Data security News
Names, postal and email addresses and payment card data may have been exposed read more »
Local and central government officials given data training 'vouchers' to push open data agenda read more »
IT administrators can track information as it is being stored - improving governance, security and opening new revenue streams, says DataGravity read more »
Serco and G4S lost the contract after overcharging scandal read more »
Annual employee training sessions did not stop all attacks read more »
A study of 48,000 Chrome extensions uncovers ad fraud, data theft and other misdeeds read more »more news ..
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Data security In Depth
Simplicity is key at the front and the back-end, writes Oracle's mobile strategy VP read more »
Business analysis and online crime read more »
Older versions of the browser already contain fewer bugs than newer editions like IE11, analysis shows read more »
Shadow Cabinet Office minister believes that the government needs to take ownership of its contradictory data policies read more »
Business intelligence experts and business leaders discuss common mistakes companies make when selecting and implementing a BI solution read more »
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Data security Slideshows
As the holiday period ends, it's a good time for your IT organisation to undertake some of those long put-off tasks. Here are tips from four CIOs and CTOs for cleaning up your IT environment. read more »
Some of these technology innovations sound like science fiction, but they may land in your data centre sooner than you'd imagine read more »
Hacked planes. Unstoppable, utterly malicious flash drives. Hotel automation gone crazy. These are the 10 most terrifying security stories out of the premier hacker and security conferences in Las Vegas. read more »
From mobile phones and cars to IPv6, security researchers have turned their skills against a world of technology read more »more slideshows ..