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  • April 08, 2020 08 Apr'20

    Coronavirus: McAfee unearths dark web blood bank

    Cyber criminals are selling fake goods and running scams on online marketplaces during the Covid-19 pandemic. Don’t be taken in

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  • April 08, 2020 08 Apr'20

    What next for subpostmasters’ miscarriage of justice appeals?

    Computer Weekly looks at the next stages in the process to clear the names of subpostmasters wrongly prosecuted for the crimes of theft and false accounting

  • April 08, 2020 08 Apr'20

    Coronavirus threats ramp up as more hospitals come under attack

    The Covid-19 Cyber Threat Coalition finds the majority of security pros have been targeted by cyber criminals exploiting the coronavirus pandemic, and adds to warnings of increased activity targeting the health sector

  • April 08, 2020 08 Apr'20

    Samsung, AWS claim world’s first mission-critical comms video call

    MCPTX solution powered by leading cloud platform said to enable first responders to accurately assess vital moments using voice, data and video calls

  • April 08, 2020 08 Apr'20

    The growing stature of open source in APAC

    From being users of open source software to contributing their own codes to the community, enterprises in Asia-Pacific are becoming active participants in the open source ecosystem

  • April 08, 2020 08 Apr'20

    Cellwize aims for 5G network efficiency high note with Chime

    Cloud-based open RAN automation platform claimed to bring required flexibility and speed to accelerate 5G networks development