TechTarget News - Week of Dec 04, 2016

Europol hosts simulated cyber attack on retail sector

Europol and MasterCard hold a retail cyber attack simulation exercise to raise awareness of the issue and how to respond to attacks, as well as promote information sharing in the sector

UK falls below global cyber security confidence

Global confidence in ability to accurately assess cyber risk has fallen in the past year, but the UK has fallen below the global average

Blow for Australian banks in Apple dispute

Australia's big banks might not be granted leave to collectively bargain with and boycott Apple over its Apple Pay service

DfT launches £2.5m transport tech funding package

The Department for Transport will make £2.5m available through a series of grants for innovative ideas and technology in the transport sector

Tape backup: Often old and confused, but quite cheap

Survey results show those with tape are likely to have old tapes, multiple formats, including defunct ones, and no way of knowing what is on them. But tape is still quite cheap for most

UKtech50 interview: ARM Holdings CEO Simon Segars

The UKtech50 most influential person in UK IT 2016, ARM Holdings CEO Simon Segars, shares his thoughts on the consequences of Brexit, access to skills and the importance of security in a world full of connected devices

The United Arab Emirates enterprise IT trends for 2017

The UAE is already a leader in areas such as smart city developments, and 2017 looks set to see organisations in the country increase its adoption of other transformational IT

PowerShell security threats greater than ever, researchers warn

Administrators should upgrade to the latest version of Microsoft PowerShell and enable extended logging and monitoring capabilities in the light of a surge in related security threats, warn researchers

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