The majority of hundreds of thousands of applicants to UK universities are at risk of email fraud before and after A-level results day, due to a failure to implement full Dmarc protection, a study reveals
Microsoft is partnering SkillsFuture Singapore in a training programme that aims to build a ‘digitally confident’ population
Payment by watch or watch strap is now an option for customers of two banks in Sweden
Broadband sector advocates warn prime minister that the clock is ticking if he wants to be serious about achieving 100% full-fibre broadband coverage in six years
Two startups from the Nordic region are among those targeting international expansion even before they have established themselves on their home turf
Brought in after a catastrophic IT failure that affected 6.5 million customers, the IT chief at Royal Bank of Scotland Group says the bank is now a leader in innovation
Security researchers at Kaspersky are among those warning business that, more than ever, mitigation of distributed denial of service attacks needs to be a key element of cyber defence strategies
The security firm has provided an update a year after it made its decision to go in-direct
New features include containerized firewalls and the incorporation of SecIntel into MX Series routers as part of Juniper Networks' effort to provide security throughout a network.
BlackBerry launched a new unified endpoint management platform, BlackBerry Intelligent Security, which changes security policies by calculating user risk.
Infosec pros warn of server-side request forgery vulnerabilities in AWS following the Capital One data breach, which may have revealed an issue regarding the AWS metadata service.
Google Cloud Platform is now offering Cloud SQL for Microsoft SQL Server in alpha, federated queries from BigQuery to Cloud SQL and expansion of Elastic Cloud to Japan and Sydney.
In his first public interview as Citrix's first COO, Mark Schmitz discusses what the company's priorities are and how he hopes to grow their subscription products.
Data protection regulators from around the world have signed a statement raising privacy concerns about Libra
Information sharing across agencies, data protection and governance implications are discussed as the government attempts to appropriately use data-driven technologies
Choice of handset modem and network technology will improve 4G network performance, which can be an important consideration in company mobiles
Framework has gone live with 14 suppliers making the cut, who will be on hand to provide public sector organisations in Scotland with access to public, private and hybrid cloud services, as well as colocation capacity
Only a third of UK firms are confident in their ability to recover from cyber attacks and other disasters, with business continuity still relatively low on the agenda, a study reveals
The LinkedIn Recruiter tool improvements to matching engines and InMail have improved response rates, but some HR managers say recruiting challenges require more tools.
A recognition of the need for digital transformation is twinned with an acceptance that the skills and security is not there to make it happen for quite a few financial services players
Security player launches aiming to provide a fresh option in the cyber channel
Longtime independent big data vendor MapR goes out of business, selling technology and intellectual property to HPE. The move marks the continuing decline of the Hadoop market.
Security vendor LogicHub introduced new features to its SOAR platform that intend to automate tedious threat detection and response processes and save security teams time.
An African bank is among the financial institutions to be targeted by North Korea’s multi-billion dollar cyber theft campaign to support its weapons programmes
IBM and Red Hat executives believe they are well positioned to capture a generous share of shops yet to implement hybrid clouds. Some analysts say that is easier said than done.
CX products to watch for the rest of 2019: Adobe's planned CDP offering, Salesforce features from the Tableau acquisition and LogMeIn's AI-powered agent-assist tools.
Vendor Management is a cloud-based software designed to help businesses manage their vendors and vendors' employees. It lets users track payments, store files, see invoices and more.
Drive by Force Marketing is a personalized marketing video platform for car dealerships to increase engagement with returning and prospective customers.
PartiQL, a multisource query language developed internally at Amazon, is now open sourced under Apache 2.0, and may benefit enterprises with complex data-management needs.
Twilio extends its customer communications platform to support MMS, SMS and WhatsApp chat, as well as to support ad campaigns for Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
Flash is front and center as Western Digital launches 96-layer 3D NAND enterprise SSDs, and Toshiba unveils new SSD form factor and ultrafast XL-Flash chips.
The Sydney Generation 2 cloud region will be delivered from a new datacentre to meet demand for Oracle’s cloud infrastructure and autonomous database services in Australia
British Airways is experiencing unspecified technical difficulties at London Heathrow, London Gatwick and London City airports, prompting it to cancel flights
Newly disclosed SwapGS vulnerability in modern processors has been patched in Windows, Linux and ChromeOS, underlining the importance of keeping systems up to date
Channel player might have seen sales remain flat but the CEO is remaining confident about the prospects for the second half
Aero engine maker is using IFS Maintenix to gather engine data and push out software updates
Cisco plans to acquire Voicea in order to integrate its AI voice transcription engine with Webex. Many competing video conferencing vendors support integrations with the startup.
The collapse of big data pioneer MapR into HPE could be the fate of an also-ran. But might it also be a sign of the crash of a Hadoop-related meteor shower that included Hortonworks and Cloudera?
NTT research has highlighted issues around the expertise of those leading digital transformation efforts and Kyocera has highlighted the need to concentrate on people as well as technology
Most organisations are driving digital projects, but only a small percentage is happy with the board support they receive, according to research
Security researchers have identified a China-based cyber threat group engaged in state-spored espionage in parallel with cyber criminal activities targeting multiple industries worldwide
Vectra 2019 Spotlight report shows recent ransomware attacks cast a wider net to ensnare cloud, datacentre and enterprise infrastructures
MapR storage technology gets a new lease on life from HPE, which plans to integrate the AI data management features with recently acquired BlueData container-as-a-service platform.
Long known as a data security and IT monitoring vendor, Splunk is honing its data analytics tools and making the foray into business intelligence.
Competitive pressures, speed and data reduction features, and a storage system's architecture figure into all-flash storage arrays, regardless of the price of raw NAND.
Automation Gateway is a new stand-alone application within the Itential Automation Platform architecture. It aims to integrate existing automation and transform scripts into APIs.
Rackspace’s new managed services model that lets enterprises choose services based on where they are in their cloud adoption journey was conceived in the Asia-Pacific region
In the keynote for Black Hat 2019, Square's Dino Dai Zovi emphasizes security as a collaborative effort by all software teams that relies on communication, automation and feedback.
Microsoft customers who want to deploy its software on dedicated cloud hosts, including Microsoft Azure, face new licensing terms as of Oct. 1.
A renowned ethical hacker in Malaysia has called for more nations to support the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace to counter the threat of cyber warfare
Openreach is soft-launching a wholesale dark fibre product in eastern England ahead of a wider national roll-out
British Airways has confirmed the IT system-related technical difficulties that resulted in it having to cancel hundreds of flights have been resolved
Pen-testers have knowingly posted security workarounds on the public internet that are now commonly used by hackers
CCTV resellers will be using the information that has come out of a Freedom of Information request to underline the importance of physical security
Criminals are exploiting firms’ use of online feedback methods to distribute spam and phishing emails, security researchers warn
National Artificial Intelligence Lab will work on new treatments for cancer, dementia and heart disease
Elastic Stack, in a new update, adds data frames capabilities to enable new forms of analysis, as well as integrating more data sources that can be searched and analyzed.
Businesses are increasingly becoming the most popular targets for ransomware, which remains a top cyber threat around the world, especially in the US, a report reveals
Check Point revealed research at Black Hat that showed a previously disclosed vulnerability in Microsoft's remote desktop protocol affects the company's virtualization platform.
New Lifesize updates include screen sharing in the mobile app, integration with G Suite and Office 365 calendars in the web and desktop apps, and new administrative controls.
Odaseva's Full Sandbox Anonymization app ensures GDPR and CCPA compliance for Salesforce users by masking personal data in testing and training environments.
Red Hat released RHEL version 7.7 with features that make it easier to marry its legacy systems with the latest cloud-native applications, while urging users to move to RHEL 8.
Micro Focus security researchers demonstrated a new technique, dubbed 'dupe key confusion,' which allows threat actors to bypass Microsoft's SAML token validation.
Amazon and Microsoft won't say how often contractors listen to voice recordings captured in the workplace through products like Alexa for Business and Cortana.
The latest version of VMware HCX was designed to simplify workload migration and includes non-vSphere to vSphere migration and large-scale bulk migration.
As enterprises begin to deploy AI, they should focus on AI and ethics issues, as well as data privacy, and begin to create policies and guidelines around them.
Citrix Managed Desktops, which will be released Aug. 26, is meant to make managing desktops for IT easier by having Citrix control the management aspects of virtual desktops.
As competitors merge forces, Pyramid Analytics not only chooses to stay independent but also sees an opportunity to grow into the space left behind by the wave of consolidation.
GitHub has added support for CI/CD to its source code management platform, based on developer feedback for deeper CI/CD integration.
At Samsung Unpacked 2019, the newest Galaxy note models were revealed, along with DeX updates, a hybrid laptop, smartwatch updates and more.
Mesosphere becomes D2iQ, and affirms that Kubernetes is eating the world. Is IT entering a golden age of interoperability, or on the verge of mass consolidation?
Apple announced an expansion of its bug bounty program at Black Hat 2019, including rewards for MacOS vulnerabilities and a $1 million reward for a zero-click iOS exploit.
James Glenn, a 42-year-old security specialist, fought a 10-year legal battle with Cisco after blowing the whistle on serious security flaws. He lost his job, but has no regrets
Researchers uncover more than 35 vulnerabilities in six leading enterprise printers, many of which could allow access to corporate networks, underlining the need to counter security risks of embedded systems
Huawei is positioning its microkernel-based, distributed HarmonyOS mobile operating system as a true competitor to both Android and iOS
Recently appointed CTO is looking to help the mobile and cloud player build on its legacy and support more global customers
F-Secure has discovered security issues relating to an F5 device that it says could potentially turn hundreds of thousands of load balancers into beachheads for cyber attacks
Through its new deal with ImmixGroup, a distributor of enterprise software to the public sector, MicroStrategy aims to increase sales of its BI platform to government agencies.
Another busy week as some senior appointments are made across the channel
The terms of the acquisition have not been disclosed, but Park Place Technologies hopes to make Entuity a key component of its multivendor service delivery model.
A Rackspace tool for speeding up the cloud sales process is now available, while MNJ Technologies has become a Workplace by Facebook reseller; more news from the week.
Discrimination lawsuits can seek broad changes to HR operations, as was the case for Google. That settlement could be a template for how federal courts respond going forward.
Prime minister Boris Johnson has urged government departments to work on a new fast-tracked visa for those skilled in sciences, and may scrap other visa caps to attract top talent
Alphabet's DeepMind company loses millions of dollars each year, but it appears the research firm’s AI advances are so valuable that Alphabet finds it worthwhile anyway.
In its latest report on industrial control system threats, Dragos said it believes the first major 'destructive' ICS attack will likely occur at an oil and gas facility.
Salesforce's ClickSoftware acquisition is aimed at improving Salesforce's field service management offering against SAP and Oracle.
To partner with tech giants or not to partner with tech giants? Gartner analyst Laura Craft offers advice on how healthcare CIOs can think through that question.
Microsoft expands its advertising platform to vendor marketing with the PromoteIQ acquisition.
Slack released a roadmap for giving IT administrators more data security controls. Almost all of the new features will be available only to Enterprise Grid customers.
Security researchers have demonstrated how simple flaws in building controllers could allow malicious actors to manipulate control systems with devastating effect, highlighting the importance of operational technology security
Broadcom laid down a $10.7 billion bet in buying Symantec's enterprise security software. While some are optimistic, security experts predict another Intel-McAfee deal.
IBM's open source AI Explainability 360 toolkit packages algorithms and training examples to help humans better understand the decision-making process of machine learning models.
Experian's acquisition of MyHealthDirect is a step toward a better patient experience by providing real-time scheduling services across the continuum of care.