Vaccine passports: The ticket to the new normal and the technology to take us there
As coronavirus vaccinations become more widespread, critical questions arise around the role of proof of vaccination and other forms of digital health evidence in creating the new normal.
Vaccine passports or discrimination licences?
The rollout of COVID-19 vaccines around the world presents new hope for the easing of restrictions on travel and social interaction.
Contact tracing apps: A new world for data privacy
The COVID-19 pandemic has seen governments across the world restricting civil liberties and movement to new levels.
Cybersecurity: Not just an IT issue, but a regulatory one too
For some time now financial services firms (firms) have been aware that cyber-resilience is a key area of risk and that it’s not just an IT issue but a regulatory one too.
Modernization of the courts during COVID-19
Litigants and courts alike have faced struggles with handling a new frontier of litigation in the age of COVID-19.
Going viral: Heightened cyber and corporate crime risks in the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 outbreak has posed an unprecedented challenge – not just for individuals and governments, but also corporates seeking to navigate unchartered waters in the widespread disruption caused by the global pandemic.
Private M&A transactions in the technology sector: Moving forward from the pandemic crisis
Whilst global M&A deal volumes have inevitably suffered in the first half of this year, commentators express some optimism for the second half.
COVID-19: Technology and innovation joint ventures in a distressed environment
In our recent briefing COVID-19: Joint ventures in a distressed environment, we looked at some of the challenges for existing corporate joint ventures (JVs) as well as the key issues to be considered when entering into new joint venture arrangements whilst the continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are felt and in the depressed market conditions which are likely to persist for the short- to medium-term.
Wilful blindness no more: The macro and micro impact of cybersecurity breaches and the imperative for all entities to act now
While some have argued that there is need for legislated minimum cybersecurity standards to bring greater certainty to this evolving risk, we believe that endeavour would be diversionary. It would provide directors with a false sense of comfort and an opportunity to treat cybersecurity as another ‘tick the box’ exercise, without properly considering and managing the unique risks specific to their own operations.