The Government is desperate to invest in your business- Yes, Seriously!!

Stephen Sacks, Founder, Funding Nav, stephen.sacks@fundingnav.com Companies in our industry which invest in Research and Development (R+D) are evidently valued by government as demonstrated within the recent Industrial Strategy Green Paper. The government already provides tax credits to companies which Continue reading The Government is desperate to invest in your business- Yes, Seriously!!

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(ISC)2 and Learning Tree to Embed Cybersecurity Certifications within Global Public/Private Sector Training Programmes

(ISC)2, an international non-profit membership association, and Learning Tree International (OTCQX:LTRE) has announced a global agreement to enhance development of the professional cybersecurity practice around the world. (ISC)2 certifications will now be recognised within Learning Tree’s proprietary course library and Continue reading (ISC)2 and Learning Tree to Embed Cybersecurity Certifications within Global Public/Private Sector Training Programmes

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Fingerprint recognition continues to provide cost effective access control

According to a report published by TechSci Research, the global biometrics market size is set to cross $24 Billion by 2021. A further report from Technavio on the global multimodal biometrics market indicated CAGR of more than 15% over the Continue reading Fingerprint recognition continues to provide cost effective access control

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Titania given the Royal seal of approval for cyber intelligence innovation

Titania has been announced as a 2017 recipient of the Queen’s Award for Innovation. This is the highest official award that can be given to a UK business and shows significant proof of growth, innovation and success. The brainchild of Continue reading Titania given the Royal seal of approval for cyber intelligence innovation

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Facewatch founder urges government to protect facial recognition as crime-fighting tool

THE MINISTER for Digital and Culture has offered reassurances over the impact of a data protection law coming into force next year on the use of facial recognition technology for crime-fighting purposes. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which is Continue reading Facewatch founder urges government to protect facial recognition as crime-fighting tool

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