The damage to the SEA-ME-WE3 cable took place more than 1,000 km from Singapore, affecting Australian internet users who can expect increased latency to Asian destinations
Bank is no longer offering customers Kaspersky anti-virus software after UK security agency issues warning
A promising UK startup, which is developing an app in the car insurance sector, has turned to crowdsourcing after European Union funds were put on hold as a direct result of Brexit uncertainty
Dropbox replaces numerous consumer file share products and bespoke connections as Cambridge audits 6,500 academics to roll out invisible collaboration for hundreds of use cases
Social networking giant reinforces commitment to London tech scene with new office opening and jobs promise
The first female degree apprentices at Capgemini talk about their journeys into the IT sector
In 2017, the most costly or damaging cyber attacks for UK businesses have been malicious insiders and denial of service, research has revealed
The Dutch government commissions the creation of a scientific classification of individuals and groups involved in cyber crime
The former NSA employee reportedly responsible for exposing classified data to Russian government hackers pleaded guilty and faces a maximum of 10 years in prison.
Agreements with Singapore’s national research agency and a local university will expand Singtel’s product range and grow the country’s capabilities in emerging technologies
The IT services sector in Sweden will be decimated as hundreds of local suppliers disappear
Mobile operator Vodafone will use Huawei’s FusionSphere Openstack platform to support its NFV and SDN ambitions
Security researchers have identified a new strain of support scam malware and a way of clearing up infected machines
The bitcoin industry has become one of the top 10 industries most targeted by distributed denial of service attacks, a report has revealed
Apple released a High Sierra patch to fix a serious macOS authentication vulnerability discovered last week, but users could accidentally undo the patch with a routine OS update.
CBRE quarterly report into European colocation growth trends shows demand for London datacentre space is holding firm in the face of Brexit
A keyboard data leak by mobile developer Ai.type exposed millions of personal records through misconfigured MongoDB database settings.
An SAP deployment at National Grid allegedly was botched, leading to missing paychecks and unpaid invoices. The utility is suing a contractor, Wipro, which called the allegations baseless.
There’s a new chief in business, set to take on stewardship of the company’s data assets, research shows
All internet-linked devices should support software updates, though things that are prone to safety risks when hacked, such as connected cars, should adhere to higher security standards, says BlackBerry CSO
Satellite Applications Catapult upgrade to 2PB of Cloudian object storage pays for itself in power and cooling savings as numerous legacy NAS boxes are replaced
City of London’s office in India’s tech hub aims to promote Indian investment and IT jobs in UK capital
The lines between nation-state sponsored attack groups and cyber criminals continue to blur, according to the latest incident response report by security firm CrowdStrike
Carlos Abarca is guiding TSB through its migration from systems hosted by a competitor to a digitally focused in-house core banking platform.
Security researchers say they believe that a hacker arrested by Belarus police is Andromeda botnet mastermind Sergey Jarets
News of a 100,000 device strong IoT botnet that could cripple the internet has sparked a fresh call for manufacturers of IoT devices to do more to ensure they cannot be hijacked for malicious purposes
The UKtech50 most influential person in UK IT 2017, Department for Work and Pensions chief digital and information officer Mayank Prakash, talks about changing ways of working, the importance of culture and the role of new technologies
Computer Weekly has announced the eighth annual UKtech50 – our definitive list of the movers and shakers in the UK IT sector
Barefoot Networks has introduced packet-based monitoring software, called Deep Insight. The new product uses data processed on switches powered by the Barefoot Tofino chip.
With threat actors becoming more innovative, businesses must start getting their security fingers into every system they buy or build, experts say
Cyber attacks on businesses in 2017 grew in frequency, sophistication and malice, a report on the new age of organised cyber crime reveals
Swedish capital switches IT services provider after “administrative error” ruled original contractor out of agreement
Uber was reportedly hacked by a 20-year-old man living with his mother in a small home trying to help pay the bills, according to various unnamed sources
Protecting digital identity, gaining data visibility and protecting employees are key challenges for the year ahead, according to the 2018 security predictions report by security firm FireEye
Telecommunications ministers from across Europe have agreed on a joint roadmap that will govern the deployment of 5G mobile networks across the EU
Cloudian's HyperFile and HyperStore merge NAS and object storage for unstructured data. The new HyperFile appliance targets medical imaging, engineering files and legal documents.
Salesforce small-business faces heavy competition from more nimble, agile, less expensive boutique CRM vendors. Yet, the largest CRM platform woos SMBs like it does bigger fish with features for AI.
One Gartner cloud storage analyst cautions clients not to choose the least expensive provider, even if the offering from a big-name vendor might appear attractive.
A new initiative plans Army cyber officer hiring over the course of five years, but experts are skeptical it can attract the best candidates away from the private sector.
Hackers have stolen nearly $80m worth of bitcoin from a bitcoin mining service as the cryptocurrency’s value continues to skyrocket
Tech startups focused on the enterprise sector are attending the Slush startup event in increasing numbers
Nine cyber security firms have been chosen to take part in the second GCHQ Cyber Accelerator, which is aimed at helping UK startups take the lead in producing the next generation of cyber security systems
Impending arrival of General Data Protection Regulation pushes organisations to use rewards or penalties to motivate staff to ensure compliance
CIO of retailer John Lewis, Paul Coby, has announced he will be stepping down from his role in 2018, after almost seven years
Santander UK has poached Michael Harte from Barclays to drive digital transformation
Of the 85 IT systems at the UK border, 30 will need to be replaced or changed due to Brexit, but critical new or updated border IT systems won’t ready by the time the UK leaves the EU, PAC report finds
Social enterprise Code First: Girls has launched a campaign with the aim of teaching 20,000 young women to code by 2020
New SwiftStack 6.0 storage software supports Universal Access to data with added support for SMB/NFS file protocols to go with Amazon S3 and OpenStack Swift object APIs.
News roundup: The man responsible for the 2016 Uber data breach is a 20-year-old from Florida. Plus, Ethiopia reportedly targeted dissidents with Israeli spyware, and more.
A critical vulnerability found in the Windows Malware Protection Engine required an emergency Microsoft patch, but one expert said Microsoft hasn't handled the announcement well.