Attacks on the domain name system in Asia-Pacific grew by 15% last year, with Malaysian organisations seeing the sharpest rise in damages among countries in the region
BT claims it has secured £2m in cost savings by putting Qlik data analytics in the hands of 1,200 members of staff in its Consumer business
Organisations have 18 months to update data transfer agreements, known as standard contractual clauses, or SCCs, to continue sharing data outside the European Union
Privacy coalition aims to force NHS Digital to push back its plans to scrape medical information on millions of patients into a central database
Software as a service made up the lion’s share of overall public cloud spending in India last year, followed by cloud-based infrastructure and platforms as organisations look to build digital agility amid the pandemic
Technology giant IBM says the US government has ‘no jurisdiction’ to request data from its European entities
The National Cyber Security Centre says it is dealing with a renewed surge of ransomware attacks targeting schools, colleges and universities
Palo Alto’s Unit 42 reports on what appears to be the first-recorded malware targeting Kubernetes clusters through Windows containers
The European digital identity will be available to citizens, residents and businesses across the EU, and member states will offer digital identity wallets on a national level
Average cost of mobile handsets is increasing and people do not feel compelled to upgrade, with new features – such as foldable designs – limited to premium products
Use of Amazon and Microsoft’s cloud services by public sector bodies in the European Union is being scrutinised by the bloc’s privacy watchdog
The UK financial services regulator is calling for feedback from organisations, including tech firms, on the use of cryptocurrency
The Ministry of Defence aims to invest an additional £1.6bn in digital over the next 10 years, and plans to establish a federated ecosystem of digital innovators and developers to ensure continuous progress
Almost out of the garage at the same time as the real-life road run of an autonomous shuttle bus in Oxford, cities in the West Midlands are opening their roads for the national debut of vehicle-to-everything mobile technology
EY report shows that while the pandemic has prompted greater interest in 5G and IoT for majority of organisations, most are also struggling to identify the right 5G supplier strategy
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure lags rivals, but the company hopes that a broader set of free services will draw interest from a critical constituency – developers.
Several of the 19 charges brought against the alleged Trickbot Group developer Alla Witte include bank fraud and aggravated identity theft.
Police in 16 countries carried out raids on after Australian Police and the FBI cracked an encrypted An0M communications network used by crime groups
Oracle and the UK government’s Crown Commercial Service have renewed a memorandum of understanding for the continued use of the supplier’s cloud infrastructure and applications
Telco launches new single office, home office unit offering ‘unbreakable’ Wi-Fi to deliver ‘unrivalled’ connectivity, coverage and customer service for micro-businesses
Whatever the Post Office told government about its decision to sack investigators examining subpostmaster prosecutions for theft could identify if the government was part of a cover-up
Cloud-first managed SD-WAN and SASE provider aims to bridge recently emerged EU/UK connectivity gap with enhanced networking support and application experience
Investment firm, Blackstone, is hedging its bets on the growth in data processing capacity that will be brought about by digitisation
Vectra AI adds its voice to others that have warned partners to consider the merits of a product using artificial intelligence
The UK’s national data guardian says it is important the public has clarity on how their confidential medical information will be used and kept secure under NHS data-sharing plans
The vendor released a new version of Domo Everywhere, streamlining the embedded BI platform to make it easier to develop and distribute applications.
The new program follows a CISA directive from September that requires executive branch agencies to create and publish vulnerability disclosure policies.
New tech community established to advocate for the interests of non-binary people, trans and cis women, trans men, and other marginalised genders in security
NHS Digital has postponed its proposed collection of GP data for two months, to allow more time for the public to understand the process and opt out if wanted
Analysts say Huawei's HarmonyOS for smartphones and tablets is unlikely to succeed against Android and iOS without easy access to popular apps or a global sales channel.
NetApp will roll out numerous updates to its enterprise catalog including a new storage-as-a-service subscription that provides hybrid cloud privacy with public cloud features.
Cloudian Hyperstore's AWS Outpost readiness lets customers deploy on-premises object storage alongside Outposts for more cost-effective and scalable storage.
Snowflake customer Instacart, the online grocery giant, uses the Snowpark cloud data warehouse to list all its services in a data catalog to improve the user experience.
After Colonial Pipeline paid a $4.4 million ransom demand in last month's attack, the DOJ announced the majority of the funds have been retrieved by the FBI.
With graduation to a stable version, HashiCorp Terraform users won't have to deal with any more breaking changes in new versions of the infrastructure-as-code tool.
Apple's upcoming improvements to FaceTime would open it up to non-Apple users for the first time and allow for collaborative screen sharing. The feature debuts this fall.
The FBI secretly ran an encrypted chat network that included 12,000 devices and was widely used by criminal organizations across the globe for various illegal dealings.
Honeywell merged with Cambridge Quantum Computing, combining their respective quantum computing offerings to chase opportunities in the cybersecurity market.
Scale-out backup appliance pioneer adds backup-as-a-service from a virtual machine on customer premises
Alibaba Cloud will open its first datacentre in the Philippines by the end of this year ahead of global rivals, as it expands its footprint in Southeast Asia
Distributors add Lenovo, Deep Instinct and Proofpoint to their rosters and get briefed to work with partners to go after the SME market
Consortium of leading mobile technology firms claim range milestone for mmWave next-generation networks
Collaboration suite has new look and feel, and supports hybrid work collaboration at what is claimed to be 40% lower cost than à-la-carte systems
Fintech unicorn introduces feature to its app in the UK which will challenge traditional credit card providers
Fixes for six actively-exploited – and one yet-to-be-exploited – zero-day bugs are released in the June 2021 Patch Tuesday update
Cloud provider acts quickly to restore content delivery network after software bug disrupts service for major firms spanning media, e-commerce and government websites, including Amazon, The Guardian and Gov.uk
Amazon Web Services research shines a light on the toll that the pandemic has taken on European enterprises and their digital transformation plans
Spanish bank is the latest to announce swingeing branch and job cuts amid increased digital competition
Salesforce now claims cloud customizations for 12 different vertical industries. Can this help them win new users from competitors who have released their own industry clouds?
Storage vendors roll out more as-a-service support and offerings that the channel can take out to users
The tech company confirmed there were signs of exploitation in the wild for the vulnerabilities that affect Windows desktop and server operating systems.
RSA Security is transitioning its fraud and risk intelligence work into a new business to be called Outseer
Artificial intelligence and machine learning have the potential to change every industry – Google has set its sights on manufacturing
Massive investments imminent by independent broadband providers to drive the creation and realisation of Gigabit Britain
Vendor Dell cuts the ribbon on open ecosystem that is designed to attract comms service providers as it eyes the edge and 5G opportunities
Partners are increasingly working together across the vendor’s ecosystem to ensure they meet customer demands
The latest iPad operating system improves the way users work on side-by-side applications and lets them use the iPad to extend a MacBook or iMac display.
Palo Alto’s Unit 42 shares intel on the emergent Prometheus ransomware gang, with apparent links to the Thanos crew
UK telco announces successful demo in using recycled aggregate while building network in Glasgow, which could lead to massively reduced carbon emissions per year in future network build outs
Some users balked at HCP Consul pricing when it first became available, prompting HashiCorp to add a Starter SKU, though it has yet to release specifics on cost.
Working with overseas law enforcement, the FBI has arrested eight people and named a further 13 accused of distributing An0m phones to organised crime groups
The market is ripe for more AI M&A deals as enterprise demand for AI talent, MLOps and vertical applications rose during the pandemic.
Palo Alto Networks' CSPM product uses machine learning to tackle a point of DevSecOps friction -- too many security alerts that aren't tied to imminent threats.
ThoughtSpot expanded its partnership with a leading data cloud provider, revealing ThoughtSpot for Snowpark to better enable developers as they work in-warehouse.
The AI vendor and cloud data warehouse vendors' latest collaboration will enable joint customers to develop and deploy AI models with fewer production lags.
The Colonial Pipeline VPN password was relatively complex, according to Mandiant CTO Charles Carmakal, and likely would have been difficult for DarkSide threat actors to guess.
European countries are adopting right-to-disconnect laws, protecting workers from employer retaliation. But in the U.S., there appears to be little interest from lawmakers.
Nearly three in four Australian organisations experienced cyber attacks that largely resulted from a growing remote workforce in 2020
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy moves to clarify that rogue umbrella firms will be in-scope of its soon-to-be-created single enforcement body, which will focus on protecting workers’ rights
Network data from TalkTalk shows many UK employees are moving house as hybrid working transforms working habits and becomes very much here to stay
Game developer Ubisoft has been tapping cloud computing to overcome the constraints of game development and create gaming experiences that live on for years to come
New report compiled by insurance firm Hiscox reveals the state of cyber preparedness in the UK and beyond
Tussell report finds that central government increased tech spend during the Covid-19 pandemic, and HM Revenue and Customs is the biggest spender
Accenture is donating almost half a million pounds to help a tech training prgramme targeted at young people outside education
SASE and SD-WAN specialist has been widening its channel base since launching a global partner programme six months ago
Video conferencing provider introduces devices that offer an all-in-one desk phone solution for calls and meetings, with hardware solutions from Poly and Yealink
Cisco's Webex Suite packs many capabilities beneficial to companies preparing for a hybrid workplace, with employees spending time in the office and at home.
Firm launches marketing platform to provide managed service providers with access to a range of resources
New generation of IoT solutions designed to deliver advanced edge-AI performance, innovative power-efficiency, 5G connectivity capabilities and enhanced features for processing and security
The U.S. government didn't flag the Microsoft-Nuance acquisition as violating antitrust laws, but scrutiny of big tech continues as governments try to reign in powerful companies.
Telco launches SASE solution merging SD-WAN capabilities with network security services, creating a unified, cloud-delivered service model that supports digital enterprises
Data startup Prefect is looking to grow its open source project and commercial business to help organizations manage automated data pipeline requirements.
Motorola will offer the $400 Moto G Stylus 5G as a more affordable alternative to the $1,000 Samsung Galaxy Note 5G.
Quest is looking to build out what it calls a data empowerment platform with the help of data modeling and other technology from its recently acquired Erwin business unit.
Last week JBS USA said the ransomware attack was resolved and all facilities were fully operational, but now the company confirmed it paid a huge ransom.
Australia’s Digital Transformation Agency certifies Macquarie Telecom, Canberra Data Centres and Australian Data Centres as strategic operators for hosting government data
Virgin Atlantic has expanded its IT services agreement with Tata Consultancy Services, with 70 of its IT staff transferring to the supplier
Partnership will explore collaboration in areas such as innovation, research, defence, security, intelligence and law enforcement, as well as making sure technology is ‘used as a force for good’
Speaking ahead of the G7 Summit, foreign secretary Dominic Raab says the UK is ready to take on cyber criminals and other malicious actors wherever they may be
The Competition and Markets Authority is opening a consultation on commitments offered to it by Google to ensure its Privacy Sandbox proposals do not harm digital advertising markets
More than one third of incidents recorded by Cisco Talos in the past three months were related to four Microsoft Exchange Server zero-days first revealed in March.
The government has announced it will be offering some employers £1,000 of funding for hosting T-level students
Study shows extent to which online connectivity impacts quality of life but reveals that renters are nearly twice as likely to describe their connection as only average or unreliable, compared with home owners
Sustainability and green cloud computing have gained a higher profile in recent months, leading consultancies like Accenture and ThoughtWorks to pursue new services; other news.
Tribunal dismisses second appeal by IT project manager Robert Lee that his contracts with Nationwide would fall out of scope of the IR35 legislation
US comms provider brings dedicated 5G Ultra Wideband capabilities to large enterprise and public sector customers regardless of whether their premises are within its public 5G coverage area
Details on the cyber attack are scarce, but according to the indictment, Vikas Singla allegedly attempted to steal data and disrupt the hospital's phone system.
Fast-data cloud vendor Snowflake continues to expand its platform with capabilities that enable organizations to quickly and easily work with their data.
The latest DNA Center upgrade simplifies deploying the campus network controller and scaling the platform to handle more endpoints. Cisco plans to release it in mid-June.
Many firms are setting September as a return-to-the-office month, and a majority of workers will be in a hybrid office environment. Three days a week may be the hybrid standard.
Slilpp, a massive dark web emporium for buying and selling stolen credentials, has been pulled offline by an international law enforcement takedown.