Josephine Gallagher is a London-based Senior Reporter for WatersTechnology.com and the WatersTechnology magazine. Prior to joining she was a content producer for a start-up tech company and previously worked at CNN International and Highland Radio, an Irish radio broadcaster. She has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism with a Language from Technical University Dublin.
ING data chief says as firms comply with GDPR, they must be ethical when interacting with client data, especially as they incorporate more AI tools.
Copenhagen-headquartered bank appoints former Sberbank managing director for top role.
Speakers and attendees at TradeTech Europe called, with varying degrees of subtlety, for a relaxation of regulatory reform.
Tech giant has no immediate plans to enter the space outside of its role as a service provider, despite uneasy conference chatter.
Watchdog releases its annual business plan for 2018 and 2019, with innovation and Brexit listed as clear points of focus.
Eight winners from this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards provide advice for career advancement in a male-dominated field.
Emma Margetts, co-founder of Alpha Exchange (now part of Visible Alpha) and winner of this year’s startup professional of the year category, is no stranger to hard work and overcoming challenges. By 2016, before the age of 30, she had successfully helped…
An average day for Dawn Patrick, COO and winner of the support professional of the year (vendor) category, entails managing the company’s day-to-day operations, driving projects forward and resolving inefficiencies. As someone who prefers to work behind…
The UK's fintech industry receives a major boost as it forms alliance with Australia and launches a new crypto asset task force.
Experts welcome transitional relief but say equivalence is not an appropriate basis for free-trade agreements.
New initiative brings together leaders in fintech to discuss industry issues and prepare for Brexit.
Irisium Surveillance will help the bitcoin exchange to better monitor for volume manipulation, wash-trading and fake liquidity.
CPMI's report says existing technology is sufficient at present to deliver the benefits of digital currencies, without introducing new risks.
New York-based pair will lead sales in cloud, DevOps and financial services for vendor.