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A new report from Ipsos, funded by the UK Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), titled “Trust, Safety and the Digital Economy,” demonstrates that businesses are increasingly realizing the value of building and nurturing trustworthy digital environments to protect their brands, engage their staff and support their users.
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Crisp founder Adam Hildreth brings more than 17 years of online safety experience as the newest member of the Coalition.
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Crisp has become one of 34 signatories to the EU Commission’s newly strengthened Code of Practice on Disinformation.
Technology firm Crisp has been acquired by Kroll, the New York-based provider of data, technology and insights related to risk, governance and growth.
Acquisition expands Kroll’s digital services capabilities with AI technology trained to discover and track the risk signals embedded within digital chatter.
The past decade has been filled with cautionary tales detailing cyber risk’s journey from the public to the private sector. Unfortunately, this same scenario is playing out all over again in another part of our digital world.
Crisp founder and CEO Adam Hildreth joins TalkSport to discuss online hate and abuse in football following the Euros.
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From multimillion pound digital transformations to AI software preventing the spread of online hate, Leeds is packed with businesses blazing a trail.
New innovative technology to help stop the spread of child sexual abuse material on end-to-end encrypted social media and online messaging platforms will be developed thanks to UK government funding.
WeProtect Global Alliance, a global movement of more than 200 governments, private sector companies and civil society organisations to transform the global response to child sexual exploitation and abuse online, has today published its 2021 Global Threat Assessment.
Kirsten Brumfitt, VP of People at Leeds-based online safety tech company Crisp, a Tech Nation Future Fifty 9.0 alumnus, said that her company finds itself in ‘a battle for talent’ despite growing its headcount by 72% in the past 12 months.
It is also home to two futurecorns, the digital pharmacy service Pharmacy2U and risk intelligence platform Crisp, that are expected to reach unicorn valuation in the next few years.