Web users voluntarily compromise their own privacy by typing more personal information into online forms than is needed, a study has found
The government expects to slash licence and maintenance spend with Microsoft and SAP up to £150m by 2015, via a framework renegotiation.
Cambridge University is turning to technology developed for computer gaming to help it solve some of the fundamental problems of science
The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is suing hotel group Wyndham Worldwide over claims it failed to secure customer data
Reports claim RBS is gearing up for legal action against US software supplier CA Technologies over the technical fault that crashed accounts
Former White House cyber security coordinator Howard Schmidt is to join the board of security and compliance company Qualys
Key HMRC IT plans have been delayed because of the Cabinet Office’s moratorium on spending, the National Audit Office (NAO) says