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Mason Hayes & Curran
Upon taking office late last year EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen pledged publically that in her first 100 days in office she would put forward legislation ...
Arthur Cox
1.In May 2019, the UK Jurisdiction Taskforce ("UKJT"), a subsidiary of the UK's LawTech Delivery Panel, issued a consultation paper on the status of cryptoassets and smart contracts in English ...
Ronan Daly Jermyn
According to the EU, AI constitutes one of the biggest challenges of our time; it is transforming the world we are living in, and the way we approach it will define our society of tomorrow.
Ireland
Arthur Cox
The Central Bank issued an industry letter following its thematic inspection of asset management firms, which included investment firms and fund service providers, to determine the adequacy of...
Walkers
In an industry letter dated 10 March 2020 the Central Bank of Ireland detailed its key findings identified during its inspection of cyber security risk management in asset management firms.
Maples Group
The Letter sets out a range of key findings and, in each case, a summary of the measures in the relevant area that the Central Bank expects firms to take.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Keeping up to date with evolving trends in the technology space helps organisations stay competitive. While many are focussing on areas such as artificial intelligence
Mason Hayes & Curran
An Irish Times special report estimates that over seven million patients worldwide are actively using digital health apps as part of their care plan.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Medical device cybersecurity is a growing concern in light of the increasing rate of IT security incidents and data breaches for many healthcare ecosystems.
Arthur Cox
With the coming into force of a comprehensive new package of cyber security legislation over the course of 2018, certain businesses in the financial services industry
Arthur Cox
While the Irish Government has, to date, remained largely silent on its attitude towards cryptocurrencies, the Irish Department of Finance issued a Discussion Paper on Virtual Currencies and...
Ronan Daly Jermyn
A degree of trust between parties is required in legal transactions. However, if an immutable record of data existed, we could eliminate this dependency on others.
Mason Hayes & Curran
As a basic level, blockchain technology creates a shared digital ledger of transactions that a number of participants manage, with no central entity controlling.
Arthur Cox
Are you a digital service provider? If so, you may be subject to new information security standards and incident reporting-related obligations.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
There is a great deal of excitement surrounding this technology. Smart contracts have the potential to be traceable, transparent, and irreversible
Mason Hayes & Curran
'Agile' is an umbrella term that encapsulates a number of modern flexible approaches to software development and IT projects.
Maples Group
In the first edition of Global Legal Insights' guide on AI, Machine Learning & Big Data, Kevin Harnett and Victor Timon provide an overview of AI and the laws and regulations in Ireland.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
The 2016 EU Directive on the Security of Network and Information Systems (the "Directive") seeks to prevent and minimise the impact of cyber security incidents in the EU.
Walkers
Partner Eoin O'Connor, consultant Niall Esler and associate Bill Laffan have provided detailed legal insight for Ireland's FinTech industry. Discussing the FinTech market, regulatory regimes, fund administors, technology, among other FinTech themes.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
The 2019 American Chamber of Commerce's Future Leaders Hackathon took place over the course of three days, from 7 – 9 February 2019.
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