The US will bear the brunt of data exfiltration efforts by cyber criminals, though Asia-Pacific nations such as Singapore will not be spared
Hackers could exploit security vulnerabilities in fax machines to launch cyber attacks in millions of organisations around the world, researchers warn, underlining the need for cyber resilience
In an on-going series of Q&A's with channel executives the questions this time were put to Greg Bailey, director channel and cloud, Veeam UK and Ireland.
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is building a technically advanced stadium to take fan experience to new heights. It will include zBook workstations, as used on the International Space Station
Continuous investment and activity are key in the cyber arms race, according to Databarracks, as research shows UK firms are worried about keeping up with security challenges
Database software giant faces claims in the US that it misled investors and analysts over the source of its cloud revenue growth
Chancellor Philip Hammond promises £51m in additional investment for researchers and entrepreneurs to drive tech innovation in Wales
A majority of information security professionals believe that election infrastructure is vulnerable to cyber attack, a survey shows
All e-commerce businesses should follow the banks’ lead in how to detect fraud in the digital era, says RSA fraud and risk expert
Information Commissioner’s Office has demonstrated its commitment to technology and innovation by appointing a new executive director to focus on this area
Seagate shows off its first triple-level cell, 64-layer 3D NAND Nytro SSDs since investing in Toshiba NAND. Analysts wonder if the HDD giant waited too long to get serious about flash.
California school sees Rubrik converged data protection and AWS S3 as key building blocks for a multi-cloud strategy, with archiving as the first step.
During a Black Hat 2018 session, Google, Microsoft and Red Hat offered a behind-the-scenes look at the disclosure and response effort for Meltdown and Spectre.
A new survey finds companies are using fairness and bias as metrics to evaluate the success of a machine learning model.
One research house identified the top low-code development platforms that target business users who want to build mobile apps without coding.
Users of EE’s 4G mobile network receive the best overall experience in the UK, according to RootMetrics’ latest study
The supplier of enterprise resource planning software is giving users the ability to tweak its software easily without the need for consultants, turning the traditional enterprise software business model on its head
The FBI has issued a warning to banks that cyber criminals are planning to steal millions in a coordinated worldwide attack on cash machines
To make it easier for customers to compare and switch between current account providers, UK banks are under pressure to improve their reporting processes for downtime and security incidents
A 10-month data-gathering exercise will pave the way for an autonomous vehicle ride-sharing service to start operation in 2019
The data protection regulations might have been in place for a few months but there are still plenty of customers not yet up to speed and chances for the channel to make a difference
New-build developments in Glasgow set to receive gigabit full-fibre broadband connections
Phishing is the most popular way of enabling fraud for cyber criminals, who are also increasingly using rogue mobile apps, mobile browsers and social media, a report reveals
Legacy databases are unsuitable to run modern digitisation initiatives. Teams risk losing their jobs if their projects fail, warns Couchbase
The majority of UK consumers see the threat of online fraud as “inevitable” as e-commerce popularity rises
The Irish government concedes in tender document that country’s complex planning laws could put at risk government plans to build a public sector datacentre in Kildare
The trust is extending its partnership with Allscripts as it signs up to the supplier’s electronic patient record system
Amanda Rousseau, aka Malware Unicorn, discusses her time in computer forensics investigations with the DoD, as well as the joys of reverse engineering malware encryption by hand.
More than 600 NHS Digital employees have been told they may have to reapply for their jobs, as redundancies loom in the first wave of the organisation’s restructure
Integrated disk backup appliances are now common, but Quantum and Veeam have taken the converged architecture to tape backups to eliminate the need for a dedicated external server.
The security player has an offering that should appeal to MSPs and consultants
With BP Logix's latest BPM platform release, predictive analytics comes to BPM without a posse of data scientists. The AI tools inside could fill BPM's machine learning gap.
Nordic datacentre operator Digiplex is expanding its commitment to running its facilities in a sustainable way by agreeing to reuse its waste heat to warm homes in Oslo
IBM skinny mainframes add a few pounds with the DS8882F all-flash array screwed into the IBM Z ZR1 and LinuxOne Rockhopper II 19-inch racks.
SAP Concur has created a Slack bot for booking travel and reporting expenses, as Slack doubles down on an approach to team collaboration centered on third-party integrations.
Cybersecurity researcher Amanda Rousseau discusses the relationship between the infosec community and law enforcement and how to create the next generation of white hat hackers.
Array Networks has added support for 40 GbE interfaces in its NFV appliance. The AVX hardware also has higher throughput for encrypted traffic.
Security researchers are urging enterprises to update their software after the discovery of a vulnerability that could undermine the security provided by multifactor authentication
New research has discovered mobile apps may still store where users have been even after Google location-tracking services have been turned off.
The rumors that GE is putting pieces of its vaunted GE Digital unit on the chopping block spread like wildfire. True or not, here's why CIOs should be taking notes.
Administrators have their work cut out for them, with more than 60 vulnerabilities to handle for August Patch Tuesday, after reeling from the effects of a bad batch of July updates.
Chinese cloud supplier says retailers will be able to use its machine learning platform to understand consumer preferences, among a slew of services it is making available globally for the first time
Businesses and consumers are advised to download security updates from Intel for new security flaws that could allow attackers to access protected data, but some cloud providers could see a performance impact
Mobile operator O2 is testing the application of Li-Fi technology, using LED light bulbs to transmit data packets, to enhance consumer wireless networks
The data protection specialist has seen a strong first half of the year thanks to customers looking for answers to their GDPR problems
The networking specialist is looking to start its second decade of existence with its sights set on growth
The channel services group will be listening more to its managed service focused members to make sure it is heading in the right strategic direction
LinkedIn overhauls Sales Navigator with deals management, Adobe Sign and Office 365 integrations, new search tools and mobile deal pages and direct connection to product team.
Quest makes backup product software-defined with QoreStor, with dedupe functionality that can be added to other backup products, and plans cloud backup with native storage next
The security of industrial control systems (ICS) is at risk in key verticals due to under staffing, under investment and human error, a report reveals
Artificial intelligence could diagnose eye conditions within seconds, and with the same accuracy as human experts, research finds
The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) cautions HM Revenue & Customs against rushing out IR35 reforms to the private sector, claiming it will take most businesses at least one tax year to ready their software systems for the move
The Improvement Service will pilot the Yoti digital identity platform, test the use of blockchain applications and take a cloud first approach with its myaccount citizen portal
As Apple is set to become the first trillion dollar company, a strong rival is only just behind – and it's not Google or Samsung.
Qumulo scale-out NAS software can now run on Dell EMC's PowerEdge servers. That means Dell EMC server customers can choose between Qumulo software and Dell EMC's Isilon.
The McAfee advanced threat research team has shown that a weak communications protocol can lead to a 'man-in-the-middle' attack that could be hazardous to a patient's health.
Microsoft has released a semi-annual Skype for Business update for on-premises users that includes several bug fixes and feature enhancements for the platform's Mac client.
While burnout, depression and PTSD can affect anyone, infosec mental health still doesn't often get the attention it deserves, but Black Hat 2018 attempted to change that.
The latest Dell EMC 100 GbE switch is an open system aimed at service providers and large enterprises. The Z9264F is a 2RU system, with 64 100 GbE ports. Pricing starts at $45,000.
A new survey by ABI Research indicates that manufacturers will move IIoT systems from public cloud to hybrid systems as more storage and processing can be done at the device level.
The burgeoning DevOps culture in Australia has attracted new market players and led major banks and telcos to embrace the movement to get development and operations teams working in unison
Imperva security researcher urges Google Chrome users to update to the latest version after discovering a vulnerability that could be exploited to uncover private data
Discount supermarket chain Lidl has spent millions on a SAP Hana system, and found it will need to spend even more to make it work
Forecasts of what will happen with worldwide spending on security over the next couple of years means those developing a MSSP approach should be in a strong position
Placing the supplier at the heart of the enterprise transition to multi-cloud environments seems to be paying off for Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins
The need for improved detection, response and privacy is driving the demand for security products and services in response to security risks, business needs and industry changes, Gartner reveals
HMRC’s Customs Declaration Service is now live, and a small group of importers can use the system to make ‘certain types of supplementary declarations’
Transatlantic airline claims teaming up with Exponential-e will provide its IT team with the "technology backbone" needed to roll out improvements to its customer-facing services
Recently established full-fibre broadband network builder BFN has ambitions to connect new-build homes to ultrafast services
The information that a lot of vendors have around rebate, MDF and marketing programmes is nowhere near as good as it should be
The vendor has shared a set of Q1 numbers that are much healthier than the ones it issued this time last year
The number of students taking and achieving grades in A-levels related to science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) is on the rise this year, giving the industry hope for the future
The US president has sparked speculation about US policy on launching cyber attacks by repealing Obama-era restraints, underlining the need for international rules on cyber warfare
The finalized TLS 1.3 update has been published after a four-year process. The new protocol promises to be faster and more secure than its predecessor, TLS 1.2.
Cisco revenues in the last quarter rose 6% as businesses took advantage of a strong economy to refresh networks and deploy new products.
A reporter's notebook from a recent MIT symposium provides insights on chief data officer needs, as the AI wave starts to hit CDOs and affects them more than most other tech trends.
The role of CIOs in shaping the technology buying decisions of marketers is being reinstated as more marketers realise the importance of integrating their services with IT systems
Southeast Asia has had pockets of success with DevOps, but most organisations across the region will need to overcome cultural and legacy challenges to succeed
Teenage “fan” who broke into Apple’s mainframe from his home in Melbourne is believed to have downloaded 90GB of secure files, but no customer data
Microsoft claims to have resolved a “subscription activation” issue that left Office 365 users unable to access its services yesterday
Cybersecurity Challenge UK plans to scale up its events and its role in coordinating UK industry efforts to attract talented people to the cyber security profession
The move by Shearwater Group for Brookcourt Solutions will bring the two security player together in a deal worth
Six tech giants have vowed to help healthcare interoperability efforts. It could be encouraging, or no help at all. Experts offer their predictions on the value.
Digital Marketplace tender document reveals the Home Office is on the hunt for an IT supplier to support its work in migrating core police IT systems from an on-premise datacentre to the AWS cloud
Alan Turing Institute and Digital Catapult will enable science and AI startups to work with researchers in the Data Study Groups
The integration of the AI voice assistants Alexa and Cortana combines Amazon's familiarity among consumers with Microsoft's adjacency to office productivity software.
New findings from Deloitte show CIOs are not evolving with the times. More than half are stuck in 'trusted operator' mode, which is quickly becoming obsolete.
Lucidworks said it wants to engage with various channel partner types in a bid to grow its Lucidworks Fusion business; other channel news from the week.
Industrial control systems hit the mainstream at Black Hat this year, with over two dozen program sessions tackling different angles of the subject. The takeaway: Vendors still aren't really trying.
News roundup: Intel disclosed L1TF vulnerabilities with similarities to Spectre, but with a focus on data. Plus, the NIST Small Business Cybersecurity Act is now a law, and more.
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