Regional e-commerce giant Lazada is looking to uncover more vulnerabilities that could compromise data security in a public bug bounty programme that offers up to $10,000 per bounty
Public sector-focused IT supplier UKCloud has had its commitment to ensuring its customers are procuring services from a socially conscious provider verified by the publication of an independent report
Study from leading management consultant finds that despite not unrealistic worries about domestic network reliability, UK householders feel networks have dealt with extra strain from mass home working
The number of HMRC-branded phishing scams surged 87% in the past 12 months, according to latest revealed figures
Data published by HMRC confirms that the tax authority’s IR35 status checker tool has failed to determined how contractors should be taxed in hundreds of thousands of cases since November 2019
Green Mountain has gone public with details of a second heat reuse agreement it has signed that will see its waste datacentre water used to warm a nearby land-based trout farm
German savings fintechs merge and plan European and US expansion
Ban on Binance Markets comes amid a wider global crackdown on the largely unregulated global market for cryptocurrencies and related assets.
New ransomware gangs such as DarkSide are receiving cryptocurrency investments from their peers and are poised to make life difficult for enterprises and law enforcement alike.
Many organisations have had to expand their use of public cloud services during the global crisis
Bank set up by peer-to-peer lending fintech firm expected to make a profit in its first year
RUSI think tank calls for an industry-wide reset amid intense challenges for providers of cyber security insurance
As a central pillar of strategy to build a more secure and innovative 5G supply chain, Sonic Labs test facility opens to explore ways of building 5G networks in a ‘simulated’ real-world environment
Switzerland-based telco Swisscom has named AWS its preferred public cloud partner to power its digital transformation plans
Recently merged communications provider announces that it will, for the first time, make use of government’s Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme to help residents in West Sussex benefit from next-generation connectivity
Low Earth orbit satellite constellation provider OneWeb announces agreement with BT to discover how satellite technology might support improved capacity, mobile resilience, backhaul and coverage in challenging geographic locations
After placing information-stealing malware on a customer support agent's system, the Nobelium threat actors gained access to three Microsoft clients.
A federal court dismissed two antitrust lawsuits against Facebook, which alleged the social media company acquired competitive companies to maintain dominant market power.
Web application attacks against the global video game industry grew by 340% in 2020 as more people turn to gaming during pandemic lockdowns
Public cloud telco software launches charging engine to achieve what it says is the world’s best performance benchmark of one million transactions per second with usage-based pricing with free tier option for CSPs
The European Commission has granted the UK data adequacy, allowing data sharing between the EU and the UK, but warns it may yet be revoked
The combined companies will expand JFrog's Xray tool to embed security throughout its DevSecOps pipeline products, with a focus on application artifacts, rather than source code.
A new campaign from the same threat group that broke into SolarWinds serves as a reminder that cyber crime gangs will try to exploit any avenue they can, even if technically unsophisticated
Security association seeks to determine terms of reference for committees to oversee standards and ethics, and qualifications and careers in the cyber sector
Traditional bank branches are likely to disappear from the high street in the next five years, but banking ecosystems will ensure customer service levels are high, say bankers
A study from IoT security vendor Armis shows many outside the IT community are unaware of growing threats, leaving a major gap in knowledge of basic security practices.
Tableau on June 29 unveiled new versions of Ask Data and Explain Data, tools that enable users with natural language processing, and two new integrations with Salesforce.
Nvidia continues its aggressive push into both the AI and 5G markets, partnering with Google Cloud to aid in development of AI apps for the data center to the edge.
A disconnect between those in the technology department and the rest of the business will undermine digital transformation efforts, warns channel player
Cloud security player is looking to build a partner network as it expands on this side of the Atlantic
Mobile industry leaders unite as key 5G business segment expands its momentum across multiple regions, aiming to allow operators and OEMs to meet rising demand for data and expand into new service opportunities
Distributor makes third signing in just a matter of weeks as it keeps adding more depth to the options it can put in front of resellers
Scotland, Wales and North East England set to benefit most from mobile coverage boost under £1bn scheme with more than 230,000 Welsh homes and businesses to get access to faster broadband through Project Gigabit, and nearly 1,000 public buildings and 150,000 homes and businesses in Northern Ireland to get full-fibre connections
Research from leading mobile data and analytics company App Annie finds $7bn jump in app spending year on year, suggesting the start of a global economic rebound
Buoyed by the pandemic e-commerce boom, Shopify rolls out upgrades for no-code, low-code and pro-code offerings for its web platform -- and rewrites APIs to make stores faster.
IBM prévoit de développer un ordinateur quantique de plus de 1 000 qubits dans les deux ans. L’enjeu est désormais de le rendre exploitable par des développeurs classiques.
Moving public cloud workloads back on-premise is among the decisions that organisations have to make as they straddle between public and private cloud environments
Google Cloud and Ericsson form partnership based on respective compute platform and 5G technology portfolios to help comms service providers deliver capabilities to the edge to unlock new possibilities for enterprises
NHS staff see a role for remote healthcare to enable the health service to keep up with increased demands, according to iGov survey
Colocation giant Interxion has invested £1.1m in a network roll-out that will connect up eight of its London-based datacentres
A coordinated sting has ended the operations of the DoubleVPN service, the owners of which are accused of harbouring cyber criminal activity
Nvidia GPUDirect Storage's driver hit 1.0 status to enable direct memory access between GPU and storage and boost the performance of data-intensive AI, HPC and analytics workloads.
Data relating to 700 million users of the LinkedIn networking platform has appeared for sale, but the firm says it is the victim of data scraping, not a security breach
Microsoft recently unveiled Windows 11, but its consumer-focused presentation left IT pros with questions about hardware requirements and the business benefits for the new OS.
Research suggests that mid-size businesses are falling into the trap of investing in technology for technology’s sake, rather than identifying what the business actually needs, with stress especially acute supporting remote working
Global operator to launch region’s first standalone fully end-to-end cloud network from devices to IS in a cloud-native mode
REvil or Sodinokibi ransomware activity is higher than ever, but its success appears to be relative, with some affiliates prepared to dramatically cut their prices
Comms player highlights a negative reaction from some customers to mutli-year contracts
Romanian Mihai Ionut Paunescu, known as 'Virus,' was charged with two other supposed creators of the Gozi malware back in 2012, but Paunescu is the only one not to be extradited.
the endpoint security vendor has gone public in one of the largest IPOs in the cybersecurity industry.
GitOps is catching on among enterprises, especially as edge workloads increase, but the industry must strike a time-honored balance between security and flexibility as it matures.
An international law enforcement operation shut down DoubleVPN, a Dutch-hosted service that had provided low-cost, underground anonymizing services to cybercriminals.
If you build a cloud-native ERP, customers will come. That's the thinking behind rebranding Epicor ERP 10 as Epicor Kinetic, a multi-tenant SaaS ERP.
Dell Technologies spotlighted its open source Omnia software as part of its latest initiatives to ease the deployment and management of HPC, AI and data analytics workloads.
Lengthy mobile phone contracts leave buyers at risk of their devices losing support for security updates
A top SAP executive claims the region is leading the way in the ‘Rise with SAP’ cloud transformation programme which has been bolstered with modular cloud enterprise resource planning offerings
Nominations are now open for this year’s edition of the Unsung Heroes Awards for cyber professionals and educators
Stannard used his position as head of unified communications at an Essex NHS Trust to cheat the taxpayer of more than £800,000
Ahead of current analogue phone network reaching the end of its life by December 2025, UK broadband provider advises firms to start checking digital compatibility of CPE such as alarm services, lifts, payment card readers and medical equipment
Another 10 subpostmasters are set to have their criminal convictions quashed as part of one of the biggest miscarriage of justice in British history
The Afghan, Kyrgyz and Uzbek governments are all thought to have been targeted by the same APT
Newly launched service will help US organisations understand how prepared they are to deal with a ransomware attack
Business spend management specialist puts more emphasis on environmental product features as customers look to measure their green credentials
The new platform update enables customers to include Yellowfin Stories, the vendor's data storytelling tool, on dashboards to create a unified workflow.
Plans underway to merge the mobile wallets of various Nordic banks into a single public cloud-based technology platform
Market watcher Context will start benchmarking the average selling prices of certain products across Europe
The guidance is designed to help technology companies embed safer design for users into their services in anticipation of the Online Safety Bill becoming law
A joint attribution by the British and American authorities accuses Russia’s GRU intelligence services of conducting a campaign of brute force attacks on enterprise and cloud environments
With demand for graph analytics on the rise, TigerGraph recently unveiled an expanded partner ecosystem that will enable the vendor to gain domain expertise as its userbase grows.
Consulting firm Eckerson Group recently developed an assessment for the insurance industry to help companies compare their analytics programs with their peers.
Slack Huddles is a form of lightweight communication for informal meetings within the collaboration platforms. Companies using the feature include Dell, Tibco and Cookpad.
Experts -- and Google -- tell us why 'The Cookiepocalypse' for which advertisers are braced is delayed until at least 2023, and what it means for internet advertising.
AT&T will move its 5G services to Microsoft's Azure cloud. The move provides Microsoft with a critical 5G customer while AT&T cuts costs and gains scalability.
HPE will buy Zerto for $374 million and use its continuous data protection capabilities to bring disaster recovery, backup and data migration offerings to the GreenLake portfolio.
Micron's $900 million deal to sell its Utah semiconductor factory to Texas Instruments will end the plant's 3D XPoint supplies for Intel Optane memory and storage products.
Opportunistic threat actors are pouncing on embattled IT teams that are under pressure to expand remote work arrangements
Global operator joins leading tech firms in test showcasing the benefits of 5G end-to-end network slicing optimised for cloud virtual reality game streaming, while also allowing service providers to offer customer-focused service assurance
Leading US operator to run its mobility network on leading cloud platform as it aims to deliver cost-efficient 5G services at scale, while network cloud technology will be deployed to gain competitive advantage through streamlined operations and service differentiation
Research reveals 5G core dominance is contingent on supplier positioning and strategy, but also that hungry pure-play software suppliers were already offering disruptive innovation and agility
The accidental publication of proof of concept code for a Windows vulnerability, and the reclassification of said bug from low to critical severity, has the cyber community concerned. Is it right to be?
Strengthening its market position as it expands across the East of England, Lincolnshire-based broadband provider Lightspeed makes strategic investment in gigabit technology to support the roll-out of full-fibre multi-gigabit network
Latest part of UK government’s 5G diversification strategy sees launch of competition to put UK at the cutting edge of developing tech for 5G mobile networks
Barracuda will gain more security depth for managed service providers through the Skout Cybersecurity acquisition, made at a time when security remains a top customer concern
Distributors signing vendors to react to increasing demand for data protection solutions
Cricket Australia was able to keep digital services up and running during a period of unprecedented customer demand
Top executives leading IBM have moved, including IBM president Jim Whitehurst, and the company has added a new face to its systems business, recruited from HPE.
Partnership between 5G comms tech provider and leading business management firm looks to improve interoperability, provide proven performance and ease deployment for clients looking to unlock benefits of 5G private networks
Dell Technology's segment of Global Alliances partners stood out in the vendor's first-quarter channel sales; more IT channel news.
The Federal Trade Commission took steps Thursday to broaden its powers by increasing the scope of antitrust inquiry, streamlining rulemaking and expediting investigations.
The NSA warned that Russian state-sponsored hackers launched a new container-based campaign aimed at breaching networks and stealing essential data from multiple industries.
In a major setback for police hacking operations, Berlin’s regional court has decided that intercepted data from the EncroChat phone network should not be used in criminal prosecutions