Regulatory ambiguity, overzealous banking compliance and PSP hubris reportedly forced the leading regional exchange to call it quits.
Facebook is trying to emulate WeChat's success, but it operates in a very different environment.
Procurement practices need to change if large companies want to keep up with regtech innovation.
Beware how you mix blockchain and GDPR.
Privacy is being held hostage by politics creating a situation where no one wins.
CISOs and CDOs from UK-based firms or working with UK customers and partners need to prepare for a messy security deal as part of Brexit.
The consultancy firm EY highlighted that many APAC firms lack in compliance plans that address GDPR requirements.
The new legislation offers a blueprint for data privacy that puts the user at the center and provides a foundation for a global privacy framework.
Google may have gone too far with its GDPR implementation by asking publishers take on all liabilities but give up control of consumer data use on its platform. Time for a change.
New regulation looks to create a base level of security for firms operating essential services in EU.
The Australian Government wants to centralize all biometric data for better security; privacy proponents argue that the Government is overreaching.
Mounting compliance costs and soaring calls for better regulatory oversight is creating the next boom: RegTech. And it will change the way we work, do business and live.
GDPR poses a range of legal challenges for blockchain technology and highlights the gaps between regulation and technological innovation.
With GDPR looming on the horizon, global firms are racing to comply. Digital marketers now face a slew of challenges, but it may be a good thing as these will force them to become more innovative and data-driven.
The scathing report shows that Singapore and other global firms remain unprepared for GDPR compliance.
Singapore has a new Cybersecurity Bill. Here is what IT businesses and innovators need to know about the comprehensive legislation.
As China becomes increasingly digital, it is arming itself with new laws and regulations to keep an eye on its cyber citizens.