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Wednesday May 8, 2019. 06:15 PM
French telco's cyber arm consumes second infosec specialist of 2019 Orange has snaffled Belgium-based security services outfit SecureLink for a whopping enterprise buy price of €515m.…
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Who will rid us of this costly mess? Um, the private sector, mumbles Cabinet Office UK.gov still has 'no meaningful' blueprint on how the disastrous Verify programme will be propped up when the public sector pulls funding in 2020, according to an influential Parliamentary...
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Buddies up with Microsoft to stir a bit of Azure into the mix The Red Hatters continued flinging out new products today with the announcement of OpenShift 4, ushering in automation, autoscaling and, er, Azure Functions.…
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This gov idiocy is making the UK a less safe place to go online Opinion A startup is claiming to have signed age verification contracts with a host of smut site operators – and is hoping 40 per cent of Britons will display their privates to it in July.…
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'Into a club-worthy Ibiza anthem,' apparently Clearly not sated by his weird collab with Icelandic muso goblin Björk a few years back, renowned telly zoologist and Britain's dad Sir David Attenborough is showing the world that, at the age of 93, it's never too late to drop...
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And after that he's having tea with an archbishop. No, really America’s foreign secretary is to deliver a telling-off to the UK over the British government’s decision to maintain the Huawei status quo for 5G networks, according to reports.…
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Microsoft software-targeting malware gets commands from code hidden in attachments A recently uncovered malware infection uses the basic functions of Microsoft's Exchange Server to remotely monitor and control computer systems.…
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US case's star witness takes stand in London Autonomy Trial Autonomy's former US head of sales testified to London's High Court how he took part in a secret US grand jury legal hearing against British software firm Autonomy's chief financial officer.…
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Into the eternal darkness, into fire and into ice... aka York Mild exaggeration is a time-honoured tradition for disgusted Brits whingeing to their local newspapers about everything under the Sun.…
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Perv messed with the wrong woman – an IT security bod An Airbnb 'superhost' has been arrested and jailed after a guest discovered a camera hidden inside an internet router placed in the bedroom.…
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Accountancy SaaS CCH falls over, thanks to nasty infection A global software-as-a-service platform catering to accountants is in damage control mode after a malware infection knocked its services offline.…
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Pair cuffed in Israel Updated The administrators of a news website dedicated to the dark web have been arrested by the FBI and cops in Israel on suspicion of receiving commission for directing readers to a Tor-hidden souk that sold drugs and weapons.…
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AI. Privacy. AI. Privacy. AI. Privacy. AI. Priva... Google I/O Google on Tuesday gathered developers to the open air Shoreline Amphitheater beside its Mountain View, California, headquarters to witness and applaud its latest technological marvels amid natural splendor.…
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Foot dragging causing real harm to Americans caught up in scams No less than 42 US state attorneys general have warned that the epidemic of robocalls sweeping the nation is causing serious harm to ordinary Americans.…
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Tuesday May 7, 2019. 10:34 PM
Self-driving cars are gonna need a decent amount of internal networking Chip designer Marvell is hoping to boost its multi-gig Ethernet business by acquiring American competitor Aquantia, primarily known for high-speed transceivers.…
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Or so claims Symantec Months before top-tier hacking tools, likely built by the NSA, were leaked to the public by a group calling itself the Shadow Brokers, the exploit code was apparently being used by Chinese state hackers to infiltrate systems.…
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Not all documents are created, er, stored equal Cloudy storage provider Dropbox has enhanced its bit barns with a tiered storage architecture that divides the contents of the platform into frequently accessed 'warm' data and 'cold' data, with the latter less likely to be...
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But revenues for Q1 2019 flat as a pancake Virgin Media has so far managed just 1.7 million Lightning connections, nearly halfway to its original stated aim of connecting 4 million premises by the end of 2019 to speeds of 300Mbps.…
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Tech salaries up almost 2 per cent in 2018 Average salaries for tech jobs advertised in the UK are up 1.7 per cent compared to last year, according to jobs-board botherers at Reed Technology.…
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Alibaba, Azure and more used for badness, warns infosec biz Spammers are increasingly turning to common file-sharing and object storage services such as Google Drive and Microsoft Azure, in an attempt to evade ever-better corporate filters.…
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