Only 20% of security chiefs in the two countries say their organisations can prevent data breaches, according to a ServiceNow survey
Cyber crime will be defeated only through collaboration, according to UK police, the Global Cyber Alliance, Cyber Defence Alliance and Verizon
Investigation into claims of miscarriages of justice in relation to a Post Office accounting system has appointed a forensic accountant firm
A group of banks in Denmark are working together on a mobile payments service
The bingo club operator’s IT director is leading its transformation project, aiming to revamp its infrastructure and looking to utilise new innovations
Cardiff University and Airbus have launched the first centre of its kind in Europe to tackle cyber attacks on critical infrastructure
While local councillors are generally positive towards the benefits of digital technology, concerns include exclusion, connectivity and unsatisfactory data sharing arrangements
Dani Golan of Kaminario sees NVMe as the next big disruptor in the flash market; says Kaminario focuses on cloud and SaaS, while legacy vendors fight over shrinking IT budgets.
The Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles has awarded an £8.6m grant to back a consortium attempting the UK’s first Level 4 autonomous vehicle test run, to take place within the next two-and-a-half years
Motorola is launching a digital evidence management service to UK police forces, backed off into AWS cloud infrastructure
Enterprise attitudes to cloud security are laid bare in the latest research report from Bitglass, and suggest more could be done to secure corporate data stored off-premise
Belgium-based OncoDNA replaces IBM tape library with flash-powered Nodeum LTFS to provide file access to backup and archive tapes at approaching nearline timescales
The Royal Society believes the UK is well placed to make the most of machine learning, but it is early days and technical and policy issues need addressing
A quarter of victims had their NI number compromised and 18% saw their biometric identifiers compromised, but most people trust healthcare providers with their data
Airline completes major project to revamp its storage infrastructure with Dell EMC technologies
Command and control servers were used to launch denial of service attacks and distribute malware and spam emails across the region
Cyber security and big data experts will be in high demand as Singapore ramps up efforts to build strong digital capabilities
Following the success of its postgraduate data science course, London university launches undergraduate programme
With the 2017 Finance Bill due to pass through parliament before the general election, the government has removed HM Revenue and Customs’ digital tax programme from it, but the controversial IR35 reforms remain
Companies House documents reveal Huddle needs to raise $5m or more by the end of April or find a buyer to meet its financial obligations for the next 12 months
Group of financial technology firms taken to New York to show off their knowledge of regulatory compliance software
Norwich-based colocation provider embarks on technology tie-up with Janet's commercial arm to ensure clients have direct access to education sector network
Acuity operating environment merges features inherited from NexGen acquisition and adds NVMe Accelerator nodes with flash as cache in front of main storage
Alleged hacker’s appeal court hearing will be the first major test of the UK’s forum bar, designed to protect vulnerable people from extradition
Redux of Violin Memory's flash storage is under way with new CEO, new strategy and new ownership by Soros Fund Management's Quantum Partners. Will it finally turn a profit?
Ahead of local elections, the tech industry body calls on new mayors to lead digital from the top, appoint chief digital and innovation champions and tackle digital exclusion
SAP has announced €5.29bn in first quarter 2017 revenue, of which €906m was for cloud subscription and support, 17% of the total. Supplier adds 400 S/4 Hana customer in quarter
Pivot3's new Acuity brings together quality of service and NVMe flash from NexGen Storage, as well as data services from Pivot3 into a hyper-converged infrastructure platform.
Panelists at the Channel Partners Conference and Expo 2017 provided insight into this complex market and typically tightknit community of buyers.
A new security tool will let users scan their systems for the presence of NSA spyware found in the latest Equation Group leak, and tens of thousands are already infected.
Google and Mozilla weigh the proper response to Symantec certificate authority issues, as the CA giant prepares an alternative proposal for reinstating trust.
Cyber attackers displayed new levels of ambition in 2016, according to the latest threat report from security firm Symantec
Government officials in Denmark believe they have been under attack from Russia-based hackers
Fourth, a customer of UK-based infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider Carrenza, explains how the firm’s decision to expand its US datacentre footprint has benefited its business
A Veritas study has found that 56% of organisations in the city-state fear they will be unable to comply with the EU’s upcoming data protection regulation
Security experts are advising political parties and businesses to pay more attention to email security after the latest revelations about a Russian cyber espionage group
Nordics bank Danske Bank has been using the Hortonworks distribution of Hadoop as a plank in its data science programme, which targets fraud, fills ATMs, and aims to combat customer delinquency
Luxury department store is using IT to support brand growth and is looking at the potential of using virtual and augmented reality in-store
The benefits of the latest generation of PCs will now only be available to those who run Windows 10
Veeam Availability Report finds most IT professionals think there is a gap between how fast they can restore data and their requirements to be an “always on” organisation
Accenture is expanding its operation in Newcastle with the addition of 60 recruits
US government might have to negotiate with India before getting tough on its work visa regime
Infor is buying cloud analytics firm Birst in a move to bolster its cloud-first ERP orientation
Demand for cloud-based IT services continues to grow in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, with spending exceeding €1bn in the first quarter of 2017
An academic paper, profiling the cloud adoption journeys of three local councils, cautions public sector organisations from being pressured into adopting off-premise technologies before they are ready
Graphics processor units have helped to accelerate a reservoir simulation program, showing that the technology could be applied to complex code
McAfee has published data showing the evolution of Shamoon malware campaigns as the company announces increased commitment to cyber threat research
Huisman, a Netherlands-based manufacturer of heavy construction equipment, has chosen Masergy to supply a hybrid WAN and SDN platform to connect multiple global locations
Wangle’s proprietary virtual private network application optimises encrypted traffic and complies with Australia’s new mandatory data retention law
Organisations are still failing to address basic security issues and well-known attack methods, Verizon’s latest Data Breach Investigations Report reveals for a second year in a row
TSB launches its first IT-based service built on its new core IT platform called Proteo
Swedish retailer adopts cloud-based software to turn customer browsing into sales
UK organisations cannot afford to lose the public’s trust in their ability to safeguard personal data and should be working to ensure they have that capability, says the Information Commissioner’s Office
Amazon promises all AWS cloud services will be GDPR compliant before enforcement of the new EU data privacy regulation starts in 2018, offers customers assistance.
An updated version presents Datera Elastic Data Fabric storage nodes as a cluster of L3 network endpoints in anticipation of increased container adoption.
Central Lancashire University’s IT networks and security manager says educating users is key to avoiding cyber security flaws
Nordic bank links up with payments startup in its latest fintech project
Company says growing demand for high-performance computing is driving growth for the business
Azure competes with AWS on price as an IaaS, but Satya Nadella sees this as a way to get CIOs to buy higher-level services
Swiss bank begins its strategy of moving core systems into the cloud
Changing usage patterns and consumption habits mean that for many consumers, slow broadband upload speeds are as big a concern as slow download speeds, says survey
Angela Morrison, the ex-CIO of Direct Line Group, has been appointed technology and supply chain director for department store retailer Debenhams
Barclays bank is creating nearly 2,000 IT jobs at a delivery centre in north west England
Facebook has pledged to take action to stop governments exploiting its platform to influence opinion in other countries
Many organisations around the world do not have a coherent plan to prepare for compliance with the EU’s new data protection laws
IT staff feel under-appreciated because office workers don't understand what they do, study shows
The charity’s chief digital officer is implementing a three-stage plan to transform the organisation through building internal capabilities and technology stack, as well as creating a digital framework
Ongoing issues with the failure of several IT systems at England's largest NHS trust leads to cancelled appointments and service disruption as it continues to work on a fix
With Amazon Web Services' growth rate continuing to decline over successive quarters, what does this mean for its cloud rivalry with Microsoft and Google?
News roundup: A cybersecurity executive order overdue, but 'close and nearby.' Plus, the USPTO says it will stop using HTTPS; a teenage hacker sentenced to prison; and more.
The 2017 Verizon DBIR details threats becoming more popular, like ransomware, and some that are less known, but dangerous, like pretexting.
Basic cybersecurity measures like limiting password reuse and implementing multifactor authentication could be big benefits, according to the Verizon DBIR 2017.
Symantec certificate authority proposal takes the pain out of sanctions for misissued certs, offers more audits, greater transparency and promise of "continuous improvement."
Samata Ullah, a 34-year-old man from Cardiff who posted encryption training videos on a radical Islamic blog, is a dangerous “cyber terrorist”, a court heard on 28 April 2017