TechTarget News - Week of Sep 19, 2021

Pandemic continues to highlight importance of analytics

Organizations with successful analytics programs have weathered the economic crisis caused by the pandemic far better than those who have not prioritized BI, according to research.

Nutanix boosts data management services in the cloud

Nutanix is aiming to make it easier to manage, deploy and protect data and databases across hybrid and multicloud environments with a series of product updates.

Investigation launched after MoD email blunder

Exposure of PII on Afghan interpreters who worked with the UK may put hundreds at risk of Taliban reprisals

Forcepoint: Zero trust has to be about the data

Security firm Forcepoint’s Northern EMEA vice-president says that while the term ‘zero trust’ is overused, the need for the technology remains high

NHS App reaches 16 million users

Tool has seen a surge in uptake since the addition of the NHS Covid Pass in May

SCC founder awarded Legion d’honneur

Sir Peter Rigby given recognition for his business activities in France and his contribution to making the two countries stronger

More Salesforce-Slack integrations to come

Salesforce unveiled a total of 16 Slack integrations to its platform, some available now, and some to come next year, following the blockbuster acquisition.

Spanish police bust Mafia-linked phishing gang

A joint operation between European authorities has dismantled a cyber criminal gang with links to the Italian Mafia

Stax to expand in New Zealand, Southeast Asia

Australia’s homegrown cloud management platform is setting its sights on neighbouring markets amid growing cloud adoption across the region

BlackMatter gang ramps up attacks on multiple victims

A wave of new BlackMatter ransomware attacks is hitting organisations around the world, even as the US authorities mull new sanctions on ransom payment infrastructure

DBS eyes AI and blockchain talent

Singapore-based bank DBS is looking to hire 150 developers and engineers skilled in artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain through its hackathon programme

Deloitte AI Academy: A training ground for AI talent

The global consulting giant's new AI Academy will provide supplemental education that closes the gap between the knowledge of AI tools and domain experiences and applications.

Italian Mafia implicated in massive cybercrime network

A recent spate of phishing attacks and SMS fraud scams in Spain is being blamed on cybercriminals were operating from the Canary Islands with backing from the Italian mob.

Microsoft details 'OMIGOD' Azure vulnerability fixes, threats

Wiz researcher Nir Ohfeld, who is part of the discovery team for OMIGOD, said he "immediately knew" Microsoft's patches for the Azure vulnerabilities weren't going to work.

Recruiting AI systems under fire for excluding workers

AI recruiting tools focus on hiring efficiency rather than efficacy, according to an Accenture-Harvard Business School study. The U.N. believes AI is fostering human rights abuse.

Kioxia revisits SLC flash to power FL6 and rival Optane

SLC flash storage – mostly consigned to the ‘where is it now?’ pile – has been given a lease of life by Kioxia as capacity for rapid access storage-class memory applications

UK’s fastest 5G found outside south-east of England

Analyst’s update on UK next-generation network shows 5G not just spreading, but flourishing across the country in terms of speeds and availability

LTO tape capacity shipments dip, but expected to rise

The return of businesses to the office plus tape's protection against cyber attacks should help increase LTO shipments. In addition, LTO-9 recently launched with higher capacity.

Dell channel chief reflects on her first year

Rola Dagher has been in the hot seat since September 2020, leading Dell’s channel through a pandemic at a time when digital transformation continues to push changes at a customer level

UK government announces digital trade strategy

Five-point plan is aimed at improving ways to sell and deliver services digitally, making the sector more resilient to disruption

NGO Fair Trials calls on EU to ban predictive policing systems

The use of artificial intelligence to predict criminal behaviour should be banned because of its discriminatory outcomes and high risk of further entrenching existing inequalities, claims Fair Trials

ASEAN organisations face observability gap

Organisations in Southeast Asia are grappling with a hodgepodge of observability tools and have some way to go before they can achieve full visibility over their technology stacks

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