No industry is immune to cyber attack, and Mastercard believes the threat to the payment card industry demands a multi-layered approach, with a new fraud prediction tool in its arsenal
Europol-Interpol Cybercrime Conference sees No More Ransom anti-ransomware initiative highlighted as successful example of law enforcement agencies’ collaboration
Experts gathered at Splunk’s 2017 conference to discuss increasing diversity in the technology industry and what needs to be done to speed up the shift towards a diverse workplace
UK manufacturers including those in the technology sector will lose billions of pounds of export revenue if the government completes a hard Brexit
Oracle’s Larry Ellison claims revolutionary cast for autonomous 18c database at the supplier’s 2017 OpenWorld conference in San Francisco
From the release of JDK 9 to the open sourcing of serverless programming technologies, the JavaOne 2017 keynote paved a path for a progressive future.
Datacentre and colocation services provider Equinix cut page load times at its customer information resource library using a developing peer-to-peer model of content delivery networking
The US Secret Service says current human factors are restricting the progression of cyber security
At Ignite, Microsoft predicts the future -- and it's one that centers on Dynamics 365, artificial intelligence and digital transformation.
Java EE security has always been a mixed bag in terms of simplicity and standardization, but the new Java EE Security API, JSR-375, plans to change all of that.
Speaking at the London launch of his Hit Refresh book, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella revealed how a shortfall in empathy nearly cost him a job at the firm in the 1990s
Toshiba signs a $17.7 billion deal to sell its memory business to a Bain-led consortium that includes Dell and Seagate, but Western Digital's SanDisk wants to stop it.
From the release of Java 9 to the GPL of OpenJDK builds, recent Oracle announcements have energized the Java community, creating a palpable positivity at JavaOne 2017.
While there is still much work to be done, the NCSC’s first annual report says it has prevented thousands of cyber attacks since its inception
A majority of publicly listed companies in Singapore had little or no exposure to cyber threats even as the country is being used as launch pad for cyber attacks
Credit rating firm says up to 145.5 million consumers may have been affected by cyber breach earlier this year
Technology is empowering doctors and patients, accelerating innovation and pushing the healthcare industry to the point of massive change, according to digital health expert John Nosta, who is set to speak at GITEX 2017 in Dubai
Government should avoid setting unrealistic connectivity requirements for 5G mobile broadband, and focus instead on ensuring reliable and consistent coverage, says a University of Cambridge study
Leaked Intel slides show 900P products to be launched at end of October with half a million IOPS per card. We run the rule over 3D Xpoint and what it offers enterprise customers
Government plans to plough on with Universal Credit despite calls to pause the project as people struggle to make claims successfully
Gartner survey shows changing role for CIOs to cover revenue generation and deriving value from data, and spending less time on traditional IT delivery
Transport secretary Chris Grayling sets out plans for trials of smart ticketing technology
Latest round in Max Schrems’s legal battle with Facebook could have major implications for EU-US trade and the privacy of millions of European residents
TSB bank is moving more of its productivity business software to the cloud, with Microsoft 365 products next in line
Tech entrepreneur Emma Sinclair hopes to raise £150,000 to run an education programme for displaced young people in a Unicef programme that aims to develop skills that might otherwise be lost
In the face of a growing shortage of cyber security skills around the world, the security industry itself needs to do more to attract people
A longitudinal cyberinsurance study performed by the Department of Homeland Security could improve enterprise security but the effects depend on the data collected, said experts.
Appeal court will decide whether UK citizens have the right to challenge controversial decisions made by Britain’s most secret court, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal
Mashrooi app will track real estate project progress and allow users to compare construction against developers’ plans
Vneshekonombank puts its weight behind blockchain technology as the country’s public sector looks on
Yahoo’s personal data breach affected three billion user accounts, the company’s new owners have revealed
Skills shortage is biggest challenge to digital strategies of 40% of senior IT decision-makers in North America and Western Europe, survey shows
Telcos such as Telstra and industry associations in Australia are chipping in to help enterprises that are being targeted by cyber criminals with phishing and social engineering exploits
Managed service providers Daisy Group and Redcentric have both been named as HSCN-compliant suppliers as the network service launch date nears
IT spending is taking on a different shape as organisations embark on, and accelerate, digital transformation projects
Organisations need help to act on all the information they receive about cyber security, the London Digital Security Centre has learned since its inception in 2015
The benefits of artificial intelligence to businesses are already being reaped by early adopters.
Court of appeal overrules City of Stockholm’s decision to award IT deal to Norwegian firm
In an article in the Financial Times, Ofcom CEO Sharon White criticises mobile operators for holding up the auction of radio spectrum that is vital to the planning of 5G
NetApp rolls out HCI based on the SolidFire flash array, consisting of two VMware compute nodes and two SolidFire storage nodes, at abbreviated user conference.
Computer Weekly reveals the judges’ choice for this year’s female Rising Stars of the UK technology industry
Computer Weekly has announced the list for Most Influential Women in UK IT 2017, including this year’s winner Sherry Coutu
City-state’s government has been able to meet peak demands and address security issues through a cloud-based web-hosting platform powered by Amazon Web Services
Many organisations are not paying enough attention to technology in their preparations for the General Data Protection Regulation and risk compliance failure
The UK is at risk of being left behind when it comes to artificial intelligence advances, with the current shortage of AI skills likely to get a lot worse
Stakeholders are accusing HMRC of trying to suppress their take on how the tax avoidance reforms are affecting contractors, following claims their views were omitted from the latest IR35 Forum minutes
Newly uncovered information indicated that all 3 billion users were affected by the 2013 Yahoo data breach, but Oath claimed passwords and credit card info was safe.
Security experts share views on risk of artificial intelligence being re-purposed by hackers for phishing attacks
SoftNAS Cloud architecture splits into distinct products for primary NAS, secondary storage and replication across clouds, and targets multicloud and hybrid cloud implementations.
NetApp Ontap will become available in Microsoft public cloud as the Azure Enterprise NFS Service. Will we see NetApp do the same for Amazon Web Services?
At JavaOne 2017, Microsoft previews its Azure Functions serverless offering with support for Java; Oracle introduces Project Fn, which runs across multiple clouds and also supports Java.
Data Dynamics beefs up StorageX file management software with new single-view analysis portal and support for Amazon S3 API-compliant object storage.
Scality's Connect software opens access to Microsoft Azure Blob services for S3 API-compatible applications, making it easier to port S3 API apps to Microsoft cloud storage.
The Equifax breach impact expanded and the company's former CEO answered questions in a congressional hearing, but experts were not satisfied by the answers.
Awards celebrate the people of the cyber security industry on the front lines of organisations battling cyber threats
IT supplier Fujitsu could face more industrial action as members of Unite at the company voted to reject an offer from the company to resolve a dispute
Manufacturer Brother has moved its back-office and customer-facing systems to the Amazon cloud using public and hybrid models
ISPs will have to provide more detailed information on the range of broadband speeds customers are likely to receive during the buying process
The distribution world has been shrinking in terms of the number of players as the big get bigger and that has raised some reseller worries about price and procurement issues
Declaration reaffirms commitment to bring public sector services into the digital age and improve citizens’ interaction with government
About 4,000 NetApp customers and partners attended the vendor's Insight user conference expecting storage news. Instead, they had to absorb the largest mass shooting in U.S. history.
Storage startup updates data management software with additional policy-based data migration options, more granular analytics and GDPR-focused confinement capabilities.
An expanded Dell open networking portfolio includes a high-performing switch for connecting data centers and a 25 GbE model with a new OS for managing network fabrics.
The ETSI Industry Specification Group for NFV is living up to its name with the publishing of six new NFV specifications. Also, NSS Labs puts SD-WAN products to the test.
News roundup: Google researchers find and patch vulnerabilities in the Dnsmasq server that are used widely in routers and IoT devices. Plus, EU-U.S. Privacy Shield challenge and more.
It wasn't easy getting Project Jigsaw ratified, but it is now part of the Java SE 9 package, and Oracle executives at JavaOne 2017 couldn't be prouder.
An NSA contractor became the target of a cyberattack after storing agency spying software on a personal device, and this NSA breach has caused a rise in fears regarding Russia.