The Australian Broadcasting Corporation is the latest organisation to fall prey to misconfigured Amazon S3 storage buckets, exposing database backups and sensitive data such as login credentials
TechUK warns government that this week's budget could be its last chance to give tech firms confidence in the post-Brexit UK economy
Businesses should look beyond compliance with new data regulations to ensure that their business processes and models are in line with future requirements, advises a privacy innovation expert
Dubai Health Authority completes medical records digitisation scheme, 21 months after the project was first unveiled
Wednesday’s Budget will include funding for artificial intelligence, driverless cars, 5G, digital skills and more computer science teachers
City, University of London's IT director is leading her team's drive for innovation while seeking collaboration with other public sector bodies in the capital
MPs question the attorney general and prime minister about why alleged hacker Lauri Love is to be extradited to the US, when at least 13 other hackers have been tried for US hacking offences in the UK
NatWest is offering customers automated investment advice through software robots
Infinidat's software upgrade eschews SCSI in favor of custom IP-based replication protocol. The vendor claims InfiniBox R4 delivers target writes at sub-400-millisecond latency.
Parts of the digital system underpinning the controversial welfare reform programme are now running on AWS under DWP’s hybrid cloud strategy
Survey reveals there are other important factors besides salaries and bonuses to attract IT talent
A security researcher at UpGuard found exposed data in Amazon Web Services' cloud storage buckets. And once again, the data belongs to the Department of Defense.
A survey of 196 countries has found many of the world’s poorest consumers are being forced to pay sky-high costs for fixed broadband services
UK national cyber attack response and investigation is a well-defined and rehearsed process, but the responsible agencies say they are building more capability and closing the gaps
The rampant digital extortion facilitated by ransomware in 2017 will continue next year, with healthcare and industrial systems expected to be new prime targets
UPS CIO Juan Perez talks about the importance of having a “business-intimate” IT department and using technology to develop a “personal touch”
Swedish construction company Svevia is transforming digitally, driven by chief information officer Emil Dahlin
Like other cyber security firms, Finland’s F-Secure is building an artificial intelligence capability into its products and services, but says this is no replacement for cyber security professionals
Villagers around Loch Ness to take advantage of more reliable broadband, but no word on whether the area’s most famous resident will sign up
Tech giant will provide grant to help train secondary school computing teachers across the UK
Hardware giant claims to be the first in the industry to bring artificial intelligence-based infrastructure management software to market that can predict datacentre problems before humans can
Security researchers tested the controversial Intel Management Engine and other products, finding multiple Intel firmware vulnerabilities.
Boston-based supplier of artificial intelligence tools DataRobot is investing around $11m in a regional office and research outfit in Singapore
New Uber leadership has recognised the importance of consumer trust and that they never should have attempted to cover up a 2016 data breach that affected millions of customers and drivers
HSBC has recruited a CIO from Google as it seeks to continue to digitise its retail banking services
In his 17 years in the IT department at the WWF, David Southern has seen many changes – and the advent of cloud computing is one of the biggest
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman is to step down after six years in charge
The US has charged an Iran-based hacker with accessing HBO's computer systems, stealing data and attempting to extort millions of dollars
The industry is built on 30-year-old code, writes one analyst, and that is one reason why device upgrade strategies often fall short.
Open letter calls for UK government to make it easier for consumers to get compensation for mass data breaches by implementing an effective system for collective redress
Autumn Budget promises major investment in tech to drive the UK post-Brexit, including money for artificial intelligence, driverless cars, a new national centre for computing and a geospatial data commission
The ransom demanded for stolen or encrypted data is likely to rise after the General Data Protection Regulation compliance deadline in May 2018, according to a cyber security researcher
Chancellor Philip Hammond announces further round of investment in network connectivity technology, with more cash for 5G and fibre broadband projects, but some say it’s time for the government to invest in roll-out as well as R&D
The government has confirmed it is preparing to consult on whether or not to roll out the controversial IR35 tax avoidance reforms to the private sector
After six years of development, an Israeli startup launches new Total Resource Utilization storage software that aims to eliminate bottlenecks and improve storage efficiency.
A 2016 Uber breach affecting data for 57 million users was covered up by the company, including a $100,000 payment to the attackers to keep the incident quiet.
The first technology revolution was brought about by all computers going online, but care must be taken that in the second and third tech revolutions, the good outweighs the bad, a cyber security researcher warns
ISPs will have to abide by a tighter set of rules that restrict the claims they are allowed to make about their broadband service speeds from May 2018
After details of the Pentagon’s online data collection habits came to light in the wake of its recent AWS S3 bucket leak, Gartner said web users should not be surprised to know the intelligence services are keeping tabs on their online activities
Chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond announced in his November 2017 budget a £40m Geospatial Commission to open up Ordnance Survey data to stoke new business for small companies
Public sector bodies invited to apply for funding from £190m fund designed to stimulate local-level investment in FTTP broadband services
Amazon has launched a new cloud region for intelligence agencies managing information of a secret classification
Students and public sector staff across London will get easier access to the Jisc eduroam and govroam Wi-Fi networks through a new scheme spearheaded by City, University of London and Camden Council
G-Cloud listed IT suppliers are getting concerned that the next iteration of the framework agreement could be delayed by up to a year, and claim it could harm the public sector’s digital transformation efforts