Researcher Christopher Hadnagy is seeking damages from DEF CON and founder Jeff Moss over their decision to ban him citing multiple claims of conduct violations.
Talent acquisition and cybersecurity are the two top business risks leaders surveyed by PwC say they face in the current environment.
By pinpointing when and where fires, floods and other natural disasters caused by climate change might occur, the damage from such events can be drastically reduced.
With the purchase of CubeWerx, the database vendor will add geospatial capabilities to its SkySQL database service that will enable satellite imagery analysis in applications.
This year marks the fourth year there has been an increase in the number of students choosing to take A-level computing, but grade attainments have dropped year-on-year
Cisco expects component shortages to continue through fiscal 2023, holding revenue growth to between 4% and 6%. Component prices could ease after the current quarter.
Four immigration advocacy groups launch lawsuit in Illinois alleging data broker’s collection, aggregation and sale of people’s personal data, including non-public information, to corporations and government bodies
Premier League football team and enterprise IoT and software-defined network solutions provider claim 15 years’ no-fail networking and improved experiences for infrastructure users
The exploitation of stolen session cookies by cyber criminals is once again back on the agenda, thanks to the growing popularity of multifactor authentication tools
Researchers with Trustwave say the cyber attacks against Ukraine are not the work of enlisted private hacking groups but Russian government intelligence agencies.
A now-patched vulnerability in the Amazon Ring mobile app could have been exploited to expose users’ video recordings, but was complex to exploit, according to the researchers who stumbled upon it
Too often, it takes a major incident for business leadership to pay attention to cyber issues, according to a government-commissioned study of victims
The UK is facing a vacancies crisis and there is no short-term fix, but this year’s A-level results point to an increasingly gender-diverse future workforce
Latest data from finance industry body reveals how the payments market is bouncing back after the pandemic
Purpose-built, modular room kit provides enhanced business productivity and collaboration capabilities for companies looking to upgrade their meeting room technology for the hybrid working world
Networking giant’s CEO talks of improvements as the firm shares Q4 and full-year numbers
There has been a boom in distributed denial-of-service attacks in the first six months of 2022, according to a report, with Russia’s war on Ukraine helping to drive activity
Privacy group files complaints with Information Commissioner’s Office and Forensic Science Regulator over Home Office’s GPS monitoring of migrants
Network test, monitoring and assurance systems provider announces support for 6G academic and industry research, aiming to provide expertise, technology and funding to promising avenues of research, which may lead to breakthroughs for wireless technology
SaaS-based energy tech platform provider sets out how it is using Google Cloud to help achieve its goal of becoming carbon-negative by 2030
Using the vendor's Cortex AI platform, DeepTarget created a digital experience platform that community finance institutions can use to predict what consumers will buy.
Google issued an update Wednesday to address a potentially serious security vulnerability in its Chrome browser, and the company urged users to patch their browsers immediately.
Despite enabling organizations to explore what might happen based on different decisions and to prepare for potential problems, many BI vendors don't offer such tools.
The vendor added new database support to its change data capture platform including for BigQuery and Imply, as well as features for schema update and data column transformations.
Workers at two separate healthcare groups are reporting paycheck errors following migrations to new payroll systems. One is moving to Oracle; the other to Workday.
Cybersecurity vendor Volexity found earlier this month that one flaw, CVE-2022-27925, had compromised more than 1,000 Zimbra Collaboration Suite instances.
As Gen Z holds brands accountable for corporate social responsibility values, Ana Villegas, CMO at NI (National Instruments), makes the case that marketing teams should handle CSR.
A new service for faster access to storage in AWS cloud challenges the capabilities of many other cloud vendors, but lacks important components.
Research from CompTIA has revealed that partner experience is a key factor in determining the strength of a relationship between partners and their vendors
The Open Championship was fully back in 2022 after Covid, and back at golf’s spiritual home of St Andrews – and it was an opportunity for the club’s CTO to reflect on where technology will take the sport next
The vendor is expanding its set of offerings with the launch of CDP One, a service initially available only on AWS that enables serverless deployment in the cloud.
India’s semiconductor component market will see cumulative revenues climb to $300bn by 2026, amid growing demand for mobile devices and industrial products
Train operator plans to donate 600 computers to the charity, which will refurbish them and send them to schools in Malawi
The Australian switchboard manufacturer has rolled out a radio frequency identification system to track production jobs and streamline manufacturing processes
While the source of the breach has not been confirmed, an attacker got into Mailchimp and gained access to the customer account of cloud hosting provider DigitalOcean.
Though cyber insurance demand is exceeding supply and companies might receive less coverage with higher premiums, experts say there are ways enterprises can reduce risk.
Cloudian customers can simplify support needs and hardware misconfigurations with the new HyperBalance load balancer, the result of a new partnership with LoadBalancer.org.
In a Q&A with TechTarget Editorial, Trend Micro Zero Day Initiative's Brian Gorenc and Dustin Childs discuss incomplete patches and the value of personal researcher relations.
The CHIPS Act is a good first step in reviving U.S. semiconductor production, but experts caution that benefits won't be realized soon, due to issues like complex supply chains.
Accelerator will add to Manchester’s growing cyber security ecosystem, which already includes several tech unicorns, arms companies and the offices of GCHQ
Businesses are increasingly adopting customer-facing digital technologies, but the older generation are not so keen to embrace tech
The experience of an apprentice who has gone through Westcon-Comstor’s programme underlines how important the apprenticeships are to attracting the next generation of talent
Firms expand their options by picking up more expertise and market coverage though deals
Research from temporary power generation equipment maker Aggreko highlights toll that rising energy costs are having on colocation datacentre operators
Each year, Computer Weekly publishes the longlist of all of the women put forward to be considered for its list of the top 50 Most Influential Women in UK Tech. Here are 2022’s nominees
Research projects 5G small cell deployments will accelerate by around 2025, when 5G capacity demands offered by Massive MIMO becomes insufficient
South Staffordshire Water moves to reassure customers that their supplies remain safe after its attackers screw up their initial assault
Department is on the hunt for a chief digital and information officer to lead on its digital agenda, offering up to £200,000 pa for the role
CIA and its former director sued over allegations that they authorised unlawful spying on US citizens when they visited WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London
Even with government money soon headed their way, top-tier semiconductor companies will still have to deal with a range of challenges, from falling PC sales to material shortages.
Agreement aims to expand the availability of low earth orbit connectivity for aviation and transform the experiences of passengers and flight crews
Freedom of information act request reveals worrying finding that over half of councils in England and Wales have no strategy for the prospective withdrawal of traditional PSTN communications networks
Lightbits builds NVMe-overTCP SAN clusters for Linux servers with Intel cards that accelerate network processing to give millions of IOPS with storage for public and private clouds
A study produced by the CyberUp campaign reveals broad alignment among security professionals on questions around the Computer Misuse Act, which it hopes will give confidence to policymakers as they explore its reform
BSI Kitemark for laptops supplied by Circular Computing intended to certify remanufactured products that are ‘as good as’ brand new devices
New support scheme designed to enable customers to give permission to broadband providers to confirm their eligibility for cheaper deals
Workers in India, China, South Korea, Australia and Japan are more at risk of losing their jobs to automation, despite the creation of new jobs in the green economy and ICT industry
In a statement to Computer Weekly, the Freelancer and Contractor Services Association says the panel will provide umbrella companies with a route to appeal against the decisions made by its CEO
Xenia Kim’s knack for solving problems and fixing software bugs eventually landed her a career in software development
By 2028, private 5G network sales and associated services such as installation could generate as much as $23.8bn in revenues, with surge in sales beginning in China two years earlier, research finds
Whitepaper from industry trade organisation for leading telecommunications service providers and manufacturers highlights key planning and implementation issues that will ensure success of time-critical services for 5G networks
Current inclement economic times in the UK blow headwinds into mobile comms sector, shaking customer loyalty with operators as over two-fifths of contract customers think they are overpaying for their current tariff