Reform think tank argues that government could use blockchain technology to create a secure identity for citizens to use across public services
UK government has the innovation skills to become a digital public services leader, but needs to improve the ID and authentication that sits underneath it to reach this goal
Subscription-based models are among the tactics being deployed by Norway’s print media organisations as they react to the digital threat to their traditional income streams
There could be an increase in Indian IT professionals coming to work in the UK post-Brexit if a new trade deal is signed with India
European Banking Association report reveals fear of greater operational risk because of increased take-up of fintech in financial services sector
Businesses across the APAC region have started to dip their toes into AI and the internet of things to improve operations and stay competitive
The Netherlands’ Datacenter Group is providing digital coin miners with space in a professional datacentre
Balancing user experience, privacy and security for the connected consumer is a key challenge for online businesses, according to KuppingerCole
Stephen Hawkin’s Cosmos research group takes delivery of a Superdome HPC to enable it to test theoretical models of the Big Bang
The Scarab ransomware received an upgrade, and researchers have seen it being spread via the Necurs botnet, meaning the malware can spread to millions in a handful of hours.
Speaking at the Re:Invent 2017 Partner Summit Keynote, AWS CEO Andy Jassy hits out at the firm's cloud competitors, and says the functionality gap between them all is widening
Norwegian banks are merging three payment and identification systems in the face of increased competition from companies in other countries
Consumer identity and access management is a growing trend, but system choice is still challenging, according to KuppingerCole
Cloud DVX operates in Amazon cloud to provide backup and recovery instance off-site, for use as a mirror site for customers of the NVMe-focused storage maker
Engineering student Lauri Love should be tried in the UK, court hears, as new evidence is presented on the “medieval” conditions in US jails for people with medical problems
An Apple macOS flaw in High Sierra could allow an attacker to bypass any authentication dialog, including signing in to a system as a full root user.
A “mega cloud” that weaves together multiple private and public clouds, along with the use of AI to perform data-driven “thinking tasks”, could emerge next year
Technology giant is accused of harvesting and selling data from millions of iPhone users from 2011 to 2012 who could each receive compensation of several hundred pounds
The second-day Re:Invent keynote saw AWS lift the veil on 22 new cloud products and services, and aim a few more jabs at Oracle's database proposition
The UK IT sector is a difficult place to find a job unless you are a white, able-bodied male under 50, says BCS research
Appeal court hears conditions in Metropolitan Detention Centre, where alleged hacker Lauri Love is likely to be sent if extradited to the US, described by US judges as 'unconscionably bad', and that Love would be at 'real risk'
Yet another publicly accessible cloud storage bucket exposed government data; this time it was an NSA data leak which included information on an Army intelligence project.
Qumulo's File Fabric gives FuseFX ability to burst workloads into Amazon Web Services, giving it a virtual fourth location for file storage for its special effects rendering.
Aporeto app security startup has introduced security software that achieves scale by decoupling application security from the network infrastructure of a hybrid cloud environment.
Bosma deployed an indoor navigation system for its blind and visually impaired employees. Now the organization may resell the BlindSquare Event system to external customers.
In UC news, organizations are deploying third-party E911 services for additional call management capabilities, while Genesys announces a chatbot integration with Amazon.
One of the Yahoo data breach hackers pleaded guilty to his involvement in the attack. Plus, the FBI failed to notify U.S. officials that they were targets of Fancy Bear, and more.
Exposed data included new information on the NSA Ragtime intelligence-gathering program, but it is unclear if the evidence proves Americans were targeted.
An Ovum survey paints a picture of opportunity for IT services firms: Only a handful of IT execs believe they have fully realized digital transformation; other news from the week.
Democratic senators have proposed data breach legislation that could lead to jail time for some executives who conceal breaches and fail to disclose them to consumers.