A busy month in the media saw our Tech and the Boardroom survey featured in multiple publications, Investigo CEO Derek Mackenzie quoted in the nationals on some of the month’s big news stories, and Michael Thornton, senior director of Investigo public sector, responding to the government strengthening its data science team. Take a look at our latest press coverage below:

AI-based cyber threats are the biggest concern for business leaders, says our Tech and the Boardroom survey:

AI-based cyber threats amongst top concerns for C-suite (itbrief.co.uk)

AI Fuels Cyber Surge as Top Tech Priority for the Boardroom (bbntimes.com)

AI Fuels Cybersecurity Concerns Among C-Suite Executives | Security News (securityinformed.com)

AI Fuels Cyber Search – The Global Recruiter

With AI being used to churn out fake IDs to be sold to under-18s, Derek Mackenzie comments on the danger of generative AI in the hands of fraudsters:

Fraudsters are using AI to churn out fake IDs before selling them to under-18s for as little as £12 – and experts say supermarkets, pubs and airports need to be on ‘red alert’ | Daily Mail Online

Derek praises parliament’s decision to invest a further £6.5m into its IT budget:

Fury at ‘pitiful’ IT spending as China cyber attack threat soars | World | News | Express.co.uk

With UK wage growth in decline, Derek comments on the importance of employers providing purpose for their people:

UK wage growth expectations hits a two year low – London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com

Michael Thornton comments on the importance of highly skilled data scientists as the government looks to accelerate its in-house digital skills capabilities:

HM Treasury builds out its data science team | Computer Weekly

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