Welcome to this week's Computer Geekly Weekly IT news round-up video. This video picks the must know tech stories from the past week and serves them up with a twist.
This week's stories include details about Google's olive branch to publishers in which the online giant offers to only allow users access to five free stories a day; a NHS Trust's patient records end up in packaging; and Wikipedia ordered to reveal a
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Google is the latest of the tech giants hiring Wall Street hotshots. The CIO lesson? Partner with your CFO if you want to get ahead. Also in Searchlight: Facebook turns Messenger into an ecosystem; Twitter faces a gender bias lawsuit.
News roundup: The ban of "booth babes" at RSA Conference 2015 has been met with praise; does it equal an increase of women in infosec? Plus: Cyberthreat data-sharing bill advances; Flash flaw exploited days after patching; new twist on Google Play app vetting.
Social engineering techniques have become increasingly sophisticated as more personal and corporate data is shared on the Internet, and traditional training techniques may not be enough to keep enterprises safe.