Eefje Chalmers, a family business advisor with Deloitte Netherlands, considers the potential impacts of using technology on families and their organisations.
UK
6 Apr 2017
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Change Happens At The Speed Of Trust
This week we’re delighted to share some thoughts from a US colleague on a topical healthcare issue.
UK
2 Apr 2015
4
Defining Humanity: The Fate Of Internet Of Things
The debate around the Internet of Things (IoT) is growing and as the number and variety of connected devices grow, the fate of IoT will lie on the cultural and social paradigms that define humanity as a whole.
UK
2 Apr 2015
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The ME In Media
Have you heard about how Target, a large US retailer, discovered that a teenager was pregnant even before her father did?
UK
15 Oct 2014
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From Sparta To Cyber Space
Asymmetric warfare isn't new. It has a long history, from when 300 Spartans held Xerxes' Persian army of more than 100,000 in 480 BC, right through to modern day.
UK
22 Nov 2013
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Wireless: The Coffee Shop Corporate LAN
While wireless network popularity has grown, their accessibility requires appropriate segregation to be in place along with strong protective measures.
UK
1 Aug 2013
8
Cyber Security - Are CFOs Doing Enough?
The rapid pace of change in technology has provided huge opportunities for organisations to develop new models, services and products.
UK
25 Mar 2013
9
Deloitte Technology Predictions 2011 - Part 1
Welcome to the 10th edition of Deloitte’s Predictions for the technology, media & telecommunications (TMT) sector.
UK
19 Jan 2011
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Deloitte Technology Predictions 2011 - Part 2
Deloitte predicts that during the course of 2011 online privacy will provoke more irate headlines and exasperated calls for action than ever before.
UK
19 Jan 2011
11
Take The Longer Term View - Consumer Business Security Survey 2009
Despite the economic climate negatively impacting Consumer Business (CB) organisations, security issues remain high on the agenda.
UK
26 Mar 2009
12
Data Management Services: Addressing All Elements Of Your Data From The Roots Up.
"Ultimately, poor data quality is like dirt on the windshield. You may be able to drive for a long time with slowly degrading vision, but at some point, you either have to stop and clear the windshield or risk."
UK
30 May 2007
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Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard - Does Your Company Store, Process or Transmit Cardholder Data?
Following a series of high profile data security breaches, credit card users are putting payment processors and merchants under increased pressure to ensure the confidentiality and overall security of personal and transactional data.
UK
3 Aug 2006
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Ripped Off: Identity Theft – A View from the Financial Services Industry
Identity fraud is increasing dramatically. And that is just the reported cases. APACS, the UK payments organisation, reports that the cost of online banking fraud more than doubled in the first six months of 2005 compared to the same period in 2004. Similarly, ‘card not present’ fraud via the internet, phone or mail order swelled by 29% in the same period. In fact, internet fraud is said to account for a quarter of all losses.
UK
 
26 Apr 2006
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Your Data. Your Opportunity? - Helping CIOs get the Most from their Data
As the head of your IT department, you are the custodian of what is arguably the most important company asset, its data. We understand that you do not own the data but you do have a variety of responsibilities around the data.
UK
17 Jan 2006
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Reviewing and Revising Corporate Interim Reporting - The half-time results
This publication considers how these changes will affect British companies by contrasting new requirements with present practice in interim reports as measured in a survey of current practice. In key areas the results of three older surveys published respectively in 2002, 1999 and 1995 are included to provide comparisons over time.
UK
 
1 Mar 2005
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Oil & Gas: Reserves Measurement and Reporting in the 21st century - Presenting the Full Picture
Strong oil demand growth, coupled with the tightest oil supplies in over 25 years, caused oil prices to surge upwards, averaging almost $40 a barrel. Natural gas production declines in the US, and linkage to oil prices in Western Europe, led to higher natural gas prices and heightened the awareness that much more gas must be piped or shipped over much longer distances in the coming years.
UK
15 Feb 2005
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TMT Trends: Predictions, 2005 - A focus on the media sector
2005 will see the media find new stability in the digital age. The music industry will be the first to emerge as a master of the internet. Legal downloading will flourish, and a concerted, coordinated and global effort to crackdown on pirates will see illegal activity take a significant blow.
UK
 
27 Jan 2005
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The Sting-an insider’s guide to film piracy
Piracy comes in two guises – hard copy (physical goods) and soft copy (electronic files). Press and check discs are one of the largest sources of pirated films.
UK
 
24 Jun 2004
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Easy money - counting the cost of pirated films
Piracy cannibalises the main money makers for studios – the rental and sale of DVDs and home videos. Hard copy piracy costs an estimated $3-3.5bn per year; digital theft may cost $3-4bn per year.
UK
 
24 Jun 2004
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