Huge amounts of time and money are ploughed into cybersecurity, data protection and data privacy, and rightly so. But there’s one extra element we’re forgetting about as we focus on keeping systems and data secure – the human. This is why the area known as Safety Tech is so important. It addresses deficiencies that we read about on a daily basis when it comes to keeping people safe online.
It’s a topic that’s not only important for organizations and governments to get their heads around, but also for us as individuals. That’s why we spoke to competitive strategic advisor, analytical storyteller, and acclaimed keynote speaker, Suki Fuller, to give us the inside track. In this episode we cover everything from how Safety Tech is defined, through to why it’s so important and what needs to happen for organizations to bake it into their approach.
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If the podcast has piqued your interest, here are some of the resources we reference for you to get stuck into.
Safety by Design
This story on Computer Weekly covers the launch of the UK government’s safety by design guidance. Read it here.
Inside the Safety Tech sector
Here’s the study commissioned by the UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), Safer technology, safer users: The UK as a world-leader in Safety Tech.
If you want to hear more from Suki, keep an eye on The Data Dreamer for fresh insights from her as we dig deeper into the topic of Safety Tech. And stay tuned to DataXpresso for the latest thinking and stories from the world of data.