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28th January, 2018
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Recently I re-watched one of my favourite films, the original 1960s version of The Italian job. Watching it in 2018 made me realise two things: one, how so many masked, gun-toting thugs have been replaced by geeks with laptops; and two, that for today’s criminals, banks are no longer necessarily the most tempting target available.

Data is the new gold of the 21st century. It is the most valuable resource in today’s economy, as...

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