TechTarget News - Week of May 15, 2016

HSBC cuts hundreds of UK IT jobs

HSBC is cutting its UK IT workforce and transferring jobs to lower-cost countries as part of its global delivery strategy

Two-thirds of IT and telco firms not ready for Brexit

Only 35% of the European IT firms and telcos have developed a clear plan for dealing with the impact of a Brexit vote, a study shows

Cifas calls on UK government to help tackle fraud

The UK fraud prevention service is calling on the government to use the Queen’s Speech to introduce policy and legislative changes to tackle cyber and other forms of fraud

Beachbody pumps up application performance monitoring tools

Costly website and app downtime spurred an application performance monitoring tools makeover at Beachbody. Learn how the fitness firm chose and deployed new APM tools.

Theft of customer data is top Asean retailer worry

Southeast Asian retailers say securing customer payments is a major challenge as new payment technology is forced on them by market and consumer pressure

Police set for better engagement with UK tech firms

The policing lead for digital investigation and intelligence says new structures will improve engagement and collaboration between the UK tech industry and police forces

Ingram Micro acquires Comms-care

Ingram Micro has moved to bolster its services capabilities with the acquisition of Comms-care

Queen’s Speech sets out plans for Digital Economy Bill

The Queen’s Speech announced plans to make the UK a world leader in the digital economy and reiterated a commitment to making fast broadband a legal right

Cyber espionage campaign targets Ukraine separatists

Security researchers discover a surveillance operation against separatists in Eastern Ukraine using spear phishing attacks to spread previously unknown malware

Google Allo and Google Duo shine bright at Google I/O

The Google I/O conference moves to Mountain View, as new products and product enhancements for everything from Google Duo to Google Allo to Android N are announced.

What's going on with Broadcom Tomahawk?

In this week's roundup, a blogger expresses frustration with Broadcom, and analysts assess the next generation of endpoint security market and monitoring.

Lessons from LinkedIn data breach revelations

There are several important lessons to be learned from revelations about LinkedIn's 2012 data breach, say security experts

Gov.uk Verify to go live 24 May 2016

On 24 May 2016, the government’s identity assurance platform will move from beta to “fully live”, after missing its original April go-live target

Taking a new look at security in RESTful API design

REST appears to be sure-handedly winning the API war with SOAP, so it's time to start learning about REST security. We explore this protocol's latest security developments.

New Dell SC Series operating system adds dedupe, QoS

Dell launches an operating system update for its SC Series storage arrays, featuring dedupe, QoS, Live Migrate, VVOLs support and new management capabilities.

Google seeks to limit French right to be forgotten ruling

Google is to appeal to the top French court to quash a fine and ruling by French privacy watchdog CNIL that requires Google to apply the right to be forgotten to all its websites

CIO Interview: Esa Viitamäki, Posti Group

IT demands and a changing market prompted Finland’s state-owned postal provider to transform itself

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