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  • Attacks on social networking sites up 70%

    Malware and spam attacks against users of social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter have increased by 70% in the past year, according to a report...


  • UK think-tank welcomes Tory cyber security plan

    The Conservative Party's Green Paper on national security demonstrates a growing understanding between politicians and businesses of the importance of cyber security issues, says the UK's Cyber Security Knowledge Transfer Network (CSKTN). 

  • Illegal downloads at work skyrocket, says ScanSafe

    Illegal software and music downloads on corporate networks have increased 55% in the past three months, according to web security firm ScanSafe. 

  • HSBC mainframe outage causes major HSBC network crash

    Customers of HSBC were left unable to use cash machines and online banking following an outage in the bank's mainframe computer.

    This is the second...


  • Five tips for implementing remote working

    Unified communications technology is helping many companies hit by absenteeism because of the snow-related travel chaos as suppliers report a surge in queries from businesses, according to IT consultancy NCC Group. 

  • Networks & telecoms trends to watch in 2010

    The single most important event in the UK telecommunications market in 2010 is likely to be the passing of the Digital Economy Bill. 

  • Top 10 stories in telecoms and networks 2009

    The Digital Britain report, broadband speeds, taxes and privacy have dominated the world of networks and telecoms this year… 

  • China steps up cyberwar, US commission warns

    China is escalating investment in cyber warfare capabilities that could target US computer networks, says a US government report. 

  • ISPs criticise government plans to store all comms data

    Internet service providers (ISPs) are unhappy with the government's plans to require them to store records of all e‑mail, social networking and web traffic.



  • Suppliers optimistic about 2010 outlook

    IT suppliers are cautiously optimistic about growth returning in 2010.

    Cisco CEO John Chambers is upbeat, despite sales sliding 13% and...