US retailer Home Depot is investigating a possible data breach of customer payment card information that is potentially greater than the Target breach.
Using social media to gather data on customers has been rife with opportunities -- and risks -- for customer data privacy.
Salesforce has issued a set of guidelines on tightening security after a number of its customers were targeted by the Dyreza email virus
Premium wearable devices will push wearable revenues to $53.2bn by the year 2019, according to research firm Juniper.
TechUK has launched a digital manifesto detailing how the next government must turn the UK in a digital leader
Parliament is recruiting a digital director for the revamped Parliamentary Digital Service in a role offering a salary of £110,000 a year
The Government Digital Service (GDS) debuts a system to prove users’ identities when using public services online, branded as 'Gov.UK Verify'
Retailer Muji is using a cloud-based platform from IT services firm Infosys to help it understand customers and target sales
LTO tape vendors extend the LTO roadmap to include generations 9 and 10 with increasing capacity and transfer rates.
Cyber attacks constitute a group-level risk that is managed as part of BP’s standard set of risk management processes, says group chief
Internet of things (IoT), 3D printing and biotech or healthcare IT are among the IT trends that will change the way people work and live
Les modifications apportées à la loi de l’Union européenne portant sur le partage des données pourraient entraver les plans du NHS (National Health Service – qui régit le système de santé britannique) en matière d’intégration de données entre les hôpitaux et les cabinets médicaux, rapportent nos confrères et partenaires de ComputerWeekly.
Government digital chief Mike Bracken has signalled a move away from the “tower model” approach to IT outsourcing
Banks have cited customer loyalty as their main concern, according to a survey by financial services firm Temenos