Organisations need to take insider threats more seriously say security experts, as Sage warns that a data breach using an internal log-in may have compromised employee data at nearly 300 UK firms
Banks and other financial institutions are threatened by a new breed of elite cyber criminals running professional operations that will use any means to achieve their goals, says Barclays security chief
HM Revenue and Customs launches six consultations on its plans to digitise the tax system and promises free software to small businesses
Security specialist Nebulas has been acquired by Investcorp and will become part of the investment player's SecureLink operation
Sen. Ted Cruz didn't clinch the Republican nomination, but not for lack of technology. Campaign management software on Salesforce tracked donations, volunteers and voters.
There has been a big rise in the number of data scientist positions in the UK and Europe in the first half of 2016
Franchises such as Cerber are making highly profitable ransomware available to a broader range of cyber criminals, according to a report by security firm Check Point
TfL extends its open data API to support London’s 24-hour tube service, with TfL saying the API won’t break existing apps
Following the departure of GDS boss Stephen Foreshew-Cain earlier this month, Gov.uk Verify director Janet Hughes has announced she’s leaving too
HPE launches new StoreVirtual 3200 entry-level array that can cost as little as $6,000, plus the SME-focused MSA 2042 array which has 800GB of flash embedded
Microsoft Azure datacentres increase connectivity to 100Gbps thanks to Silicon Photonics interconnect
Slowing smartphone shipments contributed to an overall decline in mobile phone sales during the second three months of 2016, according to Gartner
Flash-powered backup appliances add MS SQL and Linux physical server to VMware backup and hybrid cloud archive in Firefly release, with more physical and endpoint support promised
Government describes rise in computing student numbers as encouraging, but boys still dominate tech subjects
Salesforce hopes to reduce the need for sales reps to toggle between apps while on the go by combining email and calendar events in one app.
The latest Cisco layoffs are a result of customers moving to networking software and the cloud instead of the company's proprietary hardware.
A woman has been arrested on suspicion of fraud in connection with a data breach at accounting software firm Sage
Law enforcement organisations are set to ramp up arrests of cyber criminals behind ransomware attacks, according to financial technology startup Chainalysis