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Data breaches: Barclays and Santander most investigated lenders, ICO figures show

Data breaches: Barclays and Santander most investigated lenders, ICO figures show

Barclays was flagged the most times on a data breach "concern" list. The Department for Work and Pensions, HMRC, police departments and UK stores like Asda were also found likely to have breached the Data Protection Act during 2013. read more »


North Korea, Iran, Syria – asymmetric cyberwar is here to stay

Small nations have been attacking the US for years. Why has nobody noticed until now? read more »

Cyberattack on German steel factory causes 'massive damage'

The hack is one of the rare examples in which a digital attack caused physical damage read more »

Trojan program based on ZeuS targets 150 banks, can hijack webcams

The new Chthonic Trojan borrows features from ZeuS and several of its spinoffs, researchers from Kaspersky Lab said read more »

In 2015, EU aims to sweep away old rules on data protection and copyright

The Commision wants to break down national barriers to create what it calls a digital single market read more »

Staples says hack may have compromised 1 million-plus payment cards

The attack hit stores in 35 states from California to Connecticut read more »

COOK uses Christmas QlikView app to better plan meals inventory and customer demand

COOK's ready-meals and puddings are hand-prepared in its kitchen in Kent and sold through its shops and website. read more »

Government announces £6bn science and innovation strategy, includes keeping graduates off dole

The Science and Innovation Strategy sets out the government’s priorities for investment and support to 2021 read more »

Atos in £670m takeover of Xerox global outsourcing operations

Move will beef up Atos' presence in US read more »

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Dell: For Windows Server 2003, the end is closer than you'd think

Dell: For Windows Server 2003, the end is closer than you'd think

Next July, Microsoft will cease supporting Windows Server 2003, giving businesses a chance to modernize their IT architecture read more »

IBM detects skin cancer more quickly with visual machine learning

Cognitive computing could improve the ability to spot melanoma early on read more »

UK smart meter rollout faces more delays

Energy suppliers' legacy billing systems and customer platforms will be an obstacle, report finds read more »

IT and end users are far apart on critical data access

Too much security complacency in the IT department read more »

Salesforce introduces custom AppExchange storefronts

Salesforce today is introducing the AppExchange Store Builder, an easy way for customers to roll out a customised app store. read more »

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The 'grinch' isn't a Linux vulnerability, Red Hat says

The way Linux handles user permissions could still lead to potential misuse, security researchers say

Basildon and Thurrock NHS digitises half a million patient records

Trust reaches end of four-year, £7 million transition from paper warehouse to electronic case notes

Operators pledge to cut mobile ‘black spots’ by two-thirds by 2017

However existing scheme to ensure basic coverage everywhere by March 2015 delayed for at least a year

IBM detects skin cancer more quickly with visual machine learning

Cognitive computing could improve the ability to spot melanoma early on

Cloud provider pits 6TB hard drives in real-world face off

Cloud service provider Backblaze has published data comparing the performance of two of the leading providers of high-capacity hard drives.

IBM pushes hard into the enterprise cloud

IBM is building out its global computing network for the enterprise cloud market and announced that it is adding cloud centers in 11 new locations.

The party's over for Microsoft CEO Nadella

The honeymoon period didn't last long

Forrester: CIO and CMO must work together or risk losing market share

Collaboration will be key to increase customer focus next year

Ofcom fended off 1,600 cyberattacks in two months, FoI request reveals

SQL injection attacks a running sore

Parliament appoints Royal Opera House CTO to lead new digital service

Rob Greig to take up £110k post at newly-created ‘Parliamentary Digital Service’ in April

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