Cookies are text files which are stored on your device. These files store information that we use to help our site work effectively. They do not transmit viruses or malware.
No one can access or read our cookies except us.
We use three types of cookies on our site:
You can opt to turn off all cookies on our site, or you can amend your browser settings so you receive a notification every time a cookie is set.
If you choose to turn cookies off completely, you will be unable to access many features which optimise your experience of our site. Some services may also not function fully.
It is certainly the case that working from home has introduced more risk. Companies are highly aware that data breaches and cybercrime incidents can be hugely damaging if they are not correctly managed. We’re seeing larger companies carrying out...Read more
The chances are if you applied for a job online in the last few years, you may have encountered artificial intelligence tools. Typically, these tools aim to do things like speed up the process of reviewing applications, particularly where there are...Read more
What exactly is Web3? It was Ethereum co-founder Gavin Wood who came up with the term ‘Web3’ in 2014, using it to describe a decentralised digital economy where peer-to-peer interactions are verified via blockchain technology. Enthusiasts...Read more